Ate w 3 friends, omelets over cooked but pancakes, sausage and McRick all good. Homemade jam a nice touch with home style bread. Unique atmosphere as it is an old small house opened up inside.
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Okay...this is a very small, very crowded place. The outside is uninviting and needs work. Inside really not much better. Found the wait staff to be less than friendly. To many other places to pick from. The food was okay. I will say, they must...More
Limited hours make this restaurant very busy, but the food is all fresh an home cooked. The owners make all the breads and pies. Very cozy and like eating at home.
Lillte family hous turned into a breakfast joint. Service slow but food was fantastic. I had their breakfast sandwich called the micRick! It was great. I will defently go back. Open for breakfast only
Fisher's is the best kept secret in town as most folks don't know about it. It's tight seating, but the food is yummy and the service is friendly.
We were warned that we might have to wait for a table but several seats were open immediately. Excellent food, service and value. Will seek out this place again in the future.
I went late (11) on a Sunday - there was a small line out the door of this small converted house. A very local place - simple tables and service - they just want to get the food out to enjoy. I was told it's...More
So, decided to give this place a try as it was rated highly by yelp and tripadvisor.. Got here around 10, no wait for seating..good start.. Waited on the waiter who bypassed us twice, despite my loud shirt, or maybe because of it :).. Not...More
My husband and I eat out a lot. We live trying local places and fare. We found this place and decided to try it for breakfast one Saturday. The rating was very good so we were in! When we arrived, the entrance wasn't clearly marked....More
No need for another review. We try to find these gems whenever we travel. Did not know it was here, but we drove past this old ranch house with a parking lot and cars parked along the road. So we looked and saw that it...More