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I waited and hour and 20 minutes to be served a hotdog on a biscuit. While a hotdog may technically be a sausage, this is a fat cry from what was expected. It’s disgraceful to serve three other tables that sat down after you (parties...More
We loved it! Although I am a vegetarian and didn't have as many options as a non-vegetarian, I loved the veggie omelet with the french toast "that doesn't need syrup". My husband had the wild salmon breakfast plate and raved and raved about it. You...More
This was the best breakfast of our trip, maybe best breakfast ever. We had to wait a long time for a seat and also for the food but we did go on a busy Saturday morning. But the wait was well worth it. We ordered...More
The food here was absolutely delicious! On recommendation of another review I had the crab stew with grits, eggs and toast. Can’t go wrong here. I only tasted grits once in the past and didn’t like them but decided to try again. They were delicious!...More
Very cool hole in the wall, away from the tourist trail. Super friendly owner. Good prices and hearty portions. The crab stew over grits is truly delicious and a nice variation on breakfast. Biscuits are fluffy and fresh. I would have given 5 stars but...More
This place is unassuming from the outside. Upon entry you are greeted by a small space split between dining room and kitchen. They make use of all available space and crank out OUTSTANDING food. The biscuits are fluffy and perfect. The sausage gravy is unlike...More