Rendezvous'd here with my long-lost 1981 wedding maid of honor and her husband, while traveling from Austin and attending a DC sales convention in nearby National Harbor, MD. Cold. The day was cold and crisp but sunny, so this Sunday afternoon brunch spot had the qualities of being warm and noisy yet friendly and 'alive'. Initially, we had friendly, attentive waitstaff table service but I would have enjoyed a more immediate pouring of hot coffee & cream on this rather cold early afternoon, while perusing their brunch menu. Coffee was only served to us 5 after we had placed our brunch orders...Two of us ordered the Banana Café Eggs Benedict; one ordered the Breakfast Waffles with banana syrup, strawberries, & bacon. Another guest ordered the Huevos Rancheros, served with fried breakfast potatoes; and the 5th person in our party ordered the Breakfast Quesadilla, a "twisted quesadilla" w/ scrambled eggs, cheese & bacon, served w/ guacamole, sour cream & pico de gallo. My only complaint was the fact that I had specifically asked the waiter for "hard cooked eggs" for my Eggs Benedict order, and the eggs arrived yellow and runny. I sent them back to the kitchen, and 15 minutes later, I received my breakfast item. Needless to say, I was the last one who finished eating brunch...We 5 enjoyed our brunch with fun, lengthy chatting after many years of not seeing each other. The restaurant provided a cheerful, fervent atmosphere for our breakfast meals, and an engaging, casual "reunion gathering" for us after so many years.
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