Black-Eyed Susan's was recommended as a must-see breakfast on the island, and we were not at all disappointed in our visit there. Sitting in a window seat, watching a down-pour outside, we enjoyed a deliciously prepared breakfast, good coffee, and tales of island life via our charming waiter. Service workers and tourists alike frequented this eatery which offered comfort food and authentic ambiance that was well appreciated.
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