For me, it's rare to find a restaurant that combines food and art. Usually, you would have to pay a lot of money at a five star restaurant. My sister who lives here took me to this restaurant. We came as the restaurant was closing- It closed at 130pm. This restaurant is a breakfast and brunch restaurant, unfortunately. My waitress recommended the sweet and savory special. This special had a pancake with a wonderfully cooked and cut pork round with sunny-side up egg on top. When it came out, I had to take a moment to appreciate the beauty of this dish. I came close to not eating it because it looked so beautiful. Fortunately, I didn't make that mistake and took my first bite. Wowza! The combination of the savory pork and egg with the sweetness of the pancake and syrup was sublime. The pork was juicy and tender; the egg was the perfect taste and the pancake was fluffy. Not only did my eyes get to enjoy the beautiful of this dish but my mouth as well. This place has great outdoor seating with a nice view of the mountains. It made eating here on Sunday's pleasant. The food is pricy, but most of the restaurant in Ashland are pricy when the city's tourism pick up in June. Even so, this place is worth it and is not a tourist trap of the city. Worth checking out!