Tried this cozy place with friends for brunch on New Year's Day. It was busy but not insanely so. The food is great - fresh ingredients and well prepared (nothing was greasy - which can be hit and miss with breakfast cafes sometimes). Food was affordable and portion sizes plentiful. Very neighborhood-y feel to it. The service was poor; we sat for at least 15 to 20 minutes before anyone brought us menus and another 30+ before we managed to flag someone down to take our order. Good simple eats - but apparently one needs to be assertive and track someone down if you want to actually order something.
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