This is a really interesting place. It's a basic, no frills place, decorated with a shelf around the top of the room that was lined with all sorts of old toy trucks. You are really eating with the locals here, and we like that.
We had breakfast there on Sunday morning after parents weekend at UA. Our son had the pancakes which were huge and tasty, along with an order of hash browns and bacon, which looked really yummy. My husband and I chose the buffet. It was okay. There were two choices of scrambled eggs, one straight up, and the other with peppers, onion and cheese. I chose the latter, and for buffet eggs they were good. Also, offered bacon, sausage, and pork chops, along with biscuits, muffins, and french toast sticks (looked like the basic frozen kind). They had several types of fruits, some fresh, and some looked canned or frozen in syrup. A couple of really strange things also. Bananas drizzled in chocolate syrup and basic store bought chocolate and powdered sugar bite size donuts. I can honestly say I've never seen that on a buffet before.
The staff was very friendly and attentive, even though the place was packed. Our cups never got more than half way empty before coffee was refilled. We may go back, but next time I'll order off the menu.
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