Although this place is not quite the "french bistro" they market and aspire to, their decor and menu is more sophisticated than other familiar breakfast haunts (IHOP, Perkins, etc.). We had a late brunch on a Sunday morning and were seated fairly promptly (once the hostess finally discovered there was a large group of people waiting in the lobby). I appreciated the lighter-fare options (I ordered the egg whites frittata with asparagus, tomatoes and feta) and the baked goods (muffin and cinnamon brioche french toast) were pretty fresh and well-made for mass-produced items. While it's certainly a far cry from breakfast in a Parisian cafe, I would choose this place for a quick brunch again.
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