Not sure it lives up to its namesake. I eat breakfast there once a week as it's where my service club holds its meetings. The meal can be hit and miss. Often, the potatoes are cold as well as the eggs. The wheat toast is dry so I order an English muffin, which is often under toasted. The Hollandaise sauce is way to salty and the poached eggs are often hard boiled. I'd stick with French toast.
However, their sandwiches are outstanding. If you go for lunch, both the BLT and the Rueben are stacked a mile high. Their bacon is thick and crispy, and their toast is perfect when you have sauces, mayo, or cheese working together. Their staff is also very friendly.
They are located in historic downtown Littleton, so if you are shopping antiques on Main Street, it's a good place for lunch.
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