I live close by and have eaten here at least six times since the fall of 2009.
I like their coffee and the hash browns are just ok - but thats just me.
The place is always busy and you can expect to wait on weekends, unless you get there before 9. The restaurant is laid back and has a funky, fun feel to it. Come as you are. There is some music in the air (Jazz, Jamband, new age...) but its covered by all the chatting between chewing. The very friendly, hard working staff keeps the coffee flowing (free refills), the eggs crackin' and the french toast flipping.
The food is always good and they have some unique omelet options.
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