My husband and I have been there for breakfast four times in the last month. The menu is unique, not your usual eggs, sausage and grits. Some of the highlights of our visits include rum raisin bread pudding french toast, Polish eggs Benedict, farina cakes, crepes, and a glorious frittata with corned beef, cabbage, and a light mustard cream sauce for St. Patrick's Day. After breakfast be sure to take home a few of the best coconut macaroons you've ever eaten. Additionally, Maggie with her lovely smile is a very gracious and welcoming hostess.
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