This was a Sunday brunch for 4 - restaurant was not (yet) crowded, we all sat in a nice booth by the window and service was cheerful, with constant replenishment of ice tea and soft drinks. With tax and tip, everything came out to $20 per person. I ordered the "Hearty Omelet" with caramelized onions and a little salad/relish on the side: attractive presentation, but this was an "Egg Beaters" omelet poured out of a box into a form, so it came looking like airline food. Why do tit this way when it is so easy to do a really good omelet? Another person had the burger, which they reported as good, but not great. Seems like they have all the elements here (good space, good location, etc) but they need to make sure that what comes out of that kitchen really has a little flair and inventiveness, not just a short order cook's version.
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