The coffee is incredibly good (Intelligentsia). I would come here just for that. The service is also outstanding. I have been to Egg Harbor about half a dozen times, and everyone I take there agrees that someone has trained the waitstaff very well. Even when things are busy, you never feel neglected or forgotten--and they know how to address a wide range of customers, from toddlers to octogenarians without sounding condescending. If somebody spills something, it's treated as the most natural thing in the world--not an inconvenience. To be honest, the food is not brilliant--don't expect Michelin stars, but it's a solid bet and certainly much better than the Flying Biscuit and similar chain offerings. Plus the menu is varied enough to accommodate a wide range of tastes from a health nut to a sweet tooth. The restaurant is very well maintained and very clean. I also love that the owners did not simply try to cram as many tables as they possibly could into the space but left a little bit of breathing room between them to make customers more comfortable--some of the newer ATL restaurants are starting to make me feel claustrophobic--sacrificing client comfort to greed--but not Egg Harbor. In short: I'm a huge fan.
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