Went here with my aunt to meet a couple of her friends for brunch as we toured the city.
First impression was that it was a slightly odd combination of modern-hipster and old-fashioned club, between the flower dress and headband on the hostess, and then the servers in their formal uniforms occasionally interrupted by a waitress wearing a flower crown. Whatever works I guess.
The waitress was very nice, and gave some great suggestions to our party for different drinks for those that wanted something with their brunch.
I had their quiche of the day, which was an absolutely humongous slice of leek, bacon, gruyere quiche. It might just be what I'm used to portion size, which is normally a little miniature quiche, but not something of this scale. It came with a small salad with a nice vinaigrette. All was great, but didn't finish the quiche, for obvious reasons.
Overall a very nice meal, though nothing extraordinary. In the future I might try one of their lunch options, as they looked a little more interesting.
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