The good: The restaurant works hard to maintain the "farmer" theme, A rustic feel and smartly appointed, the décor is a perfect fit, even down to the tiny milk cans used for the coffee creamer and the wooden clip boards used for your check. The menu offers several unique and interesting choices for breakfast and lunch.
The bad: The prices are way too expensive for what you get. I went there with my wife and daughter and spent almost $40 for a light breakfast. We would have spend under $25 at Stonebridge and we would have gotten better food and service. Both my wife's eggs and mine were overcooked and dry as a bone. The toast was delicious, but cold by the time it reached our table. Most of the servers are extremely nice but seem inexperienced and slow to serve meals and refill coffee. For some peculiar reason, the have Equal but no Sweet & Low. They also don't offer American cheese or Swiss cheese (which we like), opting for more exotic choices.
Bottom line: It's nice to have a restaurant like this in Easton but not at these prices, average food quality and mediocre service, we'll wait to go back until these issues get fixed.
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