I don't know that I would go along with a previous Reviewer who stated that it was the best breakfast ever, but this is a quaint little place for a light, but definitely not serious meal. The building has a bit of character with some interestining murals painted on them. Tables and furniture are definitely rustic (read old) and add to the atmosphere even though some are a little hard.
Our breakfast order got mixed up and the young lady serving offered us some complimentary scones to have while we waited and they were delicious. The waffles and french toast was also satisfactory. As I said above, good for a light meal or Coffee and Cake. Note, I believe it is closed Saturdays.
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