We went on a Saturday morning in October. It was really crowded, but a table opened up quickly. There was a bit of a wait to place our order and then it took longer than we hoped for our food to come out - but it certainly wasn't because the staff wasn't trying. They were all running around, working hard (including the owners). It looked to me like maybe that kind of crowd was unexpected that late in the season (I think the exceptionally nice weather brought more people up north than usual for that time of year) so they weren't staffed that morning to handle it all. But they checked on our order and told us the status without us even asking. In the end, the food was really good (not the cheapest, but very good) and we were happy with breakfast, even if we got on the road later than we wanted. I can see why it's so popular and I"m sure we'll back on our next trip up north.
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