Walking by at first you might not think much of it but once you look inside you will be pleasantly surprised. Not a large place but very cozy and the decor is warm especially if you like wood and subway tile.
We came looking for a brunch place and TripA gave this place a lot of reviews and a 4.
The greeting was warm and friendly. We got there early enough so we didn't have a wait.
The menu covered all the usual brunch things. I went for the eponymously named Corned beef Hash and Red Eye gravy. It was very good and not your typical has. Large chunks of meet rather than the usual shredded beef. The gravy was rich with a tiny bit of kick.
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