I've driven past this quaint little restaurant hundreds of times, and yesterday when my sister told me that it's her favorite place for breakfast, I had to try it. And I'm very glad I did.
The restaurant is a little bit hard to find - the buildings across the street tend to draw your attention. It's a small place, but oh so quaint.
I was greeted with a warm smile, and sat at the counter. The waitress came up to me, sat down, and started to chat. She must have known that I wasn't a "regular." And that's what all the waitresses do - the come up to your table, sit next to you or crouch down to eye level, and chat with you like you're an old friend! I see where t he restaurant gets its name!
Chit-Chat only serves breakfast and lunch. They're open Tuesday through Saturday at 7:00, and close at 1:00 pm (11:30 am Saturdays). They bake their own breads, muffins, and mini-pies (little pies perfect for two!) daily.
They have omelets, frittatas, breakfast wraps, pancakes, waffles, a daily quiche, and other daily specials. I ordered the Hash & Eggs with wheat toast and it was excellent! Yes the corned beef hash was the canned variety, but they doctored it up with some secret seasonings. The eggs were cooked perfectly - over medium - and that's hard to do. The wheat toast was thick and buttery. I noticed some other meals being served and they looked wonderful. Guests commented how delicious everything tasted. Prices seemed a little high for breakfast fare, but it was worth it.
Chit Chat is also a gift shop, scattered with unique cards, local tastings like honey and mustard, and other unusual items.
I recommend this restaurant highly! I've found a new place favorite place for breakfast.