After a couple of just ok dinner experiences - mainly due to service issues - we decided to give Sunday brunch a try. We were the first ones there when they opened at 10:00, and we were still the only ones there when we left. Maybe that's why we had great service? Whatever the reason, I'll take it!
I've always loved the atmosphere - exposed brick, black and caramel booths/tables, cozy feel. For brunch, we were greeted with warm scones and hoisenberry jam. YUM. I got the marscapone and blueberry french toast ($12). I don't normally like a mouthful of whole blueberries, but these were warm and delicious, and the marscapone gave it just enough creaminess. I almost didn't even need the maple syrup. My fella got the eggs benedict ($12) and loved that the poached eggs weren't runny. It also came with prosciutto instead of canadian bacon, which was a neat twist, but they were a little stingy on the meat. I also need to give the coffee a special award; it was rich and delicious. Then again, it oughta be for $3.50.
I also need to point out the fantastic soundtrack. It's a nice start to the day to listen to Pink Floyd, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Cash and The Allman Brothers. We'll definitely give dinner another chance soon and hope it lives up to brunch.
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