I read multiple reviews not knowing what to expect, and was pleasantly surprised, since it seems like there have been many bad experiences. I ordered the French toast and it was custardy, and melted in your mouth. The hashbrowns accompanying the meal, was made with real potatoes and was more mushy vs. crisp. The fruit consisted of a half banana and a few grapes and a slice of apple. Not gourmet but not horrible.
My guest had the eggs Benedict with dun genesis crab and finished everything. It was above par.
Pros: good food, reasonable prices for the area, (a surprise if you googled them, all items start around $10), good service, I was greeted immediately when I entered the restaurant. They checked in in me several times, and seemed genuinely happy to see me.
Cons: because of the size, the stairs to the upstairs was narrow, and the restaurant was very warm and humid. You also have to rely on street parking that is limited to an hour, an issue if you are there on a busy day. You can tell this building and facility was older, and could probably use so,e renovating.
I was pleased with my experience and would recommend this place and visit again. I prefer to visit and spend my dollars at local restaurants for breakfast than chains.
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