We had a family brunch here, and I enjoyed it very much. The service was friendly and helpful and the restaurant is slightly upscale but kid friendly - and there were lots of kids. The prices were "nice brunch" level but not unreasonable. The coffee was good and plentiful, and the brunch entrees were imaginative and delicious. I split my dish with my sister. Together we shared the cheesy polenta with poached eggs and bacon, and the eggs on a croissant with caramelized onions in a red wine reduction. The next day I had breakfast with my dad at Shari's. Petite Provence is only a little more expensive, but about three times as good. (I'm sure the proprietor is reading this and horrified to be mentioned in the same breath as Shari's, but my point is that you can pay an average price for an average meal at a chain restaurant, or you can pay a little more for a MUCH better meal here.)
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