We went for the brunch after church since we were in the area. They mostly take reservations for brunch, but they had room for us at the last available table. The quiche of the day (crab and red pepper) was perfectly prepared and not dry, with a very good crust. The Crab Cakes Benedict were equally fresh and tasty--mostly crab and not binder. You won't be disappointed in the food, but the restaurant is small and well known, so you may want to reserve ahead.
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