My daughter, my son-in-law and I decided to try Brother Juniper's for brunch recently. It is located in an older house with a very inviting outdoor seating area complete with lots of greenery and flowers.
It was pretty crowded when we arrived and we were told it would be a 40 minute wait. However, to our delight, we only waited about 10 minutes. I ordered the yogurt with homemade granola and blueberries and added a raisin muffin, the bakery item for the day. The granola was on the bottom of the dish and was not quite as tasty as I hoped. I would advise putting some granola on the bottom and the remainder on the top. The raisin muffin, however, was delicious.
My son-in-law opted for the desperado open-faced omelet. I must admit, I like the concept of an open-faced omelet and it was presented beautifully. My daughter chose the Greek omelet. Both said that they were pleased with their choices and our service was very good.
Brother Juniper was an actual friar in the 13th century and was one of the original followers of Saint Francis of Assisi. He was most well known for cutting off the feet of a local farmer's pig so that he could feed them to a sick man who was craving them. The farmer was not too happy about it until he talked to Brother Juniper and the Brother was so enthusiastic in telling the story of helping the ill man that the farmer donated the pig to feed others. I didn't note any pig's feet on the menu.
I think I probably made a poor selection and would try this place again. However, I don't think I will order a pigs feet omelet.
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