The restaurant was good for a school group. It was a convenient way to feed the kids in lieu of a continental breakfast. However, for $15, the kids were not even given an option so everyday they had to eat eggs, pancakes, and bacon or sausage. It was OK, but with so many really good options for breakfast so close, I would not repeat it for smaller groups.
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