My friend lives around the corner from Eats so i ate here three times during a recent visit.
I loved the spicy tomato skillet. It felt hearty and nutritious and is served with toast. It's served in a small cast iron skillet so it stays hot until you're finished.
The huervo rancheros were also very good but ask for your eggs to be prepared over medium otherwise the dish gets a little too wet. The eggs and beans are served on a crispy flour tortilla.
The spinach and mushroom benedict is nothing to write home about. It's a lot of food and could easily satisfy two people...but why bother when there are yummier things on the menu?
They only accept cash so be prepared. We only had to wait for about 15 minutes once. The other days we were seated immediately. My friend said on the weekends the wait can last an hour or so.