We chose The Corner Kitchen for breakfast after it was recommended by the manager of our hotel. We were not disappointed. Located in a charming house on a tree-lined street, it was a breath of fresh air. Although the restaurant was mostly full around 10:00am on a Monday morning, we were seated immediately. The pecan-crusted trout with eggs, roasted asparagus and grits was delicious and the portion size was generous, serving as both breakfast and lunch. My husband had the special, balsamic eggs, a creative if slightly strange offering. The decor is decidedly and intentionally eclectic, leaning toward shabby chic. Service was attentive and friendly.