Made a reservation for Sunday brunch. As many have indicated, this place can be hard to get into on certain days and w/o a reservation. It was "bustling" on the morning that we visited, and we were seated at a table for two that felt almost squeezed between other tables (and a bar) on all sides. The setting is casual, and the prices were not too high for quantity and quality. One of the items that I tried was the corned beef hash, which consisted of drier, larger chunks of beef and potato than I have found used in the same dish at other places. Everything seemed fresh and tasted good. I would being interested in returning to try other menu items for all three meals of the day. On busy days, do not count on being able to park very close to the restaurant.
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