After eating the complimentary hotel breakfasts all week, we decided to treat ourselves at Goose Feathers. The breakfast is very good. I recommend the "Bird's nest," which is a bed of grits covered in melted Vermont white cheddar and a good helping of salsa in the middle and then topped with a couple of poached eggs. Even better is the service. We were sitting outside, so I went inside in search of napkins. Everywhere you look, there is wait staff either delivering orders to tables or pre-clearing tables. I saw the management speaking to customers, asking how everything was and actually listening to thei answers! During my napkin search, I actually spoke to one of the managers or maybe one of the owners. I learned that Goose Feathers has been there for 28 years. All of their pastries, muffins, etc. are homemade there. I also learned that they tour France a few years back to learn more about croissant and pastry making. And, I found out that we came at a good time as there were only a few people in line, whereas there is usually a line out the door, which we saw while we were eating. Definitely worth the trip, but I'd suggest going on a weekday when the lines are shorter and the diners are in more of a hurry to eat and go.