Wow, all I have to say is wow. We went here on a Monday around 11:45AM (right after JazzFest) and had been paddleboarding in the canal that morning--we were starving!
When we arrived (park in the dirt lot across the street, plenty of room), there were about 7-8 groups (2-4 people) waiting to be seated and were concerned, however they said a 15 minute wait and it was less!
When we got inside, it is very acyclic and funky--not a dive just unique. Prices were good between $9-15 for Brunch, there were three of us and we ordered The Crabby Eggs (Special--Crab Cakes with Poached Eggs & Hollandaise w/Grits $14), Eggs Aubergeine (Special--Fried Eggplant, poached eggs and a Mushroom Gravy w/Grits $14) and Shrimp with Tasso (Omelete with Shrimp and Tasso-cured meat, with Onions, Cheese & Hashbrowns $11), plus a side of Praline Bacon ($6). Wow, all of our meals were incredible--the Crabby Eggs were a bit smaller, but definitely filling and delicious, I would HIGHLY recommend the Eggs Aubergeine, eggplant can be finicky and this was INCREDIBLE, the eggplant was lightly breaded and pan fried, perfect moisture and texture. Praline Bacon (house speciality) one side order was MORE than enough for the three of us, very sweet and unique flavor--worth trying.
Service inside was a bit slow and they did mess up our receipt, but were friendly and quick to resolve without any fuss--everybody makes mistakes.
Would highly recommend and will be going back!
Note: They had later hours for JazzFest
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