This restaurant is in the Weatherford Hotel, a historic building, with high ceilings and handsomely restored. The service was excellent, and friendly, albeit the food was a bit slow in coming out of the kitchen that particular morning. It was worth the wait! Everyone's plate was scrumptious, and my hollandaise sauce atop the eggs benedict did not disappoint. I got a twinge of entry envy gazing at my daughter-in-laws ranchero breakfast platter. They offer a nice tradition to start your morning, or brunch, meal - complimentary fresh peaches and cream. Even the coffee was robust and bottomless.
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