I was meeting with an elderly friend who wasn't up to eating, and so I ordered a meal for myself as well as an orange juice to go which came to almost $15. When I conveyed this to the waitress, she rolled her eyes at...More
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Little busy with one nice, but slightly confused server, but kitchen was fast and food was good. B&G (called How The West Was Won here) was meaty and tasty. My wife liked her French Toast, good and fruit covered, but not best ever.
This is a cute place VERY convenient to the Art Museum and Library, but I just wasn't that impressed. Although the blueberry muffins were the best I have tasted in 60+ years, my spinach omelet was just so-so. And although our waitress was pleasant and...More
This restaurant was a quick walk from the art museum so perfectly located when we were hungry for lunch. They offer many breakfast dishes and some sandwiches and salads. We ordered a club sandwich, turkey sandwich, biscuits and gravy and BLT. Each came with a...More
The food and the coffee here is great. Everything is fresh and pretty yummy. If they still have the scones, get one. I like to share it cuz it is packed full of calories.
I stopped here for lunch since I was in the area and I'm glad I did. It wasn't overly busy so I was quickly seated. My order was taken within a few minutes and my meal came out shortly after. I ordered the Colorado Cordon...More
Good breakfast with fair prices Menue is very big there was a nice waitress! I enjoyed that there are also some tables to sit outside
Cute, modest place, clean, and nice staff, but the wife and I both got poisoned from eggs benedicts. We tried to report the same day but were brushed-off. If they had taken us seriously I wouldn't be writing this review! P.S. the pineapple was served...More
I'm sad to hear that you were so ill. I understand why it seems likely that our food caused your illness since you became ill, only hours after eating at Dozens. Thank you for responding. I apologize that the person on duty wasn't able to...More