Nice local place with full menu, good fresh breads and large portions. Real maple syrup also available. No lattes or fancy coffee; just good drip.
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Small. Crowded. No frills. Food good. But the fun is the banter. It's a show really. It's like every Ben Affleck Boston-accent-laden movie ever made. A 'wicked-pissa' there and a 'more syrup dahlin' there. Wait times vary. Best to get there early -- especially on...More
A quaint but divey local breakfast restaurant not far from the water or the train station. A popular and busy spot for locals it is quiet enough to carry a conversation. Good, simple food and coffee. Their bread selection is large and made in house....More
My sister and I spent the weekend in Gloucester and picked this place because of the name. Turned out to be a fantastic pick. Prices were reasonable and homemade bread was delicious, I wish they would have had loaves for sale. Cute and cozy.
We live nearby and often pass it, always wondering. Then I read the reviews on Tripadvisor and we went. Then place is fairly small but we lucked out and got a booth (roomy for two, a little tight for 4). It was as excellent as...More
Small space big menu. Cooked to order. Great variety of breads, including Anadama and Portugese Sweet Bread. Once in a while crab cakes benedict is the special. Everything homemade including corned beef hash. Cranberry almond pancakes. Home fries. Good coffee. Staff makes eating there down...More
We were told about this by a person in town. We stopped before going on a whale watch trip. Our breakfast was great! Loved the choice of local baked breads! The serve is great. A wonderful local spot to stop and eat.
We stopped by here because it looked cute and weren't disappointed. The place is full of fun sayings about what to expect if you complain about the service, but there wasn't any reason to. Breakfast was very reasonably priced and delicious - especially the apple...More