It had been more than 5 years since I last visited Nini's. It is nestled in a quaint neighborhood. There is a mixture of commercial, properties, small businesses, apartments and houses. I food must be pretty good to last over the decades. At the very least the neighborhood supports this establishment. I decided to have breakfast on a Wednesday. So parking was easy. I ordered corned beef hash with hash brown and eggs over easy. I appreciated that the waitress asked me if I wanted onions in my hash browns since I don't like to eat onions during breakfast. The serving is generous and I ended up taking half of my breakfast with me in a box. I ate it for my lunch and still was filling. I will visit again soon.
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