We came for breakfast with a party of ten. My daughter has cashew/pistachio allergies. I contacted them ahead of time, and they said they were able to safely accommodate her. They did not have any cashews in the restaurant, and the only pistachios are in the pistachio muffins in the bakery case.
A recommendation from the restaurant was to come in between 7-8, as they are less busy at that time. We got there around 7:40, and were seated immediately. By the time we left, the restaurant was pretty full.
The waitress was very friendly. I thought for a table of ten, the food came out fast. We all enjoyed our meals. Some had omelets, waffles, and french toast. All were very good.
The owner, Andy, also came to our table twice to see how the service and food was. He seemed like a really nice guy, who is very vested in his business.
We come to PCB each year, and I have a feeling we will make eating here a yearly tradition.
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