I really want to like this place. I've been here for lunch and dinner a number of times so it seemed like a good choice for Sunday brunch too. The coffee arrived luke-warm and was cold within a few minutes. In addition, it was so strong that it bothered my stomach. In defense of the wait-staff, they brought me decaf at no extra charge and it was warm enough.
Then came the crab cakes benedict. I had seen this online as was looking forward to it. Not only did they come luke-warm, there were no crab cakes -- just the egg, sauce, and English muffin! I kept asking where are the crab cakes and the reply was, "What's wrong with the crab cakes?" Finally, after three attempts to explain the crab cakes weren't there, they took the dish back and brought it with the crab cakes -- and again they were luke-warm -- cold by the time I was taking the last bite. The place was not super-busy so I don't know how this happened. I was tired of "complaining" so when a man, who seemed to be the manager, came by the table, I did not complain anymore because the wait staff was being nice enough. Also in their defense, they substituted a wonderful bowl of fresh fruit for the home fries.
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