Quaint little place. I was there for a late breakfast, closer to brunch. I had the Belgian waffles with housemade cream and ganouche. The waffles were prepared perfect, fluffy with a slight crunch. The overall offering was a little sugary and sweet for a breakfast, but nonetheless it was a good from scratch waffle. I didn't get a chance to do lunch, but will in the near future.
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