My son and I visited the restaurant for Sunday morning breakfast on October 28. At 9:30, the “seat yourself” dining area was nearly full, but we were still able to get a table. The restaurant has a very homey, welcoming feeling, and we got the sense that a lot of the customers were “regulars”. The restaurant offers a good range of the usual breakfast fare (eggs, pancakes, sandwiches, etc.). Bacon, sausage, etc. are generally add-ons to your meal selection. The scrambled eggs and bacon were good, though the toast was served cold and without jam or jelly offered. The chocolate chip pancakes were very large and very good. “Table syrup” as opposed to maple syrup, was the only offering. Coffee (served in a variety of mismatched mugs) was fresh and bottomless.
Cautions: Service, perhaps due to the full restaurant, was rather slow, but we weren’t in any particular hurry. If you are, then be prepared. Also, restaurant is cash only, so come with real money. On that subject, the math on the bill appears to be a rough estimate. All menu items are oddball prices (like 1.97, 4.11, 3.12, instead of “price point” pricing) so we were amazed that our bill came to exactly $20.00. A quick hand tally showed that the actual price (which $18.63) had been quietly rounded up to $20.00.
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