At risk youth learn culinary skills to launch their careers under the guidance of Evelyn Cheatham. The result is that you get a delicious brunch and feel good about it.
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Living nearby to this breakfast/ brunch restaurant and wanting to support helping at risk young adults to learn a trade, led us to give WOW a try. The annoyingly chatty server had to be asked for set ups, jam, more coffee and then, to be...More
I took a teen to WOW to see what the experience would feel like. We have been talking to him about applying for this program. The wait staff saw the application on the table and asked if there was anything they could do to help...More
The biscuits are amazing! My brother ordered the chicken and waffle plate, he was quiet the entire time and he shared a bite with me and it was really amazing! The micro bowl and roasted veggie bowl were fantastic! They serve Bella rosa coffee and...More
This place is amazing. The staff is young and making big strides with taste. I was shocked the first time I ate here, not knowing what to expect. I have had breakfast here a few times and the portions vs taste are very good. I...More
I truly appreciate the mission of this restaurant but the breakfast they served was the worst I've ever eaten in a restaurant. The scrambled eggs were served in a slab and were runny and oddly stringy inside. I thought the "strings" might be cheese but...More
The food here is excellent. The idea of giving these kids an education and helping them out is great. We have eaten here many times and the food is always excellent.
I really wanted to love this place. I respect their vision and goal. The problem was the food just wasnt very good for our party. I had the best meal and it was the biscuits and gravy. The mac and cheese my friend got was...More
this is a go to breakfast place. These kids work hard and put out a very high quality product. They make it memorable. Eat here!