A wonderful restaurant which serves breakfast and lunch only and is delicious. The portions are large and filling, the flavor is outstanding, well worth the wait on weekends.
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We had friends rave about this place so we went and were seated quickly we didn’t get to see the specials on the board. The breakfast menu was pretty standard. Got steak and eggs, medium and scrambled with country potatoes. Partner got Denver omelette. Eggs...More
I could not tell you the number of meals we've eaten at this restaurant, but I can tell you they're mostly breakfast. And I can't find a single thing wrong with the breakfast. They have sausage links that, if you like them, you really need...More
The Black Oak doesnt open for dinner. We had lunchtime sandwiches there, and morning coffee another day. Very busy place; very popular with seniors in particular. Brisk efficient service. Very good food with extremely large portions.
My husband and I enjoyed a very delicious breakfast. He had the breakfast burrito with linguica, and I had a breakfast Benedict. One sausage patty, one breaded chicken filet, atop homemade biscuits, topped with 2 eggs, smothered in county gravy. They were both very tasty....More
Perfect place for a traditional breakfast, great coffee & omelettes. A great stop for travelers with its gift shop bursting with tempting items. Usually an older crowd of customers, definitely not trendy, but solid food & service every time we've been.
Extremely rude staff, I didn't even hang around to check out the food. This place is right in front of my hotel, so I thought I'd go check it out. After standing around a few minutes in the gift shop/lobby with three hostess/cashiers/whatevers, and them...More