Great place for breakfast or lunch for friends or couples. Can be busy on Saturday & Sunday mornings but worth it.
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Brunch Apothecary is a quirky place. It's fairly small being located in a 1905 house. The food is good and the service passable. It seems to strive to be upscale, but falls short on the details. The staff is dressed very casually and actuality sloppily....More
We really enjoyed our meal here. Randomly selected while we were in the area for something later. We had a ‘standard’ biscuit with hash brown casserole and one of the daily specials - country hame plate. Fairly speedy service after a bit of a wait...More
I liked the menu and the food was pretty good. I would have preferred dining with some nice dishes and cups.
The food and service were good. The chicken and waffles are excellent flavor. We had to wait over 45 minutes for a table of four. Plus it was a shared table with strangers. Food is excellent but the wait time is BAD.
"Build a Biscuit" or "Build a Waffle" were two of the unique offerings on the menu. Our server, Jaryl, explained that the Chef could vary the "building" with eggs, sausage, bacon, etc. I had a biscuit (about the size of a salad plate) with two...More
Located in a historic home it is an awesome dining atmosphere. The staff is outstanding and very attentive. The food is prepared just perfect and is very tasty.
We came for a celebration and girl time. Good was excellent! Service was great! And the biscuits were huge and amazing! Bread pudding was also good!
The food here is amazing, no doubt about it. I tried the pork belly benedict with avocado hollandaise and oh, my, god. It is amazing. However, the coffee leaves much to be desired. It was served in disposable cups and was comparable to airport quality....More