Had our breakfast here. Their breakfast is very tasty. However they took almost 25 minutes to serve our food. For food I will give 4 stars, but for service I have to give 3 stars.
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My wife and I stopped for a Sunday morning brunch. We had such a fantastic experience. The place is small, quaint, vintage, and homey. The employees were very friendly and the food was fantastic. I had the breakfast flatbread (added sausage) and my wife had...More
I work in the area and lunch here regularly. Everything tastes home made. The quiches and galette are faves. Many rotating specials keep the menu fresh for regulars. The balsamic vinegar on the side salad is the best. Pies, cakes, muffins ... yum! Again, different...More
We had brunch at this local eatery. I had a ham and egg croissant sandwich which was very good. My husband had the breakfast casserole which he liked. The portions are huge. The pie was ok. The coffee was excellent. Try the You Say Tomato...More
I have been here several times over the last 3 years or so and they NEVER disappoint. The Breakfast Flatbread is an absolute must-try, but don't worry if you'd rather go for their Croissant or perhaps a giant Pecal Wheel, you will be equally pleased....More
My kids got great breakfast staples like eggs and toast, french toast, and an egg croissant. My husband and I got what we wanted, fun combos of seasonal local cusine. My favorite was a goat cheese and beet quiche. We also enjoyed the granola atmosphere.
After much debate on where we would go for Sunday brunch, ( out of towners).. We happily settled with You Say Tomato. This corner restaurant brings you back in time and is reminiscent of a an old grocer/cafe. Let's skip to the Cinnamon Roll. Wow....More