It's the Wandering Yank here. On Easter Sunday, early afternoon, I had my eyes on a brewpub down the street. For some reason it wasn't open (arrgghh...), so alternatives were in order. This was the highest-ranked restaurant nearby, and after a 20-minute wait we were all set.
Even though there was a bar, since only breakfast food was available, beer didn't seem like the right choice. I had an excellent breakfast sandwich (egg, bread, cheese, ham...yum!). Others had various French toast and omelette combos.
It was certainly busy, but service was very efficient and upbeat. Food was universally delicious. Decor is...interesting in a good way. And prices were reasonable for the quality.
2 thumbs up!
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