We called to ensure they were open due to the holiday weekend and they put our name on a list but still had to check in when we got there. It did help cut down on the wait time. Instead of 45 minutes it was 15. A definite to-do if you are going here! Otherwise you will wait and wait and wait.
We started with the beignets - super soft, fluffy, powdering, don't count-your-calories, must eat! (5.00).
My husband had the buttermilk biscuits with mushroom gravy, buttered grits (perfectly cooked) and a poached egg (12.00). Smoky, peppery and soft, if you like a bit more flavor go with a fried egg. I love poached eggs.
I had the fried green tomato benedict (11.00). Marinated green tomatoes, sun-dried tomato vinaigrette, arugula, poached eggs, hollandaise sauce and corn-bread. So yummy is all I can say about this! If you have a hankering for fried green tomatoes get 'em!
I did have the spicy chai tea, I would not get again, it was small and not so spicy but if you have a hankering for it, go for it. My husband had the coffee and enjoyed it (3.50).
An interesting place to rest a while with a folksy art collection. Little dust collectors is what my nana used to call them all around the restaurant. Did not really notice the music that was playing. On a cold day do not think I would want the table we had, right by the door. Our server, Jennifer, was very helpful and friendly. All-in-all a good brunch experience!
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