I ate breakfast here on a recernt weekend with my wife and didn't regret it. It was the second time I have been here, as I "discovered" this place over the winter with my son. There is a little wait, as can be expected on a weekend, and there is also a little longer wait for the food than most similar restaurants,but I did not mind the wait as it appeared everything was cooked to order with nice fresh ingredients. There were plenty of options for my wife, who has to eat gluten free, and she said the gluten free french toast was delicious. Would recommend this place if you want to eat good and are not in a rush. Decor is great, with old country items, and old local photos & articles...plenty of stuff to look around at while waiting for your meal.
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