Our hotel recommended this place to us.
Located near the train station, at the end of town farthest away from downtown. You have to go up the steps, then through a breezeway and the entrance to the restaurant (and other businesses) is on the inside (much like a courtyard).
We waited about 45 minutes for a table.
Breakfast cut-off is 11am(?) and after that, only lunch. But if you get on their wait-list before 11am, you are marked down for breakfast (even though they may not tell you this). If you arrive after 11am, you can only get lunch.
Breakfast menu is really awesome. One of the best breakfast menus anywhere, understanding the person who created their menu enjoys really spicy food. We ordered the blueberry pancakes and bacon. I'd put this breakfast on par with the best I've ever had at any boutique restaurant (except, maybe, in France).
Being a southern girl, I ordered their "grits". However, there is nothing southern about their grits and I returned the dish. The cook had loaded it with tons of condiments like some sort of cream, lots of spices, meat bits of all kinds and more. Yeah, no.
Before we learned we could get breakfast, since we weren't seated until 11:30am-ish, we thought we'd be stuck with lunch. If you like spicy, Mexican-themed food, then you'd love their lunch fare.
Service was very good, after we were seated - the (long) waiting list was managed very loosely by already-extremely-busy servers. They really need to hire a seating attendant.
I recommend this place to anyone who enjoys a really good breakfast or spicy lunch and doesn't mind a long wait.
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