Staff was courteous and kind, lovely people However as a traveler who frequents breakfast joints I will say with honesty that the menu here is set up so that your plate will cost you $25 to get all of the things usually included in a breakfast joint. The menu is reminiscent of a food truck at a music festival. This was a bad choice for me, not a true breakfast restaurant in my humble opinion. I ordered a Denver omelette which came out of the kitchen exactly two minutes after I ordered it and the veggies inside the omelette were raw and cold. Serious rush vibes.. a side of thin cut bacon is 6.25.. and for a mediocre omelette and a cup of coffee i was out the door over $30 with tip. I do not recommend.
In and out leaving full. Get the eggs bene! But it is all good from the years going there.
Parking: Small lot on their end side of the building, but plenty if you just go to the front lot of the building.
Always enjoy breakfast here. Not loud even when busy.
Great food. Typical diner setting. Waitresses are very friendly and attentive.will definitely be back!
average diner for breakfast nothing too exciting
We're from out of town and found this by accident after a quick search for something nearby. Wonderful decision!! Our eggs were cooked perfectly and the blueberry pancakes were beyond amazing.
A nice place for breakfast. Big open space but feels like a cozy small town cafe. Maybe it's because they offer bottomless coffee that servers regularly offer to refill.
I have a hard time choosing between the buckwheat pancakes (hard to find elsewhere) and the wonderfully filled omelets. Kamikaze pancakes are also very popular: these are the "everything" multi-grain pancakes made with chocolate chips, bananas, and blueberries and topped with whipped cream.