This place was delicious. We had the welsh eggs and corned beef hash. It was all great and different than your ordinary breakfast spot. Service was great too!
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If you're tired of chain restaurant breakfast, this restaurant offers some variations not typically found elsewhere. I had their vegetarian omelette which surprisingly had fresh veggies and the "purple sauce" they serve with the omelette was absolutely sumptious!
Julie's is a quaint local favorite that serves a variety of home-style comfort food. We have always had good service and generous portions. It's a must for a great breakfast. I only wish Julie's stayed open past 2pm!
I was always curious about their chicken liver omelette, but not what I expected. Just chicken livers stuffed inside eggs. It was good but what I would liked to have had would have been some good chopped Jewish deli chicken liver smeared inside.
We had breakfast here and really enjoyed our food, but the prices were too high. A basic breakfast doesn't need to cost $10. The servings were pretty big, but there are just way too many other options in town to pay these prices. The building's...More
If you want great tasting food then this is the place to go. They are hopping busy. We were in and out though within an hour. But if every table were full it might be longer and worth every darn minute. This is not fast...More
Stopped by for breakfast on short visit to town. Wife and I both had eggs benedicts special for $9. Eggs were cooked well, muffin was fine, and sauce was tasty. But the ham slices looked like the cheapest brands you find at the grocery store.......More
My husband and I decided to go for breakfast and I'm guessing because the food was tasty it draws the crowds. It became very packed very fast and it was hard to even carry on a conversation without yelling across the table but that is...More
Live local, wanted to go somewhere new for a change. Will never go back. Huge portions don't matter when they taste horrible. The cheese was gross - not your typical sliced cheddar cheese - not really sure what kind of cheese it was. The "slice...More