Most people go next door for breakfast but they don't know what they are missing here at Agate Alley it has some amazing French toast and the eggs benedict is great too.
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This is the right place to retire at the end of a busy day for a beer or a simple, healthy dinner. The place itself is intimate, warm and welcoming. People are friendly and professional. Good beer. Questo è il posto giusto per un po'...More
A friendly cosy atmosphere. No pressure from the wait staff and great food. I always take out of town visitors here to get a taste of the local organic fair.
This is a hidden gem to anyone outside the university setting. My son and I went there about 9pm on a Sunday evening. It became my favorite place to take everyone to! The place is quaint with old wooden booths. We ordered the special which...More
I'm calling this a Hidden Gem because we are not from here, and we would not have stumbled across this gem of a Bistro if it hadn't come up on my GPS. We had the thin onion rings for an appie - oh my goodness,...More
Stumbled into the bistro when the line for Studio One was simply too long. Loved the ambiance nearest the patio, but was happy dining in the bar area. Service was friendly and helpful. All three of our meals were tasty with a new variation and...More
If TA would allow, I would have actually rated this somewhere between average and very good - it's better than average but not quite "very good". I had the 5 cheese mac n cheese which was great but my wife had salmon with garlic mashers...More
We went to Agate Alley once for brunch and never went back. The interior looks like it was never renovated - sad and depressing. There weren't a lot of people there yet the servers moved at a glacial pace. It just didn't make sense for...More
This was either a great day or the worst day to test a restaurant. Just a block away from the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials at Historic Hayward Field, where more than 20,000 were attending the big meet and its surrounding fan festival, Agate...More