Service is fast and friendly. They give generous portions and the sausage is good and flavorful. My husband likes the Black Oak kielbasa.
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I liked my scrambled eggs, but I found the hash browns had a strong cooking oil taste. The fresh fruit did not seem all that fresh. The biscuits, which we expected to be the best, failed to impress. The hostess was nice but the waitress...More
You won't find surprises here, just good basic/lunch food that you can depend on for consistency. Food is average, prices good.
My wife and I recently had breakfast here on a Sunday morning. We were surprised that it wasn't busier as we were seated immediately. The service was very good. Staff were are friendly. The faire is standard and nothing really stood out, but it was...More
Found this gem to take my dog to for breakfast on the front patio. Breakfast served until 2:30pm. All American favorites. I'm vegetarian and had the floretine Benedict with the delicious red potatoes. My niece had the French toast combo. Service was great!
We had a large number of family members that came in on Mother's Day, and the wait time was minimal, which was surprising since they were packed. And I can understand why - they serve fantastic breakfasts here! I had an outstanding omlet, some great...More
Morning after the concert... On our way out of Oregon. 7 for breakfast, 2 tea drinkers, a vegan, a meat & potatoes guy, an international college student, a diabetic, and a pothead/cancer survivor..... All found something delicious and satisfying. I had sweet potato pancakes, with...More
So this is my third biscuit. Cafe that is and the biscuits and bread they use are good, the coffee really tasty. The staff is hard working and amiable. They have upgraded their menu to have chicken and waffles and more heathy choices. But this...More