Starting with the hash browns--They are golden and crispy on the outside and almost creamy inside. Makes a great side for an omelet. Try the Granny Smith: German sausage, with granny smith apple, mushroom, bell pepper, onion, garlic & swiss cheese. The small apple chunks add a hint of almost applesauce to go with the sausage. The omelets take up half the plate the hash browns fill out the rest. They do allow you to order fruit instead for $1.50 extra and it's a giant serving, not a tiny cup. There is a choice of pancakes, French toast, or biscuit and gravy with that omelet too.
I have not tried the pancakes or French Toast (because I don't eat flour), but they look amazing. The pancakes are as big as a plate. Seriously! The French Toast is made from cinnamon bread so it must be super rich and tasty.
Sundays at Brunch time a line often forms. You can call and get your name on the list, which is nice to know. There is a cute little boutique below the restaurant to visit while waiting to get in.
Parking is on the street mostly, either the one-way street heading north (302 S Mission Street) or the cross street.
The same people run a couple other area restaurants. There is another Wild Huckleberry at the Leavenworth Golf Course and the Big Y Cafe off Highway 2/97 near Peshastin and the Blewett Pass intersection.
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