We showed up for a busy Saturday brunch and (as would be expected) had to wait before we could get a table. The wait was definitely worth it. The building is old and the walls are lined with history and charm. Our server was professional, but still very friendly and helpful.
The coffee was surprisingly good for this type of establishment, and they even had a pot available while you were waiting to be seated. The menu - even for breakfast - is quite varied. The servings are generous. Two of our party ordered the gingerbread pancake. Neither could finish it.
Definitely worth the stop for breakfast or brunch!
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