Visit the area and almost everyone will recommend Shea's for breakfast. It's understandable. The menu is large and diverse. The food is very good. I had an omelette with pepper jack cheese with toast and potatoes. My wife had 3 eggs over easy. The portions were large and food very tasty.
The restaurant itself is very sterile looking. There is no ambiance. Bland tables and chairs, bared walls, etc. The owner seems very nice and engaging.
We would return.
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