I wasn't impressed. The coffee was good but my waitress lacked any personality at all. They charge $2.50 for a tiny amount of maple syrup. I won't go back.
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My husband and I were in on a Friday morning in late October. Breakfast was excellent, especially the homemade corned beef hash. There is often a long wait on weekends, but definitely worth it.
Visited twice during our fall visit. Couldn't resist trying the bananas foster french toast (friend and I spit 1/2 order). It was worth the splurge. Perfectly cooked eggs and, can't believe I was impressed with sausage pattie, but tender and tasty. We arrived at opening...More
We had a great breakfast, but man the wait was looooong. We were there at the end of the season and they had two staff members call in sick or whatever. We waited quite a while and had to remind them we were there, as...More
Waffles and French Toast are great as are omelets. No pancakes on the menu, however. Free parking in rear although almost always crowded.
Love the atmosphere. Staff is friendly and efficient. Food is great and reasonably priced. Eaten here a number of times and have never been disappointed.
What a cute restaurant! I loved the retro tables. We were there on a busy Saturday but only waited about 10 minutes to be seated. My hubby and I both had Eggs Benedict - his was classic, while mine featured chorizo patties on a cheese...More
Just on the edge of Perkins cove this popular breakfast spot is within walking distance of what looked like dozens of small hotels, Inns, and B&Bs On a beautiful fall day, we walked a half mile from our Inn to sit in a booth in...More