A converted house. Quaint with Southern charm. Very good service. Breakfast available into the early afternoon, at least on this Saturday. I understand lunch can be had shortly after this place opens. Inside and outside seating.
I ordered a veggie omelet, which came with home fries and toast or English muffin. The food was very good. The potatoes were cooked just right and were tasty. There were containers of strawberry preserves and of blackberry preserves to be smeared on my English muffin. I prefer preserves over jellies since with jellies the first listed ingredient is some form of sugar, whereas with preserves the first listed ingredient is the fruit itself. The preserves was a nice touch by this restaurant. Another nice touch was the free homemade donut the waiter brought to me. The meal was reasonably priced. I recommend this folksy restaurant.
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