I was invited to brunch with two women friends on the Friday of Memorial Day weekend. They ordered vegetarian eggs benedict, and a Greek omelet. Both raved about their entrees. I've learned to ask whether or not corned beef hash is made in house. Our waitress assured me it was indeed corned beef brisket and home fried potatoes. It was mouthwatering. I chose the sourdough toast, also delicious. It was such a good meal that I convinced my husband we should go for breakfast on Monday, Memorial Day. We both ordered the corned beef hash. Again, every bit as good as I make at home but I didn't have to! And no kitchen clean up. It was very busy on Memorial Day and our waitress did her best to keep up with tables that were filled as soon as she cleared them. Most patrons were patient and understanding. This is a place to come and enjoy your tea and coffee, relax, visit, and await a meal worth waiting for.
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