To begin, we waited 25 minutes for a table. This was ok, since it was a Sunday morning and we understood it was a busy time for breakfast. Upon being seated we asked if we could sit in the booth that was available instead of the table they were directing us to. I am six months pregnant and my mother in law has back problems. We were told that someone else was being seated there. The someone else was a group that came in about 10 minutes after we did. They were waited on before us, ordered before we did, and and received their food before we did. My crepes were a sorry excuse for food. They were cold, served with half cut strawberries on top. The whip cream I asked for on the side did not come with them, and I had to request it again. They were simply awful, especially for $12.00. I cut up the berries and placed them inside the crepes myself, but they were not good. I would not be surprised if they had been made hours earlier. The "syrup" my mother in law was served was the consistency of juice, barely thicker than water; and did not have a maple flavor at all. I think it was cooked sugar water. The coffee suffered the same watery fate, more like dish water than coffee. The waitress who was easily 15 years younger than me referred to me as "dear" and sweetie" several times. I overheard her refer to an elderly gentleman in his 60's the same way; very condescending. The rest of the meal was ok, nothing special. I don't know why this place had a line, the food, service, and coffee were mediocre at best, terrible at worst. I won't eat here or any of its affiliates again.
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