A planned Easter Sunday brunch after church. Restaurant was busy but was still attentive to our needs. Extensive menu. Whatever you want, it's likely to be on the menu. Having said that, I'd probably not go there for a porterhouse steak. Save that need for a real steakhouse. My brother had the Eggs Benedict, his wife had an omlet and I had the Country Skillet which had eggs, sausage, potato hash and some other things to fill out a very large skillet. Restaurant also serves wines and beers. I had a white wine to go with my very tastey skillet meal. Service was very good. I also saw a few vegetarian meals on the menu. I'll definitely go back.
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