We came for brunch and both got delicious bloody marys though they were hard to drink with all the veggies in and on top. We took our time before ordering after we got a plate to put our celery stalk etc on. Hessen was helpful and didnt rush us. My husband ordered the eggs benedict and I got the breakfast sandwich. You would think the bene would be more special but the presentation was lacking and the taste was pretty average. no garnish or anything was on the plate with the two benedicts and the canadian bacon was sort of crispy. In contrast my egg sandwich was way better than I imagined. I had a real fried egg with crispy corners and the yolk was still a little runny-perfect in my book. It was accompanied by tasty fried potatoes.
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