We've ben by here a number of times and always wanted to stop. Finally made it during a Sunday morning bike ride for breakfast. Solid breakfast menu with omelettes, bennies, pancakes, french toast and various egg dishes. We had the crow's nest which is corned beef hash with poached eggs and hollandaise, accompanied by potatoes and english muffin. A lot of food for about $9. The corned beef hash was excellent. Restaurant made with nice chunks of meat. My only complaint about this dish was that the eggs were cooked solid. Next time, I'll ask them to make sure they're more gently poached. We also had banana nut bread french toast which was dense, moist and flavorful. $1.30 gets you real maple syrup. Coffee was okay--strong enough, but nothing to write home about. The decor is closed packed with a lovely tin ceiling. There is a counter, tables and booths--diner like. Servers were friendly and efficient, but only offered one coffee refill. It was packed on a Sunday morning. Has a nice neighborhood feel, nothing fancy. The building has an interesting story--been a restaurant most of it's long history. I'll definitely go again.
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