My husband and I were recently the first customers of the day. Our server (Pauline?) was very friendly and soon had six tables of customers. As soon as we came in she said she would turn the a/c on, and the restaurant soon cooled off. The restaurant's architecture reminded me of New Orleans, and there was a variety of paintings and photographs on the walls.
They offered $3 Bloody Marys and screwdrivers. My breakfast consisted of two eggs, home fries, grits, toast, and orange juice. The juice was served in a large water glass. My husband had an omelette which also included home fries and toast. Our total for the two meals and a Bloody Mary came to $28.
I would like to give a higher rating, but the potatoes were cold on both of our plates. I think they plated the potatoes while the eggs were being cooked.
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