In the heart of Calgary's Eau Claire neighborhood, this antique building is a must for breakfast. Originally the office for a lumber yard in the 1800's, the building itself is cool to come to. Great menu with some original items (try the Blaisey Boy) and some great versions of the usual breakfast items. Prices are slightly steep for breakfast ($15-20 for most things) which is the only reason it didn't get 5 stars. However, as I am quickly learning, Calgary is becoming an expensive town. In context with other restaurants, the prices are fair. Great service, cool ambiance, and an awesome menu!
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