If you had never visited this restaurant's predecessor, Cafe Two14, you would be thrilled with this place. Nice, clean decor, great food, good service.
We loved the old roomy digs overlooking the river and the railroad bridge. I like the new restaurant decor just fine (it is a lot cleaner) but it is missing the kitsch of the old place, and prices reflect the move to newer, probably more expensive digs. Sigh... But, still hollandaise to die for! Love their Benedicts, burgers, aw, heck, it's still great food. Just a little painful on the wallet. If you drink, you may consider this a win. New bar is nice, and they don't discourage digging into a big ole plate of hash towns and eggs at the bar.
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