I was in town for a wedding over Memorial weekend and my wife and mother dined here for brunch on Saturday. I must say that the billboards had me thinking it would be a tourist trap, but this place is great! Warm and friendly staff, cozy ambience with great art installations, and super-tasty food.
We started with one of their gooey boozy bourbon pecan rolls (yeah, should've done after, but couldn't resist) and it was a melt-in-your-mouth delight with our coffees. Oh, they roast their own coffee and it's out of sight too.
We had trouble deciding on dishes, but I went with the "hillbilly benedict" and it was a bounty of flavor, as well as a bounty of belly-filling goodness. Home fries topped with house made sausage, bacon-studded gravy and a fried egg. So good. My wife got the nachos, which were a heaping pile of chips, bacon, fried egg and other goodies for good measure. Their house made salsa and jam were delicious, since my mom got a basic combo with eggs, sausage and biscuits.
Definitely worth the stop, loved it!
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