Rainy Saturday late morning brought us to The Two Bird Cafe recently for a very nice brunch experience. We were immediately seated in the main dining room, although the server tried to initally seat us in the empty side room. That was just the beginning of odd behavior from our server.
Handed menus and after several minutes noticed a white board with specials sitting off to the side. Craned around to try to decipher the specials when finally, the server says, "oh, would you like to see the specials?". Ah, yes please. No indication of available drinks, so inquired (not sure if they served alcohol) and was met with a stare as if we had multiple heads.
First round of mimosas was anemic but passable, but then realized they had fresh squeezed tangerine juice, so ordered the second round with that ingredient. Server exclaims "wow, what a great idea!". Clearly the staff is a bit rough around the edges.
Spouse had the salmon eggs Benedict (which went by some other name) and I had an omelette with a southwestern slant (pasilla chilis, roasted corn, jack cheese, salsa fresca, etc.). Benedict was truly a taste experience: nice flavor blend with the salmon and perfectly cooked eggs (yolks not too runny, yet slightly solid). My omelette was good but could have used a little kick. Home fries were absolutely perfect - crispy, crunchy outside and creamy inside.
Service was reasonable aside from oddities mentioned above, food makes up for service deficiencies - hence, the 'very good' rating. Prices were high, but everything is pricey in this area.
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