There were very little pros and many cons at this restaurant.
(1) Front porch was dingy and needs a paint job. There was an empty cat bowl and a jug of cat food on the porch.
(2) There are lovely coffee cups and saucers on the table; but, when I ordered coffee, it was brought to me in a mug similar to service in a nearby diner.
(3) The scone was blueberry ginger. There was a very faint hint of ginger until I bit into a big piece of ginger (there was only one) that took me a while to chew. I'm a huge fan of ginger so it might have been nicer to finely dice the ginger rather than placing one large piece in the scone.
(4) There are a lot of kids in the restaurant, a lot. I don't mean cute little 10 year olds with their grandmothers; I mean kids in high chairs.
(5) One of these kids threw up all over the floor. One of the gentleman at the restaurant came upstairs with a big mop and bucket to clean up the vomit. Hint: take some coffee grounds and sprinkle generously all over the mess. It will absorb the odor and be easier to clean. All the guy did was wipe it around and the older members of the party were on the floor wiping up the mess while the rest of us gagged from the smell.
(6) For $10.95, the ham and cheese omelet along with fresh fruit was really, really small. You have to order more food off the menu to feel satiated.
(7) Where on earth was the server? She took our order, brought our ice tea and coffee, and we never saw her again...for at least 20 minutes. I had to go downstairs to see if I could have another cup of coffee. She was completely inattentive to us. When I went downstairs, she was there getting advice on how to hold two plates of food. What???
(8) They have lovely windows in the back area where tables are located but your view is the outside garbage cans. They might want to think about how to make that view a bit nicer.
(9) The pros: the coffee was good.
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