This is a popular place on Sunday mornings for brunch, and reservations are only taken for very large parties for dinner. After not being able to get in one week without a long wait, we arrived the next Sunday about 1/2 hour before they opened. We were the second group in line, and a long line that filled the restaurant formed quickly. The Whole Toad, a soft baked egg bread pudding, was outstanding and filling. My friend enjoyed the Pork Schnitzel with sunny side up egg, ham, havarti & mustard braised cabbage. Very busy place with close tables and an energetic pace.
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