My wife and I haven't been back to Cambridge for a Sunday brunch for over a decade and decided to go back. While the big, fancy, linen-clothed brunch places currently seem to be gone from Cambridge, the Keystone Grill caught our eye.
While not hoighty-toighty, the Keystone Grill is exactly what we expected walking in. The Sunday morning menu is a simply small four page affair with pretty much everything you'd expect from a mid-west breakfast "grill". My wife's American Fries were excellent, tasty and perfectly cooked. My own hash-browns were the that perfect combination of crispy on the outside yet fluffy on the inside.
There's nothing fancy or too special on the menu, but what they did have, they executed well. The furnishings were clean and relatively new looking. The staff helpful and down-right neighborly. While we arrived early (8:15am) and the place was close to empty, the locals appear to have started to dribble in as we were heading out. The apparent owner/manager came out as the locals showed up and was chatting with the regulars with a friendly bantering manner that made us feel right at home.
Even with the price of gas coming from Madison, it was still a cheaper breakfast than many a spot closer to town.
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