We ate breakfast here twice before we figured out what else was available. I'd rate it good, and a good value but not fantastic. Being tourists we slept in the first few days and were still accommodated for a "brunch" time breakfast with no hassles. I had the omelet with New Mexican sausage once, and the hauvos ranchos the other time. Both were good with the chili sauce. Our service was fast, but by the time we ate no one else was there. The plaza/street seating is fun because you can watch folks stroll by as you eat and wake up.
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