Yummy. I wish this place was open all day.
Bad service, bad food, stay away!. We came in hungry. We left the same way. Service was so slow the food had actually become cold before served. Bacon only partially cooked, pancakes burned. Eggs nearly raw. As the Mrs. likes to say, if we wanted to eat badly cooked food, we'd stay home and save ourselves the trouble. Avoid this place, and save yourselves some trouble, too.
Made-to-order breakfasts---including over a dozen unique flapjacks---stack the odds in this restaurant's favor..
Founded in Oregon circa 1953, this simply-furnished spot owes its success to its creative menu and fresh ingredients. Batters are made on the premises; a special "sourdough starter" keeps treats from tasting overly sweet. Patrons choose from eggs, waffles, crepes and oven-baked omelets, as well as signature plates like blueberry pancakes (served with or without compote), giant cinnamon-glazed apple pancakes, thin and chewy "49-ers" and the air-filled, lemon-and-sugar-topped "Dutch Baby."
STICKY, GOOEY, YUMMY!. This is absolutely the best for those who love breakfast - a big one! An apple pancake is a must with it's crisp edges and gooey inside (almost like an apple pie but better) and is probably the most commonly. The variety of pancakes is just the beginning, they also have traditional breakfast items such as eggs, cereal, etc. that are just as good as the pancakes. Service is efficient, not friendly. If you do decide to try this restaurant, make sure you get there a little early on the weekend as it gets quite crowded by 10:00 a.m. and they are only open until about 2:00 p.m. for you late risers.
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