...and sadly, it was pretty bad.
I ordered the Mission Omelette, which involved chorizo, jalapenos, and cheese. Big mistake - total grease bomb, but not in the good way that chorizo con huevos can be. Dining companion stuck with basic bacon and eggs, and reported that the eggs were the greasiest he's ever encountered, the bacon was cold, and the potatoes were nearly raw.
Most disappointing of all was the biscuits and gravy. Two flat, hard discs covered in a brown sauce that didn't resemble any gravy I've ever seen, and appeared to be separating.
I really wanted to like this place. The service was friendly and the menu sounded really promising, but I probably won't be back. I was trying to give them the benefit of the doubt for this being the first weekend they've been open for breakfast, but dang it, isn't that when a restaurant should at least try to make a good impression?