Finally made in to try their brunch theme. We're long time regulars for dinner and drinks but never attempted a brunch visit. Went with another couple. As expected...funky 70's music, the owner James was handling the bar. Service was on the slow side as they really didn't have a lot of waitstaff working. Nothing bad or unnecessarily slow. We all shared several items: french toast sticks, couple of order of bacon and eggs, 2 oatmeal orders, belgian waffle and croissant french toast...along with 2 oj and 2 mango mamossas. Food surpassed expectations. Tab came in at ~$92 w/o tip.
French Toast Sticks were good, crunchy on the outside, soft inside with strawberrys and maple syrup...flavor reminded me of fried dough. That's ok for me.
Oatmeal was different and very tasty...light flavor topped with strawberries and mascapone cheese. :>)
Croissant french toast came with fried bananas. Very tasty. Was the largest dish of the group.
Belgian waffle was also good, good size and flavorful...nicely done with raspberries.
Bacon and eggs was pretty straightforward except that the home fries were topped with some sort of ranch dressing sauce. Pretty good and a nice change of pace from regular home fries.
Mamossas were just right...
The portions are not huge but not tiny either.
All in all a nice way to spend a snowy Sunday morning.