I was looking for a nice place to take my mother and sister-in-law and since I saw the recommendation here I thought I would follow up. We were there for brunch yesterday, which I gather is a new offering for them. The space is very lovely, lots of wood and stone and glass. But also the brunch was delicious. My mom and I had the Brioche French Toast with apple compote, which was easily the best french toast I've ever had. It was on the sweet side but I got a side of home fries which nicely cut it with salt. My sister in law also thought the vegetable quiche was great. Good coffee. There was a jazz trio also.
I'm not really a restaurant reviewer (or goer, even, since I have a toddler) but I wanted to give the place a shout out. This brunch was my Christmas gift to them and it really turned out wonderfully.
p.s. I had to go to Internet Explorer to post this because the "Select Community" didn't work in my Chrome.