Ty B.
One of, if not the best brunch I've had in my life. The fried chicken is a must! Service was amazing as well! I would fly across the country for this dish.
Mocha M.
Came here to try to fried chicken & waffles. It lives up to the hype. I got the thick Belgian waffle along with a side of two scrambled eggs. The portion sizes are good and filling. Like any brunch spot, it's busier during the weekends and at lunch hours. But if you come early, there are no lines and the wait time is about normal. The Spotify station they play also had The Strokes, so that was cool.
Angelique F.
The treasure is definitely hidden inside this small quaint cafe. If I tell you gigantic portions of food and the food....Delicious. Hats off to the young man behind the good food served here. Please forgive me I started eating before remembering to take a picture to post.
Flor A.
Great breakfast spot. Diner style. I definitely recommend the loaded breakfast potatoes. The veggie benedict patty was really good. Great service and great food... what else can we ask for? I will definitely be coming back here when we are in town.
David L.
I finally made it over here after seeing lines out the door every weekend. We arrived right around 10:00 and were promptly seated. It looks like we made it just on time as people were filing in quickly. The worst part of my visit was trying to decide what to eat as all the food around us looked amazing. I finally settled on the sage fried chicken and waffles. And though I prefer I chicken and waffles with country gravy, fat people tricks, the syrup worked perfectly with the dish along with some slashes of hot sauce. The service throughout our entire meal was solid as well. Midtown brunch places need to step their game up because it's Morning Fork or East Sac for this guy.