breakfasts are fantastic, as is their outdoor, back yard
dining area. What's amazing is the peaceful
coexistence treaty worked out between the cats and the
hens, chicks and roosters. All roam the dining
area in total harmony, though the roosters occasionally
beat up on the hens.
If you want to eat
breakfast outside, and you don't want to wait, get there
early. Especially on the weekends. Waits can
be long if you insist on a civilized 11 AM brunch.
No reservations, by the way.
The wait is worth
it. My first visit I had lobster benedict - pan
sautéed Florida lobster topped with key lime flavored
hollandaise. A couple of days later banana
pancakes with maple syrup and homemade sausage.
You're right, it wasn't I who ordered the homemade
granola and fruit to the right.