The service was really great, they let us sit wherever we wanted since there wasn't a lunch crowd yet at 11, so we grabbed a cozy booth area along the right wall. The place was very artsy and antiquated inside, with large art deco paintings, large old stone framed windows and high ceilings. I had what they call THE KING - Brioche stuffed with bananas, peanut butter, mascarpone cheese and topped with syrup and pecans. It was made into to triangle sandwiches and was scrumptious! And came with a side of the best hash brown casserole I've ever had. It tasted more like cheddary cheesy scalloped potato casserole with roasted red peppers!
Here we are enjoying the Toast...
I will definitely go back there and try their lunch offerings!