great little secret.
What you get when you get inside is quite unexpected. It's very cozy space is decorated with movie posters and stars pictures from early hollywood days. Three TV's play all old movies and the crowd is filled with regulars and out of towners alike. The fresh brewed tea is served in teapots on pretty tablecloths and the food is good and in large portions. I had the Huevos Rancheros and my husband had the Apple pancakes with apple-maple butter but they had so many specials it was hard to choose. The wait staff was entertaining and overall it just isn't your average breakfast place.