Good not Great. (Unless you’re going specifically for the Irish Turkey and Egg – that’s a winner).
The sandwich was delicious, but everything else from the service to the ambiance was a little lackluster.
It was a bit disappointing from the get-go because we had anticipated sitting for a while with bottomless mimosas; however, the long disclaimer and the fact that they don’t have fresh squeezed orange juice really ruined it. The environment also didn’t lend itself to sitting and enjoying alcohol.
I was also pretty excited about trying their French toast. You know me, if it’s on the menu is there really any other option? No! However, when I realized the couple next to us had just finished theirs, I asked if they liked it. The lady answered they way I wish everyone would answer: honest and informative. She simply asked if I had been to Square One Dining (which, hello, of course – click here for my review); it’s good, but it’s not Square One Dining. I knew then that I had to order something else.
What we ate:
- Pancakes ($11 +$1 for fruit)
- Irish Turkey and Egg ($13)