Yes, it's on the expensive side for breakfast. Yes, the lines can get crazy long. But how could you not enjoy breakfast in this setting. The atmosphere is great as is the service and the food. Some times places are hyped for a reason that's justifiable. I'd say Sears Fine Foods is one of those places.
I just had the Hungarian Goulosh and it was quite acceptable, I plan on going back next week to get one of the other 8 dishes that I sat drinking my stein of beer pondering what to order. Now I just got to get a group of folks together for their Polka night.. Time to search for some Lederhosen!
Celebrated Christmas Eve dinner at Sear's Fine Food at a table for 8! With reservations, we only had to wait 10 minutes to be seated. Food was delicious and service was both friendly and prompt. The atmosphere is busy and fun, so if you are looking for quiet and intimate, this is not your spot!