05/30/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My wife had the Farmer's Breakfast which was prime rib, eggs, peppers, onions and country style hash browns done in a scramble with heavy whole wheat toast. Try as her daintiness might, she could not eat it all. I had their Denver Steak Breakfast which was a Flat Iron (shoulder or chuck cut) steak richly peppered and served with country style spuds and two farm fresh eggs. I ordered dry rye toast, as is my custom. When our extremely proficient server brought our meal, she immediately noticed that my toast was buttered. She apologized and whisked it away to be replaced. My eggs and steak came precisely as ordered and soon, the chef himself delivered my toast with his apologies. With the minor exception of the toast mix-up which was swiftly and graciously corrected, it was a perfect experience. From other reviews on other web sites, I doubt if the evening crowd and music will suite our tastes, but we'll be back for breakfasts and lunches.