It was hard to find a parking spot for the first 10 minutes, but once we found one we walked to the hostess desk to put our name down through a ivy vined tunnel laced with Christmas lights and dangling miniature disco balls. Very interesting first impression.
The hostess was rude to say the least. She was not happy to be working on a Sunday I suppose. The place reminded me of a collector’s haven from the 70′s. The piano player was playing 70′s music, there were mini disco balls hanging everywhere.
It took us about 20 minutes to get a table. Once we sat down we knew that mimosas were a must: two champagne glasses with fresh-squeezed Orange juice with a strawberry on the rim for garnish. It was wonderful, but a bit pricey for $5 a piece when there was only enough to barely quench your thirst.
My mother and I decided to order their eggs Benedict. I ordered the Canadian bacon and my mom ordered the portobello mushroom Benedict. Each entree comes with skillet potatoes and a croissant with raspberry cream cheese.
My entree was awesome. I really did not care for my mom’s because I don’t like to mix breakfast with asparagus and peppers. I am weird like that though. She tried to give me a sample and ended up dropping one of her eggs Benedict on the table making a huge mess and it was really embarrassing.
Another thing that I really liked about the restaurant was that the piano was a fire engine red Baldwin with puzzle pieces on the top. It seemed that the piano was the center of attention of the restaurant because everyone was singing along with the well-known songs being played such as Queen, Mama and Sweet Caroline. Check out their piano schedule.
The bill ended up being around $50.
I would definitely recommend trying this place out. It was by far the best brunch I have ever had.
They also have a bakery with some great things to buy on your way out after your meal.
That is all