This place is exceedingly bad. I tried it again after having a bad experience about a year ago, and I wish I would have trusted my instincts and ran in the other direction. \r
First, I looked at the menu on the wall and decided to try it again, but once we were seated and our drinks brought, we got a menu that is special for Sunday - meaning we had a very limited selection. Everyone on the menu cost $9, and you have no choice but what they offer. For example, I could've gotten pancakes, but NOTHING ELSE (no meat, no eggs, nothing). $9 is steep for pancakes, but I would've gotten them if I could've added something else (like bacon or sausage). But there's no a la carte.\r
I wound up getting biscuits and gravy, which were mediocre, at best. The potatoes weren't great, but even still, I wish there was more than a small handfull. While I was eating, I kept smelling something bad, but I couldn't figure out what it was. Finally, when I took of bite of eggs, I figured out what it was - the eggs. They stunk and tasted awful as well. I couldn't even eat that bite, much less the rest of them. Gross.\r
My parnter had a pulled pork sandwich, which was awful. Here's the thing: in ten years, I've never seen her hate something to the point of not eating it, or sending it back. Never. And she couldn't eat it. But they didn't want to replace it (the compromise was giving her soup that - while not very good - was edible.\r
After we left, we went elsewhere to eat since we were still hungry.\r
Add bad service, and it makes you wonder why this place stays open (the answer is that it's in a good location w/ lots of tourists). It's hard to screw up being a greasy spoon/ breakfast place, but they managed to do it. There's just nothing at all good about this place - run as fast as you can in the oterh direction.