Despite the sometimes indifferent service, long wait time when it's busy, and pretty dinky portions, I think this is my favorite weekend brunch place overall. Their options are all so different from one another, but all so tasty. Order the Monte Cristo (with syrup) first, then the Fuji apple and brie omelette the next, then the soy-marinated beef tenderloin scramble with peavines, then the morning pasta (sans added bacon because it's too salty with), et cetera, et cetera. What I'm saying is that it's all good. I can never decide. I also like their eggs benedict, but you can get that anywhere, unlike some of the other dishes. I hear their stuffed french toast and huevos rancheros are good too.
They make a nice Bloody Mary with pickled green beans. The coffee is strong and very good and keeps on flowing while the kitchen works on your food. The restaurant is tiny, so they have a hard time seating big groups. Unless you come really early, be prepared to wait a good long time for a table. There's always parking out front during brunch because it's at the periphery of Capitol Hill and the Pike/Pine Corridor.