I went to Cafe du Village because it was suggested by a friend. We were a group of 5. It was brunch time on a Saturday, and we were promptly seated on the lovely back patio. We all got coffee, water, and oj. I couldn't decide whether I wanted a sweet or a savory breakfast, so one of my friends and I finally chose to split two dishes: the corned beef hash with two poached eggs and a biscuit, and the blueberry pancakes. Another friend got the chicken panini, and the other two got the corned beef hash. The blueberry pancakes were to DIE for! So sweet and delicious, lightly dusted in powdered sugar. There was really no need for syrup. And the homemade corned beef hash and biscuit were amazing, but the real treat? The savory potatoes with caramelized onions and peppers. I really loved this place, and will go back as soon as I get the chance. The only complaint I heard was from the two coffee drinkers in the group. Apparently the coffee was weak, which is surprising for a French place. But they were willing to forgive Cafe du Village because the food is so awesome. I recommend it highly.
Pros: Incredible blueberry pancakes and potatoes, corned-beef hash, fluffy homemade biscuits, and a fun French waiter.
Cons: Weak coffee. But the food makes up for it.