We read the reviews on this site, (mainly positive) and decided to give it a try for Sunday Brunch. We were not happy. The mimosas are 6 dollars and have almost no champagne in them (yes, that's 6 bucks for a glass of juice) and our food was just not worth the trip. My husband's burrito was tasty but SMALL. Everything on the plate was small (fruit, black beans, burrito). We paid 5.95 for an adult waffle for my son and it was tiny with a little bit of a sliced banana and a couple of strawberry pieces and overcooked to the point of being dry and crunchy. We added bacon for another two dollars (now we're up to 7.95 for a waffle and some bacon) and it was GREASY and way overcooked. When I asked for some that was not too done it came out quite quickly but that was because they had deep fried it in the fryer - terrible texture and dripping in grease.....(I know bacon is greasy, this went waaaaaay beyond acceptable - I had to sop it with my napkin). My eggs benedict were cold (ice cold), one of the poached eggs was still raw on the egg white, the potatos were still crunchy from not being cooked enough and they were cold (entire plate was cold). My husband said his food was cold (something that is not a big deal to him) but by comparison it was way hotter than mine. We were trying to locate our waitress at this point but she was busy sitting at another table rolling silver and talking to other servers. My husband let me have a few bites of his food (I really didn't want to try anything else) and then we went to our local Carrabba's by our house to have a real lunch. Never a bad time there. Here's the thing, we are not that picky. All I want is fully cooked, hot food with a waiter. I work in this business and eat in bars and 5 star restaurants - wherever the food is good, sometimes sacrificing good service for good food. I just have to tell you, this place has neither.
Pros: Easy to get in......
Cons: Everything else