Entering at just after 10am on 3/18 with my grand son, we sat at the table right in from for approx 8 minutes. Having settled my grandson and trying to keep him entertained, which was no great task, by the way there were only 2 occupied tables in the place, I took him back to were the so called waiter was and ask for directions to the bathroom. He pointed the way and I asked if he could get me coffee and chocolate milk, we would be right back. Returning from the R/R, waiting another 10 minutes, seating another table and helping them, he came over and asked if he could help us. I asked for coffee, water no ice and chocolate milk, and while he was there could he take our order. Sure he said. I order for my grand son bacon sandwich with mayo, (he hardly eats anything, but the kid was hungry waiting for the parade), I order scrambled eggs and wheat toast. Easy enough order you would think. Finally, he came back with 2 pieces of buttered toast, 3 strips of bacon and a pack of mayo and said to me this is for his sandwich. and then set mine down. I asked him if he could bring us our drinks, after puffing he brought me cold black coffee no cream or sugar, water full of ice and white milk. I sent buttered toast back it was for a sandwich, the waiter asks why, I can't use the buttered toast. Waiter left took toast, I tasted my very salty eggs and said that was it. I packed up my grandson explained to the waiter, "" He can't eat sandwich if you don't get us bread, he can't drink milk no chocolate, I can't eat eggs, for fear of heart attack due to salt, coffee would have been nice, but you gave me no cream or sugar. This was the worst 45 min experience I have ever received at a restaurant no one I know will ever frequent this establishment, I even tell strangers I meet about the experience. Luckily I had an apple and granola bar in my purse for my grandson. The parade was great. Thank you to the group next to me for helping entertain my 4 year old grandson.
Cons: waiter and hostess and cooks