Found this place online and it looked okay by the photos don't they all though? I coaxed three others to go to breakfast here. So, 4 of us found it and yes it seemed somewhat busy for 11 AM on a weekday. One side with windows was cleaner and filled with patrons. The other side, no windows and nearly empty. When we entered we were told to sit anywhere we want. We found a table for 4, with and extra table for 2 pushed up to it on the windowless side.
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Friday special of breaded fish is great. Simple but good value. No frills restaurant, always full with happy customers. Thanks so much for your support and 5 star review. We are so happy to hear you enjoyed our great food and service. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you again soon. You know it's a good place when there is a line for breakfast. My niece goes to college nearby and this has become our place for breakfast when I visit.
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