We pulled up nice and early, and were greeted by a lovely woman with a nice smile. She sat us in a booth and brought the menus and drinks. The place was re-decorated to a much classier atmosphere, but still tough enough to withstand family visits. The restaurant is big and laid out enough that toddlers will not be disturbing to others, but nice enough to feel like you're treating yourself to a classy breakfast.
The breakfast menu was on the small side, but compiled of plates created with purpose. There was something delicious to please every palate, and we were eager to dig in.
The food came in about 10-15 minutes, about average timing. The kids' food came first- A nice fluffy Belgian waffle topped with whipped cream and berries. We weren't able to snap a picture before they dug into it, but here is a slightly mangled view of the food while we hold them back for 2 unbearable seconds.
I ordered the 1951 Benedict. An adapted benny, served over french bread and topped with Swiss cheese, roasted peppers, spinach and a poached egg. It was delicious!
After the meal, the waitress brought over a nice plate of fruit for the kids to munch on while we finished our coffee.
The staff was great, the food was fantastic, and the decor was classy. The bill was on the higher side, but its a great place to go for a nice family breakfast. I highly recommend it.