We heard about this Pittsfield establishment because of the rave reviews we read and so we had to go and see what all the fuss was about. It was crowded but two seats quickly opened up at the long L-shaped counter and with permission we started to shoot our friendly counter neighbors’ food. The half crispy omelet stuffed with brocolli and cheese that she couldn’t finish was going right back to her waitress daughter who was happy to finish it.
The chef makes each and every dish a work of culinary art from the neighbors’ fresh fruit cup topped with raspberries to Anne’s choice of the poached eggs, well-defined polenta, a whole grilled Portobello mushroom cap and fresh spinach bowl topped with shaved parmesan and a tasteful amount of chopped red pepper pesto. This bowl of wonder has to be tasted to be believed.
Steve chose the flank steak w/onions and peppers side to go with his $4 two eggs with home fries. The steak by itself was only $6.95 and it was fabulous. We added the completely unnecessary sides of crispy bacon and split sausages but we had to try them for you. They were delicious.
The cute interior is very comfy with nice angles and nooks for the tables that vary in size from a two seater where we saw one patron comfortably settle in for a Sunday morning reading and writing session to the tables of five or more.
We can’t rave enough about this little gem of a place and we left satisfied but feeling healthy not stuffed. This was one heck of a high end but very reasonably priced breakfast.
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Music by Gladden Fields