The full bar serves breakfast for you. I ate some of the best chowder ever; but the poached eggs were very hard-oh, well, I just didn't eat them. My fault, the menu said there were fried eggs in the chowder-my husband had fried eggs in his sausage-and the eggs were all top quality. Very friendly staff.
My husband and I enjoyed a Saturday morning breakfast here. I ordered a lemon blueberry pancake with an egg in it, which tasted great. My husband had a country ham breakfast. The ham was hard and salty. He couldn't eat it. When he let the waiter know that he cannot eat ham, he can get a sweeter piece of ham. The waiter told him that hams all over the country are hard and salty. Therefore, I do not recommend country ham. This restaurant has many photos and historical fragments. Make sure you are walking upstairs too. This is a very old building, unable to accommodate the disabled who need a slope. In addition, we sit at a small table 2 while there are many larger empty tables in the dining room