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September 7, 2007
From journal Ogunquit Getaway
April 28, 2004
Start with freshly brewed coffee and fruit juices, and then try the lobster Benedict ($12.95). Ask about the daily specials. They make terrific waffles and French toast, loaded with black or blueberries and topped with whipped cream. Get your choice of pancake syrup or for an additional $.95; ask for a small container of their real Maine pure maple syrup. Also available is a large choice of omelettes, fruit, freshly baked oversized fruit muffins, or even bagel with cream cheese and smoked salmon ($7.25).
Very interesting artefacts covered the walls. They have received many awards for their coffee and chocolate chip cookies, as attested by the wall of plaques near the restrooms.
Parking is in front and with patio outside. If there is a line, give your name, get your coffee (free refills), and sit outside until they call your name. Limited counter service is also available.
The service and food are excellent.
From journal Watching the Ocean Tides