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May 25, 2006
From journal A Grand Day Out in Fort Collins, CO
by John Lamb
Colorado Springs, Colorado
November 23, 2001
The restuarant is actually a house with a nice patio for the the summer months. This place gets crowded quickly and the wait is long on a Sunday. However, of you get there around eight you will find a seat. It is also crowded, seats jammed wherever they may fit into the tiny home. The decor is a mix of items, nothing really matching or a pair of anything to the same. But the chaos comes together quite nicely.
The food comes in heaps and it always good. The French toast is excellent and the syrup that comes with it has a nice cinnamon taste. The farmer's omelette is huge and the potatoes in it really fill a person up. The egg's benidict are also excellent. The biscuits are famous for there taste and bigness, as are the beignets. No one goes home hungry or unstatisfied from this cafe. It is great place to eat before a day of hiking.
From journal Fort Fun, Colorado