The menu is clearly divided into sections: eggs, skillets, pancakes, waffles, French toast and lunch items. I was stuck at my visit between two sweet possibilities, but thanks to the recommendation of my waitress I went with the cinnamon roll French toast.
I'm so glad I made that choice because it was amazing. I'm not a big French toast person, but the three pieces of sliced cinnamon roll bread, each as big as my hand, tasted delicious.
Each round slice was about eight inches, with a spiral of cinnamon flavor running through, cinnamon piled on top, with a heavy pour of vanilla glaze across each piece. It was all I could do not to shovel it down because it was that good. Rich and flavorful without being cloying and thick, it was a great treat to have on a morning where I was too tired to think through things.
To mix up some textures, I got a side of thick sausage links that were pretty standout on their own. I've found in the past that sausage links can sometimes be small and easily overcooked. But the links that came with my French toast were plump and juicy and practically as thick around as my wrist.