Eats is always mobbed on the weekends, so we like coming to this cafe for a cup of coffee and panko-crusted chicken and waffles during the week (when the lines are shorter). If you’re in the mood for eggs, the Mexican scramble comes with black beans, pico de gallo, and tortilla chips, and will keep you full well after lunch.
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