First off, the food is really good. The brie and lobster omelet was the bomb, and the biscuit and gravy side dish is enough for a meal. Our waiter, Christopher, was prompt, efficient, and friendly. However, when we arrived, we were told by the hostess it was a 20 minute wait. She repeated my name, party of two, and asked if we could wait. No problem, we went to sit outside with several other people. As everyone around us was called in, I went back in 25 minutes later. The hostess looked at me like I had 3 heads, told me no one with my name was on the list for a party of 2, but they'd try to work me in, with a very nonchalant attitude. WTH? Fortunately, the manager found us a table right away. After that less than welcoming beginning, the rest of our breakfast was perfect.
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