We heard from several people that this restaurant was a can’t-miss destination in the Columbus area. Although it didn’t look like much from the outside, the place was almost full when we arrived, adding weight to the argument.
The inside decor was eclectic and a bit weird.
To be fair, they’re best known for their breakfasts. We shared our lunches, both of which were off the day’s specials menu. The food was OK, although the quesadilla was tastier than the crab burrito.
And it was just after the lunch crush, so the slightly sticky feeling might not be typical. Still, if you’re looking for somewhere to eat in the Columbus area, you can miss this place.