We got there around 8:30 and had to wait for a table so it was nice to be able to look at all the crazy decorations as well as the plates of food. I got a simple bacon and eggs with hash browns and my...More
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People wait outside in lines for this place. A good or bad review won't change that. This place is established and adored by locals and travelers alike. We waited 25 minutes to be seated, 35 for food to get to us. They are a small,...More
The Sage Port Grille is an out of the way place that serves good food at reasonable prices. The families (7) met for breakfast. Everyone had their choice, where the focus on waffles and french toast was by word of the day. One will have...More
I know what you're thinking........hasn't she written a review on the place before? And yes, the answer is yes! The food here is fresh, tasty, amazingly good, and it doesn't matter how many times you visit, it's always this way!!!!! The Hash house breakfast is...More
If you want to get an idea what the Tri Cities was probably like in 1940 ... you got to have breakfast or lunch at the Sage Port Grill. You will wait for the kitchen to prepare your food, it doesn't matter. You can kill...More
The loaded Mimosas are awesome! Had Eggs Benedict which was very good too. It's a good sized breakfast with a lot of potatoes. If you aren't a big eater you could share with someone. They do take reservations which is good because they are busy...More
One of the best places to eat in the entire TC! Food is great, portions are plentiful, and a fun atmosphere. Sorry folks who frequent this place, the word is now out!!