They do say breakfast is the most important meal of the day...McKenna’s has it covered. Tasty food, generous portions, great atmosphere. You might have to wait a little while, but don’t let this put you off- highly recommended.
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McKenna’s is that family-run type of cafe that excels at great comfort food. No idea if it’s true, but all the front staff seemed so friendly & comfortable together that they must be related. We went on Sunday morning so of course a wait since...More
This is the second time we have had breakfast there and have enjoyed it each time. We have had breakfast plates with combinations of eggs, ham, steak, sausages and bacon, as well as Mexican style food and wraps. We have not been disappointed.
This was the best kept secret from even the locals. Now its reputation has gotten out and extremely busy, but service and food quality hasn't suffered. I was excited to see that they added turkey sausage and turkey bacon to the menu; it was the...More
McKenna's is about a 10-minute drive from the Doubletree Bayside Hotel (near the Kennedy Library) where we stayed. It was friendly, crowded (mostly with locals), offered excellent food and a huge selection, reasonable prices and excellent service. Could not have been better for breakfast. Only...More
I live on Savin Hill and have been coming here for years! The prices are great, the food is plentiful, and the food is excellent!
For the most part I've had good experiences and will return. The bacon is too hard at times, burnt toast a couple times but I swear they have good breakfast options, try them out and you will get your monies worth...
There was a line with a long 30 minute wait but we had already driven from one place so we didn't want to try and find another; especially since our driver was not familiar with this area. A couple of us waited outside to soak...More
On the positive side, this place has really good food (and coffee/tea) in a small but nicely decorated cafe. However, the service was REALLY slow especially given that there were only 4 or 5 tables with customers. Also, the kitchen/dishwasher area (no door) is visible...More