Took out-of-town relatives for late brunch. Service was really good and the place has an authentic vibe. Part of that vibe, though, is that it's crowded and noisy. The menu is broad with lots of interesting choices. The cinnamon challah was very good, the pancakes, bacon (crisp as requested), and home fries were also. The two huesvos rancheros were a hit! We thought the prices were a little high.
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