30692 review-morning-brunch-greeted-pete-assuming morning-brunch-greeted-pete-assuming http://www.peteseggnest.feedback/review-morning-brunch-greeted-pete-assuming 8 8 8 0 0 0 This morning we had brunch here.  We were greeted by Pete, I'm assuming.  We had parked in a spot that was posted 30 minutes and threatened towing so I asked him about it.  He reassured me it was OK and asked what kind of car so I told him.  He looked out the door periodically and he may have been checking for parking control officers.  At any rate, our car was there when we returned and there was no ticket. The place has an old school breakfast place look, the kind of place where i immediately feel comfortable.  Pete's warm welcome added to that.  Someone took our drink orders, iced tea for both and then a woman who I'd guess was Pete's wife took our orders.  I ordered the Athenian Greek scramble, which contained three eggs, cut up gyro meat, green onions, feta and I can't remember what else except it was topped by tzadziki.  It comes w/ hashbrowns and pita.  Alan ordered a chicken fried steak scramble after discussing his need for lower sodium.  He asked for the cheese on the side and egg bread toast.  It also comes w/ hashbrowns.  We ordered strawberries to share. My scramble was delicious, so tasty, particularly w/ the tzadziki and gyros.  The pita was soft and warm.  I picked off some of the crunchy bits of the hashbrowns and they were great.  Alan was worried that the sausage gravy covering the steak was higher in salt than would be good for him, so he ate maybe half.  The taste he gave me was delicious.  If I hadn't had so much food of my own I would have finished his.  The strawberries were fresh and firm and got tastier as they warmed up.  It was a great brunch.  I see in another review that they're dog friendly.  I love that.  They're also family and everybody else friendly too, from young adults to older folks like us.  Nice place. <p>This morning we had brunch here.  We were greeted by Pete, I&rsquo;m assuming.  We had parked in a spot that was posted 30 minutes and threatened towing so I asked him about it.  He reassured me it was OK and asked what kind of car so I told him.  He looked out the door periodically and he may have been checking for parking control officers.  At any rate, our car was there when we returned and there was no ticket. The place has an old school breakfast place look, the kind of place where i immediately feel comfortable.  Pete&rsquo;s warm welcome added to that.  Someone took our drink orders, iced tea for both and then a woman who I&rsquo;d guess was Pete&rsquo;s wife took our orders.  I ordered the Athenian Greek scramble, which contained three eggs, cut up gyro meat, green onions, feta and I can&rsquo;t remember what else except it was topped by tzadziki.  It comes w/ hashbrowns and pita.  Alan ordered a chicken fried steak scramble after discussing his need for lower sodium.  He asked for the cheese on the side and egg bread toast.  It also comes w/ hashbrowns.  We ordered strawberries to share. My scramble was delicious, so tasty, particularly w/ the tzadziki and gyros.  The pita was soft and warm.  I picked off some of the crunchy bits of the hashbrowns and they were great.  Alan was worried that the sausage gravy covering the steak was higher in salt than would be good for him, so he ate maybe half.  The taste he gave me was delicious.  If I hadn&rsquo;t had so much food of my own I would have finished his.  The strawberries were fresh and firm and got tastier as they warmed up.  It was a great brunch.  I see in another review that they&rsquo;re dog friendly.  I love that.  They&rsquo;re also family and everybody else friendly too, from young adults to older folks like us.  Nice place.</p> 2016-08-04T16:02+0000

This morning we had brunch here.  We were greeted by Pete, I’m assuming.  We had parked in a spot that was posted 30 minutes and threatened towing so I asked him about it.  He reassured me it was OK and asked what kind of car so I told him.  He looked out the door periodically and he may have been checking for parking control officers.  At any rate, our car was there when we returned and there was no ticket. The place has an old school breakfast place look, the kind of place where i immediately feel comfortable.  Pete’s warm welcome added to that.  Someone took our drink orders, iced tea for both and then a woman who I’d guess was Pete’s wife took our orders.  I ordered the Athenian Greek scramble, which contained three eggs, cut up gyro meat, green onions, feta and I can’t remember what else except it was topped by tzadziki.  It comes w/ hashbrowns and pita.  Alan ordered a chicken fried steak scramble after discussing his need for lower sodium.  He asked for the cheese on the side and egg bread toast.  It also comes w/ hashbrowns.  We ordered strawberries to share. My scramble was delicious, so tasty, particularly w/ the tzadziki and gyros.  The pita was soft and warm.  I picked off some of the crunchy bits of the hashbrowns and they were great.  Alan was worried that the sausage gravy covering the steak was higher in salt than would be good for him, so he ate maybe half.  The taste he gave me was delicious.  If I hadn’t had so much food of my own I would have finished his.  The strawberries were fresh and firm and got tastier as they warmed up.  It was a great brunch.  I see in another review that they’re dog friendly.  I love that.  They’re also family and everybody else friendly too, from young adults to older folks like us.  Nice place.