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January 14, 20124.0
If you’re looking for a fancy “brunch experience” this isn’t it. Tiny’s offers a basic selection of breakfast and lunch choices that are long on flavor but short on adventure. That’s not to say there’s anything wrong with the food, atmosphere or the service – all of the above are just fine. There’s just not much to set Tiny’s apart from just about any other small town breakfast and lunch place you might encounter.
The service here is stellar and our dishes, along with those of other diners we observed, were presented promptly. We spent a long time lingering over coffee and conversation in a corner table and had time to observe a number of tables turn over. This is a very busy place! Our visit was on a rainy Friday morning….I can’t imagine what it’s like on a weekend
Breakfast is served until 11:30. Credit cards are accepted.
My companion and I each opted for two eggs (mine-over easy, his- scrambled), breakfast meat (mine-crispy bacon, his-sausage links), toast (mine-English muffin, his-wheat) and potatoes. Everything was cooked to perfection and served very quickly. My only complaint – and it’s one of personal preference – is that the potatoes served at breakfast aren’t home fries or hasbrowns, but steak fries. I find this an odd choice and would prefer something closer to homemade. We also each had coffee which was frequently and cheerfully refilled.
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