Bass had an immediate fondness for the interior of the restaurant, which had plenty of natural sunlight pouring into a warm, open dining room full of woods and earth tones. Brandy supposed that on a busy morning, what seemed to be a wide space might become very crowded and loud due to the closeness of the tables.
Brandy greatly enjoyed talking nature with her very own mountain man in a restaurant that had an obvious appreciation for freshness and quality (as their menu changes daily). Though a tad on the pricey side for brunch (entrees start at $9 and range up to $13) the portions and flavors do measure up to the dollars paid. Brandy may still be looking forward to spring, but after sending Bass back on his way to his secluded retreat, she felt a little more content to wait out the snow and cold, as long as there are more comforting brunches out there to be had.
The Short and Sweet Review