A perfect bar if we've ever seen one, this big-time actor hangout not only has an adorable outdoor patio (complete with sparkling Christmas lights), it has a Sunday brunch menu that kills most of the local competition. With everything made-from-scratch (flaky biscuits included), the flavor is full-on Southern and loaded with authentic zings of farm-fresh goodness. Homemade biscuits and white gravy (loaded with flecks of browned sausage), buttery, bright yellow scrambled eggs and perfectly toasted rounds of English muffins (already smothered in butter when it shows face on your table) are what breakfast cravings are made for.
The Four Moon Scramble couples eggs with huge dollops of cream cheese, sided by fried-just-right rosemary-scented breakfast potatoes. If you go the way of the Harold, expect piles of that creamed gravy on top of a couple of biscuits and a few eggs cooked any-way-you-like tossed right on top of that. The bloody Marys are stout, the parking is no problem, the PBRs are icy cold and the pool table's just standing by, waitin' on a couple quarters to get her all revved up. Oh, and as for the crowd? We've got two words: What crowd?
But this is a bar, so we should probably tell you about that part, too. It's got great beer selection (including many Belgian brews and stateside microbrews), an even greater jukebox full of classic rock, country and alternative tune, a pool table, above-average bar food (with daily specials) and a fun, low-key crowd.
Average cost: <$10
Centerstage Reviewer: Misty Tosh