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Honey's Sit 'n Eat
Posted by Anonymous on 07/03/2008
After reading the revews I was looking forward to eating at Honey's, but I have to say I was very disappointed. Being of the Jewish faith I thought the potato latke was so far away from being authentic, it was burnt and dry. Not enough nova lox in the eastern omlette, the chalah was not authentic either, the pancakes were dry, breakfast quesidilla was bland and had to much egg and last but not least the cole slaw had no taste. Overall I think it was pricey and would not recommend your restaurant or return.
Posted by Rachel on 01/11/2008
Went to Honey's for my second time recently, this time for dinner. It wasn't nearly as hectic as brunch but still busy. The byob factor is nice too. We started off with the bacon cheddar fries w/ homemade ranch dip. I ordered the Mahi Mahi Tacos and my friend had the Turkey Meatloaf and Chipotle Mashed Potatoes. We also split an oversized piece of Mocha Choc cake. All were fabulous. We were stuffed to the gills and didn't burn a hole in the wallet.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/15/2007
Honey's is amazing. There are numerous vegetarian options and everything is always amazing. You have to get there early on the weekends or you have to wait. The food is always fresh and interesting. I recomend going there on a week night for a super chill experience. Try the tofu scramble and the breakfast burrrito! I recently had the lobster mac 'n cheese and it was super.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/29/2007
Posted by Anonymous on 01/15/2007
Went there for the first time with a group of friends and everyone left there smiling and full. They close at 4pm on Sundays and by the time we left it was emptying out and was rather quiet. I liked that much more then when we first got there and it was packed and noisey. We are planning to go back this Sunday as I have deemed this my favorite Sunday lunch spot.
Posted by athrahans on 09/07/2006
Honey's is the perfect place for brunch when your parents visit. Just make sure to get there extra early to get a seat, as they don't take reservations. Yummy biscuits and gravy, but don't order as a side dish. It is big enough for a meal. Their huevos rancheros dish is the best I have ever had. Service is okay--I find I get better service at the bar. Definitely worth a visit.