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February 15, 2012

The Good Egg

I love going out for breakfast more than going out for dinner. My favorite breakfast place isThe Eggery restaurant in the Uptown Plaza, (it used to be called the Good-Egg). They are throughout the valley but none can compare to the Good Egg on Central and Camelback Rd
Come on inside and see how nice is this place.
The insde
Careful, watch your step.
 They have a "Country Charm" setting but not a "Country Cafe" look.

 On our left, a private room with morning light. Seats around forty-five people.

Our server, April, she is so friendly people request to be seated in her area.

 Old booths in solid oak and vintage lighting.

The large banquet room, I took pictures from the mirror to try to capture the full size of the room but did not do it justice for size, the room is pretty big. It seats approximately 85-100 people. Do you see the lighted dome in the mirror? 
Whalla! A close-up look.
Does it bubble-out or in? Go back to the previous picture to find out.

And the food? Oh! Taste and see...
 Kristen ordered the crepes.

 I ordered the spinach omelet.

The service is friendly and attentive. The homemade cinnamon rolls are steaming and streaming with icing, large enough for two. You owe it to yourself to pay a visit to the Good-Egg. A small secret, just around the corner in the same plaza  is one of my favorite antique stores, The Antiques on Central, 36 E. Camelback Rd. 
(Shhhh, The antique store is one of my secret getaways. Shhhhh)


Kristen Payan's "La Vie Amoureuse Photography"

This is my second restaurant review. The first review was Oregano's

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