SERVED 9:00 - NOON
Our egg dishes come with our special house hash browns. Potatoes, quinoa, spinach and a touch of cheese. Incredible!
Two eggs, hash browns, toast or biscuits $8.5
Two eggs, hash browns, your choice of bacon or Banger sausage links, toast or biscuits $11
Two bacon, two Banger sausage links, two eggs, hash browns, toast or biscuit $13
CORNED BEEF HASH
Made from scratch. Corned beef, onions and our specialty hash browns and your choice of eggs $13
RCG III SCRAMBLE
Bacon, sausage, eggs, hash browns, onions, bell peppers, mushrooms and cheddar cheese. With toast or biscuit $12.5
SIX CHEESE OMELETTE
Three egg omelette with Mozzarella, Parmesan, Gouda, Swiss, Fontina, and Cheddar cheeses. Hash browns, toast or biscuits $12
Three eggs, mushrooms, onions, peppers, spinach and broccoli, cheddar and Jack cheese. Hash browns, toast or biscuit $12
ITALIAN SAUSAGE OMELETTE
Three eggs, Italian sausage, cheddar and Jack cheese. Hash browns, toast or biscuits $12.5
English muffin, Canadian bacon, poached eggs and Hollandaise served with hash browns $12.5
English muffin, corned beef, poached eggs and Hollandaise $13
English muffin, avocado, tomatoes, poached eggs and Hollandaise $13
CHICKEN FRIED STEAK*
Chicken Fried Steak, sausage gravy, two eggs and hash browns $13.5
BISCUITS AND GRAVY*
House made biscuits, sausage gravy, two eggs and hash browns. $10
Sweet cream pancakes, served with two bacon or Banger sausage and Maple syrup $10.5 / $8.5
CINNAMON ROLL PANCAKES
Three sweet cream pancakes with cinnamon icing swirl, maple syrup and butter $10
SOUTHERN FRENCH TOAST
The best French toast EVER! Battered and deep fried. Served with two pieces of bacon or two Banger sausage and Maple syrup $11
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* Can be cooked to order. Consuming raw or under cooked meats, poultry, seafood, or shellfish may increase your risk of food borne illness.
MAKE A RESERVATION
To book a table, you can call us at (509) 455-4400 OR click on the link below.
The concept of breakfast food didn't exist in the U.S. until the mid to late 1800s, according to food historian Abigail Carroll "People ate breakfast, but it looked a lot like dinner or a snack," she says. In the 1600s, breakfast was likely to be leftovers, cheese and bread, or stewed grains. Beginning in the mid 1700s to 1800s, people started to add meat and fish to their morning meal. "Meat became standard and central to breakfast and it represented growing prosperity," says Carroll.