Only classic OJ's on offer, but large glasses are always an excellent way to keep the buzz going.
The menu charitably has a few non-pig and even non-meat options to supplement the excellent namesake items, but serving fried pork and waffles on a sloped wooden board leaves the eater fighting with their food every time they add syrup. Dipping just isn't the same.
Our waitress was very accommodating with both our requests for group photos and menu modifications (provide us an omelette option at your own risk), and our glasses were rarely empty despite our usual number of refills.
The diner vibe in the dining area is quite pleasant (although we don't quite get the blown-up dollar bills on the walls?), but we'd be remiss if we didn't mention the bathroom: It's covered in pictures of pigs, and we don't mean cute cartoon ones, but an actual collage of pink, black-haired little pigs and their snouts and creepy tails. It's haunting.
The dining room has a cozy, bright feel, which couldn't be more opposite from whatever's going on in the basement.
Most brunch items can be combined with the bottomless offerings for $26, which is about as competitive a deal as you'll find, but are accordingly unremarkable.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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