3 Lowell St.
When you walk in, you notice right away the tie-dye decor everywhere including the waittress’s shirts. I’ve driven by this place a million times on my way to 495, but I’ve never eaten here until now! Parking was definitely not easy because the restaurant is located at the intersection of 28 and 133, so there are a few street parking spots and we were lucky enough to grab one.
Andrew had the chocolate chip pancakes. These things are huge! Nothing too out of the ordinary. as soon as this came out we slathered it in butter and syrup and inhaled it! Joe usually loves to salty then sweet, but I like to go back and forth so we ate half of the chocolate chip pancakes first. They were sweet and fluffy. I liked that the chocolate chip flavor was not overbearing in the dish, just the right balance between pancake and chocolate.
For our salty dish, I was torn between the corn hash which is what they are known for and getting something with eggs…..In the end, eggs won. Corn hash is really a hit or miss for me, only one place has ever impressed me. So we went with the bacon and cheese omelette which was just OK. what really stood out was the hash brown! they were crispy and yummy.