Three Sisters Old Town Inn
JM ate the 2x2x2x2 with French toast, sausage, bacon and scrambled eggs.
Nichole ate the toast, bacon, eggs and hashbrowns with coffee.
The bill was $16.50, or $8.25/person, plus tip.
JM and Nichole both gave Three Sisters Old Town Inn an A- (see our grading rubric).
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Three Sisters Old Town Inn is just a diner. This affords it a certain charm to us. The lack of reviews above means that not as many others have fallen for its charms as we have.
The French toast was made from bread just slightly thicker than regular and had a sufficient egginess and just the right dash of powdered sugar. The sausage links were standard - and fortunately, JM loves standard sausage links. The bacon was thin and smoky, crinkly on the edges, and it hadn't been flattened on the grill. The scrambled eggs were a uniform, lightly done yellow.
Speaking of eggs, Nichole was stupid to order more scrambled eggs when clearly the best complement to the chewy, darkly toasted, hyperbuttered marble rye would have been some nice runny yolk. The hashbrowns were more like a raft of soft potato noodles floating on a lake of butter. Pools of butter remained on the plate when we were done. Heaven.
We have to go back someday for soup and pie, and when we do, we'll bring a book or two for the swap shelf.