Andy's Flour Power was recommended by a friend with glowing praise. On our recent trip, we decided we'd go for Sunday morning breakfast. They open at 8:00 a.m. We arrived about 8:15 a.m. to be greeted with a line stretching out the door. We put our name on the list and I overheard someone say, "Well, the ones who were here at 8 should be finishing by about 8:40....then we'll start being seated." There's not many tables in Flour Power, but the food made the wait well worth the little extra time it took to be seated.
Breakfast items include different versions of French toast, omelets, waffles, etc. There was also a chalkboard listing the different morning specials. I've learned if you're in a hurry, always pick a daily special. Specials will normally be ready to plate and you will be served quicker. True to form, I order the shrimp and grits special and H chose the Eggs Benedict. Yes, we were almost finished with our breakfast before nearby tables who ordered at almost the same time as us were receiving their food.
There's also a bakery on-site and the display case was packed with several types of danishes, cookies, muffins and morning pastries. The bread rack wasn't filled yet, but the menu shows a wide variety from which to choose.
Here's a link to their Facebook page Andy's Flour Power Cafe. A quick Google search shows a number of great reviews on Yelp as well as Urban Spoon.
Shrimp & Grits with Gouda
I would definitely go there again, but would either be in line at 8 a.m. or wait until the first seating would be finishing up their meal,