Entrees With the Full Monty ($17), you have a couple of choices as far as style of the two eggs (we picked over easy) and whether you want bacon or sausage (we chose sausage). We liked the spicy andouille link, though it was slightly overdone. The plate also included wonderful rosemary potatoes and a biscuit the size of a doll's head. Another dish, the Chicken n Waffle ($20), capitalized on its main components. A plate-size waffle partnered with a crispy fried chicken breast adorned with fresh thyme sprigs. A drizzle of house-made maple syrup tied it all together with a note of sweetness. The accompanying sweet potato cubes were good, but they were missing the brown sugar, cinnamon and parsley advertised on the menu. The Baltimore ($22) boasted a worthwhile jumbo-lump crab cake with two eggs, sweet potatoes and another giant, coarse-grained biscuit. Our side of turkey bacon ($4) showed up at some point during the meal, but the lackluster slices were as flabby as a thick rubber band.