Bright and early (okay, closer to 9 am) on Sunday morning Paige and I made our way to Clary's for breakfast. I first learned of this place in the Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil book that I started reading once I booked my tickets to Savannah (I have 10 pages left!). I also saw a few people recommending Clary's on line.
Luckily, we only had to wait about 10 minutes before being seated: we were hungry. Everyone in the cafe was super nice and friendly. The menu was quite extensive, but I knew I wanted something Southern. I started with coffee, while Paige sipped on her Diet Coke.
I decided to order Hoppel Poppel: just the name on its own sounded like fun. I've also never tried Kosher Salami. I wonder if they cook with Kosher Salami because of the proximity of Congregation Mickve Israel, which Paige and I eventually found. Paige had biscuits with gravy and two eggs.
I really liked my meal...and for the price, it was superb! This is really a very casual, low-key place. No need to wear your Sunday best. For dinner, however, we dressed up :)