I was referred to Molly's by a stranger
on the street as they said "downtown didn't have any breakfast options." You could tell this was a restaurant that a family had bought or taken over. To spite the decor, this was one of the best, most filling, cheapest breakfasts I've had in a long time. The waitstaff was very informative of specials, always kept my coffee full and you could tell they treated their guests as family, (assuming that most of the dining room was regulars). The huge menu offered some surprises I have never seen and will go back to try. At one point I actually asked the couple next to us what they ordered because it was a mountain of food served in a pasta bowl! I would have given it 4 stars had the place looked a little nicer.