Locals Guide, 2010
Fluffy wonderful omelet, freshly-squeezed OJ, hashbrowns cooked on both sides (my husband, the chef’s, pet peeve!) and fresh baked scones. Conveniently located. Way better than the hotel breakfast.
Awesome breakfast. Scones are the best!!!! We have eaten there twice now and will probably go back again tomorrow. The specials are great. I enjoyed the eggs with lox and cream cheese. The cook added the cream cheese at the end so they became pockets of melted cheese in the eggs. The scones change regularly. They have two types: one sweet and one savory. Make sure you get one of each!!!
This place is great for breakfast or lunch. I go there at least once a month, usually for breakfast after a walk in Lithia Park. Service is excellent, food is great, price is very reasonable.
An Ashland local recommended Brothers’ to us. We had an excellent breakfast. I had a huge slab of ham, two perfectly cooked eggs, crispy hashbrowns, a home-made cheese and jalapena scone, and fresh squeezed orange juice. If we hadn’t been leaving Ashland, we would have gone back for lunch. The service is very friendly
We recently stayed overnight in Ashland and wanted to find a place for breakfast other than the usual chain restaurants along I-5. After circling several blocks downtown looking for a place for breakfast we spotted this little cafe called Brothers’. It is on main street in a building built in 1888 and is quite charming. There are flowers everywhere, inside and out. It is small, but seemed to be impeccably clean. There also seemed to be some “regulars” there which speaks to how good the food is. The food claims to be fresh and made on site and we were not disappointed. We both had omelets accompanied by home style hashbrown potatoes and we chose to have a fresh baked scone. Everything tasted wonderful and was very well prepared and more than we could eat. The server was very pleasant and kept my coffee cup full, which was also delicious. My traveling companion mentioned that it was the best omelet he had ever had away from home. They are open until 2 p.m. and specialize in breakfast and lunch. Their menu sports 20 different omelet variations and many other options including some Mexican specialties, bagels and lox, etc. We would recommend this spot for a great breakfast.
Open early, good coffee, hardy bacon, seriously friendly service – a perfect combo when you are half awake.
Came here twice on my weekend trip to Ashland and would definitely make it a must stop when visiting. The brunch is high quality and fills you up. While busy, we were seated immediately both days and had very theoretical waiters. I loved the Eggs Benedict special and really think that they should add it to their regular menu. Artichokes, roasted red peppers, yum!
Gayle and I stopped here for lunch last Tuesday and before heading off to the New Theater to see Ruined. We both liked this place a lot and look forward to coming back. There’s a lot to like about this place, especially during non-High Season times when there are no crowds. It’s located in a great Main Street location and near the Creek, Lithia Park and of course the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Inside the vibe is friendly, casual and fun. We sat downstairs and were well taken care of by Dewayne. We both ordered the half sandwich and soup combination. Both soups (roasted eggplant pepper and asparagus herb) were delicious and we really enjoyed our pastrami and turkey sandwiches (and especially the locally baked bread). We topped it all off with a glass of Ashland’s own Weisinger Chardonnay and a Rogue Mocha Porter (who years ago were located further down the creek at Taj). We left happy, but not full enough to effect our alertness during the play. However, we did sneak one of Brother’s big cookies into the show, just in case we needed an intermission nosh.