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maltby cafe--been there?

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I've heard great things---has anyone been out there for brunch?

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  1. > I've heard great things---has anyone been out there for brunch?

    Yup. I'm huge on it. Particularly like the Country Benedict.

    If you don't go right after they open or right before they close, be prepared to wait 30-45 minutes.

    1. I *love* that place! Everything I`ve had there is to die for. All the scrambles are good, and the potatoe dishes. Don`t pass up the cinnamon rolls (but be warned that one roll is enough for four people!)

      I`ve usually waited 45 min to an hour, but it`s definitely worth it. There`s some neat little shops across the way to wander in while you wait.

      1. Where is it located?

        1. Fascinating to read all these posts between the cognoscenti. For those of us more benighted: where be Maltby?

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          1. re: Robert

            You're absolutely right. On boards with wide geographical ranges like this one, we ask users to provide (in the subject title if possible, but at LEAST in the message bodies) a clue as to location.

            But here are a couple of quick and minor suggestions to YOU re: posting protocal:

            first, please don't change the subject title unless the conversation has drifted to the point where that title no longer applies. Your comment, above, could well have stayed under the same subject title.

            second, we have tens of thousands of users. Posting as "Robert" will keep everyone from getting to know and remember you. Most posters use first and last names, and some use "handles". But whatever you do, please do pick a distinctive nametag so you won't remain an anonymous ghost in the chowhound machine!

            And....welcome! Nice to have you aboard!

            1. re: Robert

              > Fascinating to read all these posts between the cognoscenti. For those of us more benighted: where be Maltby?

              Snohomish. Follow the link for the Citysearch entry.

              Link: http://seattle.citysearch.com/profile...