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  • Alissa M.

    I must say, I am VERY impressed by this place! Not many places can provide great service to the volume of people they accommodate, but t's definitely does! I ordered the #4, the park ave platter; consisting of 2 fluffy pancakes, 2 egg-ham and cheese omelette, 2 strips bacon and sausage, home fries, and a choice of toast. Everything was cooked properly and tasted great! I ordered real maple syrup for $1.29. My boyfriend ordered the smokehouse breakfast burrito and too, was happily surprised by the quantity. There was a perfect balance of egg, cheese, meat, and vegetables. As for beverages, I tried their orange-mango mimosa and the "strawberry fields forever" mimosa with strawberry and orange juice. Both were very pleasing and had a good balance. My boyfriend had an iced coffee and was satisfied as well. Overall, I will definitely be returning! I was very impressed by the quality of everything. For such a high-volume restaurant, they're doing a superior job!

    (5)
  • Rebecca O.

    Large mimosas with tons of different flavors, yes please! We've been coming to T's for several years. Generally, the service is spot on, attentive enough without being overwhelming in the morning. If you come after 9:30am on a weekend prepare for a wait. When we come before then we never wait for more than a few minutes. The seating can be weird, too often we're at a tiny table basically on top of another party. Why can't I ever have a comfy booth?! If it's summer time order the Lobster Benedict. This is a decadent seasonal item that I dream about. Warm buttery lobster on top of focaccia bread with scallion cream cheese, poached eggs, and hollandaise. You won't regret your choice here, I'm salivating just thinking about it. My boyfriend typically orders the Narragansett Skillet with English muffins and poached eggs. The hollandaise combined with the maple sausage apple hash is unique and tasty. Other favorites of ours are the Sweet Maple "Heavens To Betsy" Omelet and corned beef hash. We never enjoyed the French toast (weird flavor), Ooey Gooey French Toast (a way too rich cinnamon bun French toast), and Grilled Bacon and Cheese Stuffed French Toast (too heavy for breakfast). T's definitely has something for everyone and is delicious 99% of the time. If you come on a weekend for brunch I'm sure you'll see me, I'm the one ordering all the mimosas!

    (4)
  • Melba C.

    If you're even considering ordering the buffalo home fries, just do it. As I was eating them I wished I had ordered two portions. ~Still dreaming of them~ The cheese-stuffed French toast was good and the combination of cheese and syrup is intriguing to one's tastebuds. Those home fries though...

    (4)
  • Alex F.

    T's is a very good place to get breakfast they have a good amount of choices for gluten free such as omelets and eggs they have gluten free bread so you can do gluten free French toast as well. Before being diagnosed with celiac I would always get the pancakes and Belgium waffles and those were always good as well, however they're about ten to fifteen percent more expensive than the average breakfast chain or mom and pop breakfast diner.

    (4)
  • Roxana I.

    Quite possibly my favorite thing about Rhode Island is T's. I'm going to miss it while I'm back home in NY. The service is impeccable, so polite and very prompt. The ambiance is cheerful and welcoming. Then it comes down to the food, which is absolutely spectacular. I really appreciate a place that has so many options and also has a seasonal menu. My favorite is the narrangansett skillet with poached eggs, just can't go wrong with that. They have different flavored coffee, which I always go for. Their pancakes are huge and fluffy. The home fries are addicting and always fresh. The muffins are also made fresh everyday, try the pistachio one and thank me later. They also serve brunch drinks like mimosas and such. To top it off their prices are moderate and the portions are huge. It's never a miss here but always a hit! A girl from NY can always appreciate a good diner and this is one of the best.

    (5)
  • Nora H.

    Cute little breakfast spot. Went during the week and was seated quickly. Service was quick too. Had a garden omelette which was delicious. They had a seasonal menu with a bunch of lobster options and a few different types mimosas. Solid spot for breakfast.

    (4)
  • Melissa M.

    I've heard about T's for a few years but never had a chance to go before today. the service and food was great ( the company I was with not so much boooo). my only compliant was lack of parking in the parking lot. pro tip: park on the side streets right behind the restaurant if able.

    (4)
  • Katie P.

    That's what I'm talkin' about! Came here for breakfast this morning, and I found my new favorite menu item...the smokehouse burrito! A massive burrito with bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, cheese, and fresh green peppers and red onion...served with homemade salsa and sour cream. It was the perfect combo of crunchy, salty, creamy goodness! The only thing I'd change next time is asking for the sour cream and salsa on the side. Otherwise it comes on top and makes the burrito soggy...making it start to fall apart while eating it...no bueno. The hubster had the farmers market omelet, and he no complaints...the plate was licked clean! The service was friendly, we were seated immediately, and the food came out hot and fast! Take note East Greenwich branch! This is how it's done!

    (5)
  • Kel S.

    T's is a cute and delicious place to grab brunch, when you happen to be in Cranston. There are few breakfast options in town, but I'm glad this is one of them. The booths are quite cozy and the food is good. The cost is middle-of-the road, for what you get. The portions are ginormous, and offerings that we have elected are not the healthiest, but delicious and satisfying. There is often a wait (we've been twice on a Saturday) so, I would suggest you get there prior to 10:00 if you are hungry. We were told when we arrived, close to 11:00, that we would have a 20 minute wait, it was over 1/2 hour. For dinner, I can wait. Breakfast, usually I wouldn't. They do offer AM beverage selections, including mimosa's, but I have yet to try them.

    (4)
  • Angela I.

    The first time I went here with my boyfriend, we got into a fight about something and I ordered the Rose Window Waffle because I wanted to stop being angry. See, the waffle comes with heaps of peaches, and I knew, as that song by The Presidents of the United States of America goes, that peaches are "nature's candy." And candy always makes things better, especially when it's on a waffle and you get to have coffee at the same time. Flash forward several months to this Sunday, when my guy and I end up back at T's because I remembered how freaking good that waffle was. We were told by the host that the wait would be 25 minutes - no big, considering it was a weekend morning. When we asked for coffee while we waited, however, the host looked at us like this was a big ask. Coffee proved to be the biggest problem of the morning from that point on. When we were seated, we still had coffee, and I was looking forward to ordering a grilled cheese and tomato soup. I missed the fine print where it says that lunch is served Monday through Saturday, however, and had to rethink options for a while, as it was getting into the afternoon. It would've saved time for our server if she had pointed this out to us, though my own fault for myopic eyesight and looking past all other text once I see the words "grilled cheese." We were asked if we were drinking regular coffee. My date replied that we were, we ordered brunch, not lunch, and we were on our way. Sort of. When the food arrived, it was pretty cold. I was disappointed with both the size and quality of my omelette, which contained brie, apples, and maple sausage. The brie was so runny and processed that I questioned if it was the real stuff. The sausage tasted more like hot dogs than breakfast sausage. Even the side of "warm cinnamon apples" was lukewarm at best. Totally not worth the money. My date's food was actually all right- he got the Narragansett Skillet with regular hash instead of maple, which was a solid choice. The home fries were tasty, as was the hollandaise. Still, the egg dish wasn't served hot. Back to the coffee- at least ten minutes in, my date asked me, "Do you think she asked if we were drinking regular or decaf as a formality?" because our server had never refilled the coffee. When we asked for it to be replenished, there was another wait before my cup was filled, but not my date's. Eventually, he had to ask again, and finally gave up on the coffee by the time she brought it. The restaurant was a little busy, but here's my one request: if something is going to take longer than usual, let a guest know so that they don't think you've forgotten. And no matter how crazy things may get, there is never, never a good excuse for cold eggs at brunch.

    (2)
  • Nicole W.

    T's is good spot to grab breakfast. The food is what I would call perfectly average, and there's nothing wrong with that. They make pretty OK french toast and their home fries are nice and crispy. I like the coffee and their stoneware mugs. I want to like their baked apples but they taste almost like they come out of a can and are then quickly warmed up. Still, fruit is always a nice option with breakfast. Also, they are very generous with the butter.

    (3)
  • Allison R.

    I feel like its hard to really mess up breakfast. T's isn't a place I would wait for 45 minutes for again, but if it was free and clear I'd surely stop in. I was late to meet my friends as usual, but luckily this meant I only had to wait for 25 of the 45 minute wait to get in for brunch on Columbus Day. They should do a coffee service or something when waits get long...I legit contemplated running back to Reservoir Ave to get a coffee until we could go in. The waitress sat us over in the dining room next to a window, you could tell we were a bit of a larger group as a 2 top was placed next to a booth to accommodate 5 adults and a toddler. Coffee came out fast, and our waitress was really pushing to take our orders ASAP. I'm not sure if they had to flip the tables quickly or what, as the line outside was still growing and it was past 1 (remember they close at 3). 2 friends ordered off the lunch menu, another got the rose waffle without yogurt (as they didn't know what brand it was and certain ones upset his stomach), and I got the Narragansett skillet. So the food was good, but definitely was not made to the description. The skillet was supposed to have maple sausage in the apple sausage hash....it was made with ham steak or Canadian bacon instead. How do I know this? I draw the line with pork products at the occasional breakfast sausage. Bacon, ham, chops, etc....do not enter my system unless mixed in something i can't pick it out of or request it not to be in. Apple maple sausage hash sounded soooooo good, instead the apples were nearly raw and the sausage was not sausage. The homefries did come with a warning that they were a home fry hashbrown hybrid, so i took that with a grain of salt as the potatoes presented to me were battered and fried. I asked for the hollandaise on the side, and I'm glad I did. It needed a bit of stirring, and i couldn't put my finger on if it was house made or a mix. One thing I'd love to see them offer is that you can get the homefries with a sandwich. I totally would have gone for a more lunch like option (as it was 1 or so by the time food was delivered) if i could have gotten those instead of chips or fries.

    (3)
  • Chanceny K.

    I feel like this place could be 5 stars but the service I got yesterday was not that great. We got there at 10:30 and didn't leave till 12pm. We only a party of three too. So getting our food was pretty quick but our waitress didn't much attention to us. I mean it wasn't crazy busy but it was slightly busy. I grew up in Cranston and this was the go to spot in High school. The food was very good but it was just the service. This will not stop me from going.

    (3)
  • Aimee Z.

    This place is very busy the food was great and the coffee was excellent! Our waitress was very informative. There were several choices on the menu it was hard to choose with so many great options! My husband and I both loved our meal and will go again to try something different

    (4)
  • Stephanie C.

    You had my at your home fries T's. I can't say enough great things about T's Restaurant. The service is always spot on and the wait staff is friendly. I sat at the bar because there was a wait for a table and had the most delicious iced vanilla coffee and it was a generous portion. I also had scrambled eggs, home fries, bacon, and a toasted English muffin (the only way to have them). The scrambled eggs were cooked well and fresh, the bacon wasn't overly done but also wasn't overly fatty and the home fries were cooked to golden perfection. A great place to go with family, friends, or a hot date. I have been back many times and will be again in the future.

    (5)
  • Matthew J.

    Best Breakfast in RI food and service wise... They have mastered Eggs Benidict among other Breakfast favorites.. pick your time right as it gets busy and is a bit pricey compared to other breakfast places but wourth it....one of the Best!

    (5)
  • Jillian B.

    We arrived at T's at 1 pm on a Saturday for brunch and we were seated immediately. The restaurant wasn't too crowded surprisingly, for a weekend. We ordered a #5 (2 eggs, home fries, English muffin), a florentine eggs Benedict and a side of a grilled cinnamon bun. Our food came out pretty quickly. I was very disappointed as my scrambled eggs came out cold and they tasted pretty rubbery. I did not enjoy them at all! I had asked for a toasted English muffin but received a grilled one instead. The home fries were pretty good, thankfully. My boyfriend said that his Benedict was not warm and the sauce tasted cheap and bland - he was not too thrilled with his dish. He did however, enjoy his home fries. The side of the grilled cinnamon bun was alright. The frosting on top tasted very artificial, which we did not enjoy. I saw all of these positive reviews for T's and I am disappointed. This was a very overrated breakfast restaurant. We will not be coming back!

    (2)
  • Kendra N.

    Went for breakfast, the omelet and buffalo home fries were delicious. I was impressed that they had whole wheat english muffins, don't find that too often. They have great brewed flavored coffee, I got the maple French toast coffee it was great! The server had a great sense of humor and was very attentive even thought the restaurant was very busy. Only downfall would be the limited parking.

    (5)
  • Grace D.

    Ok, typically, I'm a snob for adorable mom'n pop breakfast joints, but this small RI chain offers the attentive service and big flavor often associated with the hole-in-the wall eateries. My husband and I love this place! It can get packed on weekend mornings, but T's is worth the wait (usually 15-20 min max). We were both addicted to the Fireside Skillet, which included buffalo home fries (ah-mazing!), poached egg and hollandaise Benedict with shave steak. The waitstaff are incredibly friendly and efficient. The food is always consistent, too! No matter what you order, T's does not disappoint!

    (5)
  • Todd M.

    went to the cranston location which doesn't have a full liquor license which is fine. But just letting you know if you want a morning drink with your breakfast. The good was just OK to averse I feel. Some of it was bland and No real amazing taste to it. Pancakes could have been fluffier and more blueberries in it. For the price I feel the portions could have been bigger. Can also get pretty noisy in there and I don't think it's a place that is worth waiting for.

    (3)
  • Katalyst S.

    Good service, nice chain. Coffee cup never gets empty. The thing with this place is that it can get pretty busy. I wouldn't choose this over a few of my favorite places around but if you're looking for an average place to take people for bfast and be loud? This works. Also, the menu is pretty big and they claim to be serving local meats. I enjoyed everything except the wait! Nothing blew me away though. My favorite part of this meal was the random people sitting near me. I could tell you things. *if you're from the West Coast: T's is like if Mimi's and Coco's decided to compromise on a restaurant together*

    (4)
  • Ike C.

    Went here on a Sunday morning for a relaxing breakfast. This was a second visit based on a positive experience from a prior visit in a large group. The location is convenient, the menus extensive and the food is good. The experience was compromised because of wondering how clean the place is. After trying to wash hands and finding the soap dispenser out of soap, I told a staff person about the situation. A group of about five staff members were able to stand around and talk, but I did not see anyone go to the restroom to fill the soap dispenser. After the meal, I checked to see if washing hands properly was possible, but the dispenser had not been filled. Having just handled dirty areas of my car, I would have had a more enjoyable experience had I been able to wash my hands. While eating, instead of enjoying the food, I had to wonder how much concern the management and staff have with proper hygiene.

    (2)
  • Gabrielle M.

    Love this place. Great pancakes with lots of different topping options. Recently, I ordered the buttermilk pancakes with a side of peaches. I sprinkled some of their cinnamon sugar on top, added syrup = amazing. There potatoes are good too

    (4)
  • Sarah C.

    Probably my favorite place to go for breakfast in RI. Their coffee is delicious and they have a wide selection of food on the menu. On the days when I'm looking to treat myself, I go for the Ooey Gooey French Toast. It's a cinnamon bun made into french toast with icing on top. Yes, I just wrote that. Yes, you HAVE to get it at some point. When I'm feeling like I should be a little healthier, I got for the omelet with spinach and sundried tomatoes, with a side of their cinnamon apples. SO GOOD. If you haven't been to T's, you are missing out!

    (5)
  • Diane M.

    Ok so what happened to all the friendly waitstaff ????? The food is still on point but the somber waitstaff...... I asked the usual blonde hostess, where everyone was but she acted oblivious. The staff always did things with cheerfulness and expediency. Not today. The waitress barely smiled. Like she really didnt want to be there!

    (3)
  • J M.

    Great food and atmosphere. Love the park avenue as well as the flavored coffees. It's a step above most of the other breakfast places in RI. Good kids selection as well. Weekends fills up fast so get here early.

    (4)
  • Leisha E.

    Mike is so amazing! His service is always on point :) he is super attentive and always has a bright smile. I love the food it's always good! He remembers my fiancée and I when we come in and greet us like he knows us! Their coffee is wonderful and their home fries are even better! Make sure to grab a mug when you stop in because it will easily become a place you want to continue going. This is EVERYONES favorite breakfast place!

    (5)
  • Valentina H.

    Just finished breakfast here with my gf. She got the omelet with maple sausage, brie, apples and fig with toast and fruit. It was pretty good with that mixture. They weren't cheap with the Brie. I got the ooey gooey French toast with turkey bacon instead of regular bacon. Everything was delicious. It was certainly ooey gooey and I did not use the syrup on not even one bite. It's definitely for one that has a sweet tooth-with the syrup it would've been perfect for Buddy from Elf. Nevertheless, we were completely satisfied and out server, Gabriel was great at the counter. I would come back for their other items.

    (4)
  • Krystal J.

    Came here today for breakfast. The wait was alot longer than expected. 15 minutes turned into almost 45. I got the #7 with an extra egg (sunny side up) and home fries with hollendaise sauce. I had to request extra sauce and the sunny side up eggs were not as runny as I expected. Other than that the food was okay. The mimosa was good.

    (3)
  • Steven R.

    I been here about 5 or 6 times and everything is really good, great service and great food. Really awesome coffee. Also when it is fall season the pumpkin pancakes is a hands down MUST. Love this place

    (5)
  • Stephanie D.

    Great food good service. Our 1-year-old daughter has an egg allergy. We are certain our food choices are safe for her, but both times we've visited with her, the manager visits the table to assure us her food will be safely prepared. And the waitstaff takes the allergy seriously too. It's such a small gesture, but goes a long way! We appreciate that so much which is why we pick T's for breakfast each time.

    (5)
  • RJ R.

    My husband took me out yesterday for breakfast and still I have yet to be disappointed! It was my husbands first time here and he was extremely happy and satisfied! He fell in love with the waffles! One thing that stood out the most was the customer service we received! The young lady in the front that sat us was really sweet and friendly! She looked like she actually enjoyed her job! My waiter (I think his name was Gabriel) sorry if I'm wrong, was the best! I really liked him! I really liked the fact he kept checking in the make sure everything was good and even though it was really busy he was happy and extremely friendly! That right there made the experience that much better, so much so my husband left a bigger tip than usual lol Some of the other waitresses should take some pointers! Glad we don't live too close because we would be there everyday lol

    (5)
  • Camille T.

    I love the food here!! They always carry the old favorites, but always keep adding to the menu. I've never had a meal I didn't like!!

    (5)
  • Kate W.

    I love the food at T's! It is very good and they have some gluten free options, as well. The atmosphere is fresh and clean for a nice breakfast feel. However, I give three stars since the wait time is terrible. I have never had quick seating at this restaurant. I think it speaks to the food and central location that it is always packed, but it gets frustrating when waiting over 45 minutes for breakfast (especially when it's a late breakfast... Should we just call this lunch now?). If it were only every so often, I would not mind as much, but it is literally every time I have gone to T's I find myself in a very long wait. It deters me from going there. I am looking forward to trying out their East Greenwich location.

    (3)
  • Elizabeth G.

    Big, hearty portions of food that makes you happy to crawled out of bed. Eggwhite omelettes all the way!!

    (4)
  • Margaret G.

    Really good food. Great service. Parking can be a pain in the ass and the wait can be long but it's worth it in my opinion.

    (5)
  • Maureen K.

    A busy, energetic, and very friendly place for breakfast or lunch. If you can, ask for Danielle -- she's a great server who really cares about her clients and their needs. I tried the BrieLT sandwich on toasted marble rye, substituting a side salad for the fries. It was a bit messy (hey, when you melt brie, it runs) but very tasty -- I would order again except there were other things on the menu I wanted to try. One of my table mates -- a genuine foodie, unlike myself who just likes to eat! -- spoke highly of his spinach salad with craisins and walnuts. I particularly like their attention to accessibility -- a long and friendly ramp leads into the place and. without drawing attention to itself, everything is set up to accommodate those with mobility issues. My only regret -- that I'm not likely to have a chance to go back for breakfast -- it's a long way from San Antone!

    (4)
  • Julie T.

    One of the best breakfast in Rhode Island! The food and service are amazing. The home fries are the most delicious ones I've eaten. Almost never disappointed. The service is always friendly and accommodating. I've only ever had one bad experience. But the good definitely out weighs the bad.

    (5)
  • Meredith S.

    If you're willing to wait the extensive wait times and pay the higher than average prices, the food is pretty tasty...

    (3)
  • Denise L.

    Excellent food and service. I'll be back for breakfast no doubt but my review is for an incredible lunch. Veggie wrap was so fresh and substantial that I needed to take the leftovers to go. The bread pudding reminded me of my moms best recipe. The warm and friendly atmosphere is like visiting with family. Can't wait to try the other locations!

    (5)
  • Jonathan S.

    This place is awesome. When up this way visiting friends, this is a favorite breakfast spot of mine. They have all kinds of coffee, an extensive breakfast menu, unbelievably friendly service, and the food is just great as far as I'm concerned. Understandably they get very crowded, but they move fast and if you time it right you won't really be waiting long for a table. My fellow Yelpers, you all I know I refuse to wait on line for anything, so trust me when I say that you just need to time it right. Don't be scared away if it looks busy because you'll miss out on an awesome breakfast. My friends first brought me here a few years ago, and next to visiting them, breakfast at T's is how I most look forward to capping a long weekend in Rhode Island. This Yelper is a huge fan. If you ever find yourself up this way make it a point to stop in. You'll love it!

    (5)
  • Chops M.

    Food decent. Service needs improvement. Ordered 5 eggs, got two. Got three more delivered to table after everyone was done eating, including my food. Offered 10% discount from Yelp. Inquired with waitress and never received discount. Im not a couponer but figured with the party we had why not? Guess it didnt matter. Again, decent place, service a bit lackluster.

    (3)
  • Megan N.

    So good. Get the corned beef, get hollandaise sauce, pour it on top. Thank me later.

    (5)
  • Erica B.

    After arriving from DC on an early morning flight, my mother in law kindly whisked us off to T's for breakfast. It was so good that I'm already angling to go back during our next visit. It's a very cute little breakfast, brunch, and lunch establishment with a cozy atmosphere and friendly staff. The menu boasts an impressive number of vegetarian (and also healthy) options. Given the amount of cheese and starch that we end up putting away on these Rhode Island visits, a veggie heavy meal is much appreciated! My veggie omelet with home fries on the side was perfectly sized and totally hit the spot. Even better, they offer fun options for the home fries. I ordered them buffalo style, which is exactly what it sounds like - little chunks of fried potatoes tossed in Frank's hot sauce. If that's not your speed, you can also get them doused in Hollandaise, cheese sauce, or tossed with some bacon. My husband thoroughly enjoyed his breakfast sandwich and side of corned beef hash. Anytime he can get his hands on good New England Italian bread, he's a very happy camper. The rest of the family had breakfast platters with different egg & meat configurations that were wolfed down in the blink of an eye. As a bonus, this breakfast was so hearty that none of us needed to eat again until dinner.

    (4)
  • Mari B.

    Have heard so many great things about T ~ we finally made it and must say I was not disappointed. Went on a Friday, late morning. The parking lot was full and I thought we'd have to wait to be seated. Fortunately they seated us right away. It is much bigger than I anticipated. It has an old country charm, very welcoming. The staff was polite, and even with a full house they never seemed rushed or frazzled. Our server tended to us right away. This time around I had pumpkin coffee but I promised myself I'll be doing mimosas next time. :) the food was great, eggs were fluffy and buttery, the pancakes and bacon were yummy. Will definitely be back! :)

    (4)
  • Raul O.

    Tuesday lunch rush, I was pleasantly greeted and a spot at the counter was cleared for me. Coffee came with choices of flavors and intensity. The mugs keep the java way too hot for my taste but this may be a benefit for some. Ordered scrambled eggs, they were fine. Evenly cooked a little of the greasy side. Potatoes were Denny's style flash frozen and overly processed. The food eaarns a strong C, the professionalism of the staff and the charm of a family owned and operated "chain style" restaurant makes this a keeper in a pinch. Convenient, adequate and worth supporting when you just need something quick and cheap.

    (3)
  • Thomas C.

    I think this place is OK but very overrated. They have the worst homefries I have ever eaten. The other offerings are OK but very pricey. The wait is always long and I don't know why. There are plenty of much better breakfast places out there for a lot less money.

    (2)
  • Carly E.

    after coming here for the first time and being completely wowed, my friend and i decided to come back a week later. we were seated in a reasonable amount of time once again. we were seated in a far corner which is a little awkward but that's okay. our server andrew came over and he was very nice and accommodating. we ordered our food and he brought over coffee. the first indicator to me that something was wrong was when we didn't get any more coffee refilled for another 25 minutes. yikes. that means that no one came up to us to check on us for that amount of time. we weren't in a rush but andrew came up to us telling us our food would be a minute. that's fine and all but what really ruined the experience was the food runner. she brought our food over and asked us if there was anything else she could get for us. i informed her that my ordered included a pancake. her rude and unbelievable response was 'i know that. it's still in the window. i can't carry it all you know?'. i was in complete shock and disbelief. on top of that once we finished our food we sat with dirty plates and empty coffee mugs for another 30 minutes! seriously?! i work in the hospitality industry and all i want when i go out if good service. that's it, not too much to ask. when another server finally came up to us to take our plates she was deeply apologetic when we told her about our experience. we practically had ot beg for the check. she said that she would tell the manager but she couldn't at the moment because she was eating. that's great i'm glad that the manager of this place is still at the bar right next to us and not even caring or noticing our dirty plates. after seeing that im not sure how far our complaint went. i might come back but only for the food and the couple servers who treat us with respect.

    (2)
  • Mark S.

    I have only been for breakfast on weekends. Service is always friendly and efficient. Order the Ooey Gooey French Toast. You're welcome.

    (4)
  • Sylvia S.

    T's is not your typical greasy spoon brunch spot. I usually get the cinnamon apples in place of home fries and an egg white omelette instead of the heavier cheese laden version. In addition to the healthy options, T's also has more substantial fare, some veggie options and lots of delicious cakes and cookies. The accommodating menu, clean, pleasant decor and attentive staff make it a great place to bring family.

    (4)
  • Judith F.

    T's is my place for breakfast! The food is tasty and service was excellent. It does get quite busy so I suggest going a little earlier.

    (5)
  • Bob C.

    We arrived at 11:50 am Sunday and were told about 20 minutes not bad. After we order it was 20 minutes before our oatmeal arrived and it wasn't anywhere near being hot, I asked the nice waitress to take it away. When our breakfast arrived the wheat english muffin was absolutely awful, again I spoke to the waitress and told her that T's should be ashamed to serve this garbage to there guest. I was told that the manager would stop by at table but he/she never did. T's should remember that all guest are important.

    (1)
  • Heidi M.

    Stopped in for Sunday brunch with friends who constantly rave about T's. I ordered the Lobster Benedict, which was good and had a decent amount of lobster meat but wasn't anything mind blowing. The cinnamon rolls were mediocre, the coffee was good and our waiter was very nice. Since I'm not from the area, I can't compare it to any other brunch eateries, but I wouldn't make it a staple.

    (3)
  • Sincerely Yours M.

    Have eaten here on multiple occasions -- I can't say that their food is out of this world, but it IS solidly good (I've never been disappointed), there are always interesting specials to try, the people are so very friendly, and the place itself is so comfortable and homey. I've moved out of town, but when I come visit, I make sure to visit T's!

    (5)
  • Betty G.

    T's went out of their way for us with a post funeral breakfast. Our funeral director called the day before and all they asked was that we call as we left the cemetery and that we would have to wait as every one did --- They- arranged for 10 of us - we did have to wait about 20 minutes but the staff was terrrific . Other restaurants in vicinity would not take the small number or would not open for 10 of us -- This was on a Saturday morning about 12 noon so we had missed the rush.. We are very appreciative for their kindness. .And the food was as always terrific- from french toast to scrambled eggs- e xcellent.

    (5)
  • Debra G.

    I have been there now about 10+ times, the food is very good and very consistent. There's nothing worse than a breakfast place that when you go sometimes the eggs are runny and than sometimes too dry, or that the home fries are greasy one time and the next they are fantastic. The food has been very consistent and the wait staff has always been kind and courteous every-time i've been there. The food menu gives you enough options where you wont leave wanting something specific and become disappointed. If you want something other than your local yucky Dennys microwaved food, and to have a real breakfast. I would definitely try them out, most likely you will be going back again.

    (5)
  • Mr R.

    great breakfast place!!!! i love it so much ;)

    (5)
  • Jake B.

    Food isn't bad.. Nothing great..

    (3)
  • Seth H.

    This is one of the best sit-down breakfasts I have had in RI. They have many types of flavored coffee and pretty cool mugs to boot. Every time I've been the waitstaff is incredibly nice and patient as I caffeinate and ruminate over the food offerings. Speaking of which, the food has always been quite tasty and I have zero complaints about T's.

    (4)
  • Kameron S.

    One of my friends said this was the best brekfast in RI. I have to disagree. It was ok. Nothing special. The homefries seemed to be previously frozen and from a bag. The pancakes were edible but not great. The homemade hash was pretty good though. I say best breakfast is Nick's on Broadway. It is expensive but absolutely delicious!

    (3)
  • Leslie N.

    My family has been eating here since we kids were little. Tina and Anthony are amazing people - so talented and generous. The food here never disappoints. Pretty sure I'll be eating here till I die.

    (5)
  • Nick Z.

    Nope. Not this location either. Ordered breakfast with a bunch from work for takeout. I asked for sausage, egg, and cheese on a hard roll. Tough to screw that up and easy to eat when I'm driving the forklift. The order gets back and they sent me a HAM, egg, and cheese on a hard roll. Ok, no biggie, although I was looking forward to sausage. Bit into it and got a mouthful of fat and gristle. No cheese. Didn't eat the rest, and for what I paid I could have gotten the same from Dunkin' Donuts, as well as hash browns and a drink. I'm good with this location. And no pancakes to tempt me back.

    (1)
  • Neil B.

    A bit overpriced but a very well run breakfast & lunch restaurant. I like that you can substitute baked apples for the home fries (not that I ever would without others around to remind me of my diet). I have visited several times and have always found the staff to be very friendly and the omelets quite good. Do go at off hours if you don't like waiting in lines! 12/22/14 - In RI again and went with my mom. If anything the food is even better and the service (thank you Gina!) was again excellent!

    (4)
  • Jennifer W.

    Agree with Victoria's post above : nothing beats Nick's on Broadway. We were told we had a 20 min wait this morning and ended up waiting over an hour for a table for 2. Both plates (omelet and a #12 eggs florentine) came out of the kitchen half cooked (eggs runny, processed cheese overpowering omelet). All this for $35 including tip. Overall disappointing experience. Poor management in the waiting area, food below average, loud atmosphere with screaming kids in the dining area. Too bad.. the restaurant's actually kind of cute. For the same price, go to Nick's

    (2)
  • Sarah V. M.

    I'm hoping Providence has more to offer. Perfectly clean with friendly staff, I just don't get the rage. Gourmet pricing with a Denny's diner menu. Overpriced for what it is. No need to return.

    (2)
  • Margaret B.

    Loooooongggg wait, mediocre food, and poor service. Too many breakfast places to waste my time going again.

    (1)
  • Adrienne M.

    One of my favorite places for breakfast/brunch. Of course, I have only been to the Cranston location once or twice because I absolutely hate the parking. So I'll base this review on the East Greenwich location. Fantastic food, I wait for the specials, always so delicious. I have only had to wait 10-15 minutes tops, (sometimes I'm that jerk with the huge party and everyone needs to move tables). Even then, seated rather quickly. The prices are just right, especially for the amount of food they give you.(LOTS) Refills on everything is free,(except alcoholic drinks, darn.) Oh, and the muffins. The muffins, the muffins, the muffins. Next time you go, get a cup of coffee and a fresh muffin of the day, grilled. So, suggestions to anyone wanting to try this place out. They close at 3pm, go at about 1:30-2. No lines, perfect service. (the muffins won't be the freshest though.) Just common sense, lots of people go out to eat on Saturdays and Sundays. Try another day if you don't like waiting.

    (5)
  • S H.

    Exactly what you expect, friendly staff, clean restaurant, amazing food, fast service. I walked in right as they were going to close, and I still got seated and good service. Also a good place to come alone when business traveling. Parking lot in back.

    (5)
  • Francesca D.

    I really don't get the hype surrounding this place. The food is fine, the service is fine, the decor is fine. The bill, not fine.

    (3)
  • Brian H.

    Definitely a fan of this place. The food is good, it is a good price. As others have said, the wait time can be long sometimes. That is a price you have to pay for wanting to go to a popular restaurant! Will definitely go again when I am around the aea.

    (4)
  • Laura T.

    Like this place but don't love it. Breakfast is standard and yummy. They offer flavored coffee every day which is fun. Wait is often long on the weekend. Service is sort of a toss up - sometimes great and sometimes not too good. Certain servers seem like they've been working there forever and don't feel the need to reach out to those who aren't 'regulars.' Atmosphere is fun but loud. Some tables for two are super close to each other. I always enjoy the food but have never been absolutely blown away.

    (3)
  • Robert N.

    Fantastic service. Great food. I get the park ave platter. $10 for a small omelet, 2 pancakes, bacon, sausage, homefries, and toast. Even if it looks like there's going to be a long wait try. Its usually only a 20 min wait even if it looks like more. Great coffee selection also.

    (5)
  • Kristin C.

    My favorite place for breakfast when I'm in the area. The menu is extensive and creative and the food is always delicious. Don't be put off by the crowds. They turn things around pretty quickly and I don't think I've ever had to wait more than 20 minutes tops. While breakfast is what they're known for, they also have a great lunch menu and we've gotten platters of calzones from there for more than one birthday party. Delicious!

    (5)
  • Justin S.

    One look at the menu on their website, and I knew my sister and I should go to T's for breakfast on a recent Sunday morning. Unfortunately, it was also Valentine's Day, which meant that when we got there, we faced a 45-minute wait for a table. We expected a wait all along since I figured out that this is a popular place no matter what time or day it is, so we waited... and waited. Overall, T's is a really nice place. The varied menu provides lots of very attractive options for breakfast and lunch, and there are some unique items on the menu along with breakfast combinations for people who want to try more than one thing. I had the "#1" breakfast combination with consisted of a scrambled egg, bacon, two pancakes and home fries. Everything was delicious and the portions are very large here, so come hungry. My sister ordered a sausage, spinach and ricotta omelet which looked great and was huge. They serve strong, delicious coffee with lots of free refills which is nice. As far as the food goes, I have no complaints whatsoever with T's. The restaurant itself is bright and colorful with lots of tables and even a diner-style counter. The décor is attractive and the walls hold paintings by the owner of various scenery including some Rhode Island scenes, New York City, etc. Overall, there is a lot of good here. As for the bad, I hope that this otherwise well-oiled machine was just going over a few speed bumps on a busy day like Valentine's Day, but if you had no patience, it wouldn't be a good place to be. For starters, the crowd was big (I would say about 30 people in the waiting area) when we faced the 45-minute wait, but after putting in one's name with the hostess, she (or a waitress) would come up and announce that they could seat your party in an unusually low voice (extremely senseless and inefficient!). This led at least one party to become very upset (and vocal) with the hostess who was quickly testy. Once we were seated, the service was slow, but again it was busy. I'd love to go back to T's on a quieter day to try it out again. I think it's a great breakfast place, but I'd avoid it again on busy days like this just to avoid the frustration of waiting and the seemingly inept staff.

    (4)
  • A Z.

    Yeah hi, this is the ultimate breakfast place in Rhode Island. Well OK, I'm sure there are other places, but T's is awesome. It's like Bickfords meets Friendly Toast. And what I mean by this is that the decor is straight out of Leave it to Beaver, but the food is creative and downright delectable. Oh and also because there are lines out the wazoo on the weekends. Everyone is so nice there too. It's not hip by any means, so you've got your locals and your sons taking their moms out for breakfast and whatnot. And you're generally in close corners, squashed up against another table, so you have no choice but to make friends. Anyway, the breakfast is good, so go eat there. They have an omelet filled with steak onions and this spicy sauce and its amaaaazing.

    (4)
  • Kim S.

    T's is one of my favorite breakfast joints in Rhode Island! The food is spectacular, the service is outstanding, and the atmosphere is unbeatable. The coffee is out of this world tasty and there food is even better. There are so many options from Ooey Goey French toast to your basic 2 eggs home fries and toast meal. But do not forget about lunch! My favorite is the Brie LT Sandwich with a side a of fresh fruit. You can't get any better than that! If you have journeyed to this local infested hot spot, I highly suggest that you do!

    (5)
  • Decker A.

    Very good food! Great place to get a bite to eat when you are passing through Providence RI on 95. It is only 5 minutes off the highway.

    (4)
  • Cross P.

    Yup Had a Burger how'd ya guess! Service was good! average waiter/waitress service. Burger was tasty! Asked for extra crispy fries and got standard average (reason for 3 bones) Asked for gravy and was told they had none =o( .... I rate is 3 bones for the fries and gravy! Other than that the burger saved it and made it worth while!

    (3)
  • Jeff G.

    Good food and very large portions at the Cranston location. We waited only fifteen or twenty minutes on a Sunday morning. (We waited that long because someone poached our table). The service is friendly, and relatively speedy. We'll be back.

    (4)
  • George B.

    The last time we went to T's for breakfast the wait was very long so this time we wanted to make a reservation. We called and were told that they do not take reservations and that we should just call when we are on the way. We followed this advice and were disappointed to find out that they DO NOT accept call aheads. Luckily there was minimal wait. Food is always great. More $ than your local diner but you get what you pay for. We had eggs Benedict and chocolate chip pancakes. Somewhat disappointed that they do not stuff the chocolate chips inside the pancakes, but place them on top of the pancakes instead. We also had "maple French toast" coffee which is great!

    (4)
  • Malissa R.

    Great place, would have given it 5 stars if the coffee was good. Coffee is very important at brunch, and in my opinion it isn't good here. Otherwise, the food is fantastic, they have original specials, and cocktails for breakfast! Definitely worth eating here, just don't bother with the coffee.

    (4)
  • LifeListener X.

    A tiny bit pricey for breakfast. However, they have the best home-fries ever. Not oily, crispy outside, soft and tasty inside!!! On Sunday, try to get there before 9 in the morning, otherwise, there will be a long wait and no parking.

    (4)
  • Ashley K.

    Love T's. Brunch is great and costs next to nothing. The mimosas are a steal, only $5 and you get enough for two glasses! Food portions are just generous. The food is a dinerish with a touch of gourmet. The menu is robust so everyone could find something they enjoy. The wait before 1:00 p.m. on weekends is almost unbearable, but they do a remarkable job handling the chaos. The decor leaves much to be desired, very Cranston. There's plenty of parking though, no matter how busy it gets thanks to the bank parking lot across the street.

    (4)
  • J R.

    When it comes to breakfast, I have two choices. Do I want something a little eclectic and out of the box? (Julian's hands down) or do I want just an awesome egg and bacon breakfast, maybe a pancake too... T's is definitely one of those places. I had a few omelets from there which i wasn't too too crazy about, but when you get hash and eggs, italian toast, home fries, etc... they hit the nail on the head. Great breakfast, good service considering it is always busy in there....

    (4)
  • Mark S.

    Came on a Sunday afternoon, place was packed as it is a favorite of many from the area. The menu is a twist on the standard breakfast fare with such offerings as "Ooey Gooey French Toast", a frosted coffeeroll, egg-dipped and fried on the grill. Portion was large and was food was incredible. Most of the other offerings on the menu are pretty decadent with a few ways to make it more healthy like egg-white and bread substitutes. Only downside was the service. Our waitress was pleasant but our food took 45 minutes to come out and was cold when it got to the the table. No biggie for me, seeing as how mine was more akin to dessert than breakfast, but my friends with omelettes were not happy. I will certainly be coming back... when its less busy.

    (4)
  • Jackie V.

    After numerous overnights at work I was ready to get some food and shall i say it? mimosas @ 7 am. Everyone told me to try T's. They had different flavored mimosas so of course I was in!!! I liked the decor and the layout. The food was really good, mimosas delish. The waitress seemed cool, but she failed to come back to our table to see if the food was ok, see if we needed refills and we had to go to the register to pay our check because she never came back for it. It was not crowded, we were there right @ 7, so there really was no excuse for her lack of customer service. Another thing that rubbed me the wrong way was the fact that my co worker stumbled on a fruit fly in her drink, and the waitress try to make a joke saying at least it was healthy. Just not my kind of humor when it comes to food. They took the juice off the bill but did nothing else to help the issue. Will I go back???? Hard to tell right now, the mimosas do have a special place in my heart.....

    (3)
  • Adriana F.

    What can I say, it was good! It feels like home, the staff is so friendly, the food is tasty and the price is reasonable. I will definitely visit T's again, also the wait wasn't bad but I can imagine the wait when it's busy. Great Place!

    (4)
  • Dave R.

    Excellent breakfast and great service. Nice portions, modern look.

    (5)
  • Kim S.

    I love T's. The have the best home fries! I have been many times and will continue to return over and over again.

    (4)
  • Stella C.

    One of our fave breakfast spots. You can always count on yummy food and decent portions. We used to come here all the time since we lived down the street. The waitresses knew my little girl and are really sweet. Expect to wait, though! Gets crowded quickly.

    (4)
  • L F.

    Incredible french toast. The prices may not be cheap, but you do get a lot of good food; lots of people were making up take-out boxes of the remains of their brunches. Very long wait, but worth it.

    (5)
  • Kristine R.

    Warm colorful tones are displayed throughout the restaurant, from the artwork on the walls and menus to the solid clay plate ware. They have a huge selection to cater anyone's taste. They have health-conscious options and all veggie option if you are into that stuff. Their hot chocolate and egg omelets are pretty bomb dig. If I do say so myself. Their potatoes are diced and a bit dry for a breakfast fiend like myself. But all in all, they got the right stuff.

    (4)
  • Linda A.

    Everyone raves about this place, so I had to try it. Overall, it's pretty decent. Thing is, I judge a breakfast place based on their Benedict. Unfortunately, I couldn't stomach the hollandaise sauce. It's a shame. I really wanted to give it a better rating. The staff was super nice and attentive, even with it being so busy!

    (3)
  • Brian O.

    This is the only place i will go to breakfast, i try and get there every friday if possible, my absolute favorite dish in the raving fan omelette with extra lean shaved steak, chipotle sauce, and cheese, i'm a huge fan of homefries and T's homefries are to die for. if you can, ask for denielle, she is an absolute pleasure to have and is my first choice for a server if her section is not flooded like it usually is, shes well worth the wait.

    (5)
  • Caitlin W.

    I have been to T's a couple of times and each time I have had a very tasty meal. I went to T's last week with my friend and we didn't plan it very well because when we walked in the place was packed. We only waited about twenty minutes since we were a party of two. The tables are small and you get a little to up close and personally with the people sitting next to you. I ordered a hot chocolate with the corned beef hash, 2 eggs over hard, and home fries. Their hot chocolate is good and comes with a heaping pile of whipped cream. I have to say they have some of the best corned beef hash and It is definitely not out of a can. It has big chunks of corned beef and potatoes. The home fries are seasoned and fried. I enjoy them a lot and try not to leave a single one on the plate. My friend had one of the eggs benedict specials. He cleared his plate so I am going to assume he really enjoyed it. I know that you are not suppose to assume anything but oh well. The waitress was friendly but the place was so busy we barely saw her. They are very consistent here but make sure you get there early on weekends because once it hits 10:30 everyone and their grandma shows up.

    (4)
  • Craig M.

    Always good, always fast, consistently a great experience. I wish they took reservations but when you see the volume they do, it makes sense why they don't. The wait can vary depending on the time of day you go, and is usually longer on Sunday, but so worth it. SERVICE IS AWESOME. They're so warm and welcoming from the first smile at the door. The eggs Benedict are prepared perfectly every time, which is usually a dish that restaurants struggle to keep consistent. The best part is that the prices are so reasonable that when you want to keep coming back for more (which you will), you can be rest assured that you won't burn a hole in your wallet.

    (5)
  • Good E.

    came for brunch with gal pals food: i had the Horseradish Cheese Steak Panini which was very tasty, i would have liked a lil bit more kick in the horse radish mimosa: tasty, they did not hold back on the liquor portion ;) ambiance: we sat on the part, it was hot and comfortable , nice breeze service: a bit slow, server had to be asked to obtain utensils, long wait to order price: a bit on the high end for what you get also they don't honor the yelp check in deal unless its 'printed out', thats the first time i've ever heard that. if you are in the area, try it out. you might like it :)

    (4)
  • Damian B.

    The best Eggs Benny I've ever had, great service i.e. no waiting for fresh coffee refills. The best breakfast spot in Cranston easily.

    (5)
  • Elana L.

    Food never disappoints. Servers always friendly. One of my favorite places to go in Cranston.

    (5)
  • Jen Y.

    Good place to have brunch on the weekends with old friends. The coffee keeps coming and their home fries are some of the best in the state. Only issue is parking for me, I can never find a spot because it is so popular.

    (4)
  • Victor K.

    Came here with a friend for a late Sunday brunch and was quite surprised that 1 hour to closing there was still a packed restaurant. That was a good sign that this place must be doing quite well. I had a couple of higher rated brunch places but this one was attracting due to the private parking which had ample parking space. Wait was quite quick about 2 minutes for a table but we could have sat at the bar right away. "The Raving Fan" Omelette was calling to me and I'm glad I did. The steak cheesy goodness was definitely worth it and the chipotle gave it a good kick. The home fries were typical as well as the four slices of buttered toast. Still can't complain for the price and I was definitely adequately stuffed. My friend ordered the Park Avenue Platter where he substituted the pancakes for two buttermilk pumpkin pancakes as well as the corned beef hash (restaurant made) which were recommendations by our server. They were definitely good and the pancakes didn't require additional syrup. We split the bill which came up to $20 each with tip. Well deserved and we weren't rushed out despite staying a bit longer than the 3 PM closing time. Much appreciated and great value for the money!

    (5)
  • Valerie Z.

    T's has an amazing menu for breakfast. Cinnamon apples. Buffalo homefries. Waffles. Steak. Omlettes. Pretty much anything that you can think of for breakfast (okay, okay...for New England regional breakfast) is here. While it is not gourmet, it does provide excellent service and menu choices, especially if you have a large party or a picky-eater. Yes, it's greasy. Yes, it's cliche. But sometimes, that's what I want for breakfast...err...brunch!

    (4)
  • Mary L.

    Ugh - T's had so much potential!! Finn, a young Irish waitress was an absolute doll. Our food was delightful, and we were seated right away. We loved our time here so much, that we came back the very next day. Allyson C. was a disaster for a waitress. One of my friends saw corn muffins as we entered, and wanted to order one- but Allyson said they didn't have any....So he asked for a blueberry instead. *why does a waitress not know their product?* She completely forgot what muffin, and had one of her coworkers ask us what we wanted. Come to find out, there were corn muffins. She never refilled our coffees or waters and we had to ask other people for more, and completely forgot our coffee cinnamon roll, which we had to order through another waitress. It came AFTER we finished all of our meal. We waited 30 mins for a check, and asked her to split it. 10 mins later she brought over one check and said she would split it as she charged it. She then came back to our table, said "I'm so stupid" and put the entire amount on one card. She closed it out accidentally and seemed more upset over the fact that we could no longer write in a tip amount. Really?!? The food was tasty, and we were seated quickly, which is important in my book for breakfast, but I was incredibly peeved after my Allyson C. experience, and it will be a while until I return to T's in Cranston.

    (3)
  • Nick Z.

    Came for breakfast while visiting Rhode Island, had a farmers market omelet, and a blue raspberry lemonade. Was extremely delicious will come here for breakfast again if we come back to visit

    (4)
  • Erica C.

    I ridiculously solid breakfast spot. I don't think I have ever had a bad meal here, or poor service come to think of it. WARNING it's a total zoo in the morning so come early or late. If you want a grown up spot with out children zooming around your eggs benedict, this isn't it. I've been to the t's in cranston for years, and the one in south county too. The decor is warm and welcoming. I really enjoy the owners art and one of these days I'm going to break down and purchase one of those fantastic coffee mugs. Also, the mimosas come with your own mini bottle of champagne to refills PLUS an extra side of oj...for refills. Basically it's two mimosas. And what do we love better then a mimosa? That's right. Two of them.

    (5)
  • Katie F.

    Had breakfast here many times. Staff is very friendly and the food is always good. Get a classic breakfast or something incredibly sweet or savory! Lots of booths, cute and updated decor. bonus: gluten free options! yay!!!

    (5)
  • Candace B.

    I love brunch here! This time I had lobster eggs Benny with a strawberry mimosa. Absolutely delicious. Can't go wrong with anything on the menu. Fantastic wait staff.

    (5)
  • Josh H.

    Found a great breakfast spot. Fast friendly service. Wife loved her omelet. I loved the home fries and the Benedict. Will def return. Finally a good solid breakfast place with healthy and non healthy delicious options. One of the few places with perfectly made home fries.

    (5)
  • Andrew D.

    Came here the other morning after work to have a little grub before bed, I work 3rd shift. Sat down had a new waitress who was being trained. She was friendly and doing a good job. Ordered a waffle and some eggs. The food is decent but standard with any other breakfast place. A little on the pricey side but I guess your paying for the atmosphere. Finished and it comes time for the bill. I had checked into YELP when I came in and upon doing so got a $5 off coupon for any order over $15. Well I had came here with a friend and our bill was $27. I asked the new waitress to use the $5 off and she said she would have to ask TARA whoever that was. She comes back a minute later and say, "TARA says you can't use it , they only take printed out coupons." I told her that if there's a discount through yelp it was probably set up by the owner. Nope they don't care, still say I can't use it. So if you want OK food and don't care if they honor something they agreed to then this is the place for you. I wasn't going to make a big deal of it because its only $5, it's the principle.

    (3)
  • Dolores R.

    The owner responded to my review, and, in turn, I contacted her three ways: 1) here via yelp; 2) I called the restaurant and left a message with my name and contact info; and, 3) I emailed her at the email address she provided (which means that she has my email address that I've been using for over 15 years). Based upon her response to me here on yelp, I believed she wanted to address my disappointment with her Cranston location restaurant. As she failed to reply to me via yelp, phone, and/or email, I am convinced otherwise. I didn't see her yelp response immediately (as I am new to yelp), so, I didn't contact her right away. However, it's been well over a month since I did contact her, which informs me that she had an initial response of displeasure that prompted her to contact me, then, subsequently -- just wrote me off, so to speak. When I wrote my review for her restaurant, I did not read the other reviews as I did not want my review to be influenced in any way -- I wanted it to be mine 100%, which indeed it is. After she responded to me, I then read all the reviews and discovered that other reviewers shared similar experiences with poor service. This said, I am perplexed as to why she replied to me and did not reply to other reviews who also experienced shoddy service. I cannot recommend T's to anyone based upon their poor service, and, additionally -- upon an owner who clearly does not truly care about the negative experiences of past customers.

    (1)
  • Julie M.

    Always a wait but very good and relatively fresh ingrediaents

    (4)
  • Natalie S.

    A little pricey for a breakfast place. It was $3.30 for a glass of juice, that's an entire breakfast at most breakfast restaurants. The food is good, the service was painfully slow. They emailed my mom a Birthday coupon and then she couldn't use it because it was Sunday. Kind of pointless. Overall, OK.

    (3)
  • Susan L.

    T's has a "arty " environment, staff are very friendly however food is grossly overrated. Menu is very mainstream and food has no taste. Bland & nondescript. Food does not compliment the wonderful Art. For the price, it's overrated & the lines are ridiculous. There are better places out there and reasonably priced T's is riding on it's misplaced reputation. Very disappointed.

    (1)
  • Ami G.

    T's is kind of a quintessential Rhode Island breakfast restaurant (although they do serve lunch too). It's always super busy, but the turnover is really fast. Our party of four had to wait about twenty minutes for a table, which was not bad at all considering how many people were there on a Sunday! I love T's because it has an extensive breakfast menu that is suitable for all dietary preferences. They have vegan, gluten-free, indulgent and healthy options. The service is also attentive and efficient, which I like! In other words, never did our coffee cups go empty! I started out with OJ and decaf and carefully looked over the menu. I knew I wanted pancakes and home fries, so when I saw their "number one" I knew it was the right combo! The number one came with 2 pancakes, home fries, an egg cooked any way, and sausage or bacon. I asked for sausage, and requested it came on a separate plate so my husband could eat it, and they happily obliged since as a vegetarian, sausage isn't for me. The food was fresh, tasty, and the portions were large, but not overwhelming. If you are ever looking for a breakfast spot in RI, I highly recommend T's!

    (4)
  • Vincent F.

    Awesome breakfast but be prepared to wait on a Sunday morning. We've been there twice and the seasonal eggs Benedict is the best. Hot coffee and friendly service. The waiting accommodations could stand some improvements but highly recommended!

    (5)
  • Roberta D.

    The food is great but every time I've been here the service has been miserable. It takes forever and the waitress always ends up messing up something at some point. Expect long waits on the weekend.

    (2)
  • George V.

    Got the #4 breakfast meal. Ham and cheese omelet was good as were the bacon and sausage. The pancakes were just ok. I probably wouldn't order the ice tea again. I'm from the south and I've had good tea. Service was quick and price was very reasonable. I'd definitely go back.

    (4)
  • Steven A.

    Usually get there with the guys just prior to our drive up north for a hiking weekend. We always pick T's for their food selection, quality and most of all attentive waitstaff. I'd recommend the restaurant to anyone.

    (5)
  • Roy H.

    Loved eating here! Food was super tasty, service was awesome and atmosphere was perfect for a late breakfast. Corned beef hash was really fresh and delicious. Our server offered us a coffee milk which we'd never heard of which was super nice! Prices were really reasonable too!

    (4)
  • Giselle C.

    This place never disappoints. The wait time may be long and the prices may be somewhat higher than the average breakfast spot, but it is SO worth it. This is absolutely my favorite place to get breakfast. Their home-fries, omelets, breakfast sandwiches and belgian waffles are amazing. They always have new interesting and fun specials as well.

    (5)
  • Maryam H.

    This is a great place to take a family, nothing out of this world, but you will leave feeling satisfied. I came here with a group of 5 and had to wait about 10 minutes, which was pretty quick considering how packed it was! We were in a rush, but managed to be seated, eat, and pay within about 45 minutes.. As far as the food goes, pretty good. I had the veggie and egg white omelet, and the spinach was just drenched in oil- and it was too intense for me to finish, so I'd advise against it. Wish I had the corned beef hash- looked damn good! Really cute cups and dinner ware, I loved how homey it felt inside.

    (3)
  • Chris P.

    Nice place to go on a Sunday morning. If you get there 9am or earlier you're good to go. Anything later than that it gets PACKED, BUT! The line moves along pretty quickly for how terribly crowded it looks. But the food is excellent as is the selection. Great coffee too. Seasonal dishes and coffee. Very friendly staff, certainly a 20%+ Tip kind of place. They sell their mugs too, which make good gifts. It's a def must try place for breakfast.. They bet Scramblers for sure if you're in the Cranston area.

    (4)
  • Melissa C.

    Usually a great experience. The food is always good. The wait on weekends is crazy long. Right now i am in the long booth with four little two seater tables smooshed in. Literally two feet from people on either side. Im pretty sure the woman to my right is deaf. She is talking so loud i am uncomfortable. I will never let them seat me at these tables again. And if the choice is sitting on top of yelling strangers or eating elsewhere, off i go. Uhg. Great food terrible dining experience.

    (3)
  • Ava R.

    Soooo much food for such a great price. Good service, especially considering how busy it was. They earn the extra start for having a crap-load of choices on their menu, going above and beyond the (sometimes boring) breakfast classics. The coffee was great and the place itself was spacious and clean.

    (4)
  • Rebecca B.

    Growing up in Cranston, I remember T's being the place for breakfast. In hindsight, that may be because there were few choices. After my recent visit, I can honestly say, I'm over T's. On a recent visit, the hostess insisted on not seating us until all of our party had arrived. Even though it was a Wednesday morning and most of the restaurant was empty. Once we sat down, we were greeted by a waiter who brought us coffee and told us our waitress would be with us momentarily. After a more than generous wait, we actually had to ask someone to take our order. Another long wait and our food arrived. The pumpkin pancake special certainly was just that. The pancakes were fluffy and flavorful and a very generous portion. The breakfast sandwich I ordered was totally disappointing. How can you mess up a breakfast sandwich? With a stale, burnt english muffin. At one point in our visit, my friend actually asked if we had to refill our own coffees since the original waitress never returned. The service was really sub-par and the food wasn't anything special.

    (2)
  • Erin N.

    Yum

    (4)
  • David C.

    Was in the area hanging out with a friend and we were looking for brunch spots. We found this restaurant, and definitely happy we decided to come here. Came here with a friend at 2PM for a late brunch and seated promptly. Food: The food was solid. Everything was good and nothing to complain about. Home fries were crispy and tasty, sausage and bacon were standard, pumpkin pancakes (which were pretty big!) were tasty and fluffy. Good brunch food overall and definitely filling. Drinks: Had coffee with brunch. I thought it was alright, was hoping for better though. They did keep my coffee filled, so that was definitely nice.

    (4)
  • Darnell S.

    I love T's. Their cinnamon bun over cinnamon bun french toast is amazing, their coffee is usually decent, and their home fries are always crispy and delicious. Also love that there is usually not much wait time on the weekends!

    (5)
  • E P.

    As far as casual breakfast/lunch places, this is a great place to visit. I don't understand the complaints about the prices in the previous posts- I really think those yelpers are off base. The fact is that the food, service, prices and general surroundings are great at all T's locations and the restaurant is very clean and efficiently run. I usually go to their Cranston restaurant, so that is where I have had the most T's dining experiences. Also, good service is important to me and I must say that somehow they know how to hire and retain very friendly waiters/waitresses. I'm glad to see they they have opened several new locations in Rhode Island. One day, if we are lucky on the Southcoast of Massachusetts, T's will venture over the border. I must highly compliment the family that runs T's - they do one heck of a job.

    (5)
  • Julie M.

    Where to start.....flavored coffees, grilled common rolls, fresh veggie omelets, friendly servers....or the yummy "just enough grease" to make Sunday mornings a little more bearable? Delish!

    (4)
  • J. T.

    Breakfast is great. Awesome homefries!! Very good food, fast service and it's clean

    (5)
  • Megan M.

    We really enjoyed our entire experience at T's! The staff at the front of the house was courteous and efficient. Our waitress was knowledgeable, friendly, and experienced. The food was outstanding - expertly prepared and everything we expected. I had the Ooey Gooey French Toast (which should TOTALLY be illegal!) and my boyfriend had the Lobster Eggs Benedict, which was also excellent! Big chunks of fresh lobster and (we think) homemade Hollandaise sauce. The corned beef hash was very good but we definitely didn't need it because we were SO FULL from our main dishes! We did not eat again until 6pm because we were so satisfied from our delicious breakfast! FYI - if the restrooms are clean (which they were), then the kitchens are typically also spotless!

    (5)
  • Bryan R.

    Great pancakes, the best homes fries I ever had. The dinning room is bright, nice and welcoming. Only down side is the kitchen is alittle slow, so breakfast takes longer, but worth the wait!

    (4)
  • Briana G.

    One of my favorite breakfast places! T's is wicked cute and very affordable. The food is delicious and the portions are decent sized. It's very popular so you might have to wait for a table if you get there at prime breakfast-eating time but it is well worth the wait!

    (4)
  • Matt S.

    Simple enough Ts has the best breakfast around. Been here numerous times and it never disappoints. In the fall they have pumpkin coffee and the best pumpkin pancakes I've ever eaten. I could eat the pumpkin pancakes everyday and never grow tired of them. Also recommend their eggs benedict or the stuffed French toast. Bring your appetite!

    (5)
  • Laura M.

    Really good food, reasonably priced, and a lovely Irish waitress named Finn. I will definitely come back!

    (4)
  • Victoria K.

    There is no place in all of RI that can surpass Nick's on Broadway for breakfast. None. That's just my opinion, but let me tell you, my opinion matters. Why? Because I know good food! If seeking out some good breakfast in Cranston, then T's is an excellent choice. They have an extensive menu, a large restaurant with plenty of space to accommodate diners during busy times, friendly staff, and very good food. My garden eggs benedict was very good and had just the right amount of Hollandaise, not too much, and not too little. The home fries were more like tiny french fries, small cubes of potato that were deep fried. That's not how a home fry should be prepared, just saying. Prices are reasonable.

    (4)
  • Ryan K.

    If you get Lynn as your waitress, you are in good hands. This restaurant has never failed to please!

    (5)
  • Bridget M.

    I absolutely love T's! Everything I have ever ordered here has been beyond my expectations. I would say my favorite menu items are the Spinwich Sandwich and the Ooey Gooey French Toast. The service is always very friendly... and to top it all off... mimosas!! The only downside to T's would be the crowds on weekends... but if you are willing to sit at the counter you never have to wait too long. :)

    (4)
  • Little W.

    Been going to T's for a long time now, but just joined Yelp. Needless to say, this review is long overdue! This establishment is my 'go to" for breakfast. It is always busy (because it's that good), it's consistent, clean and the location is perfect. The omelets are my favorite, but once in a while I will splurge on a waffle or pancakes- both worth the extra calories!!! I applaud T's on there menu: great food, great variety, something for everyone!! Keep up the good work!

    (4)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :7:00 am - 3:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Breakfast
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : Beer & Wine Only
    Outdoor Seating : Yes
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : Yes
    Waiter Service : Yes
    Caters : Yes

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