My Grandma Biggs and I ordered the Farmer's Hash (delightful!) and my sister ordered the biscuits and gravy. I didn't get a chance to try her meal, but it sure looked scrumptious. On the table at Besaw's, they have a glorious jam, and a house ketchup. I put the jam on my toast, and the house ketchup on my hash. It was pretty good! No complaints or disappointments. It was just great.
After we were done eating, we went en route down NW 23rd St, and perused the shop windows, debating whether or not we should go inside the shops. We did end up venturing inside a book store. We had driven past the book store on our way to Besaw's, and we had seen a line out the door. We wanted to check the place out. Before you walked into the door, they had a couple of tables outside with bargain books on them. We browsed the table, and Grandma Biggs and I found a couple of wonderful books. I picked up a beautifully illustrated book that I want for my babysitting bag, and possibly for my future children. It is such a wonderful book, teaching young children about nature, and the importance of the rain forest. The artwork in this book is absolutely stunning. I couldn't pass it up. I am going back there before Christmas and pick up another book and give it as gift.