Owner Pavlina and her family craft an eclectic menu of mammoth meals, such as a fluffy three-egg omelet inhabited by spinach, feta, and black olives ($6.95). Guests can acquaint tongues with the flavor of homemade corned-beef hash, accompanied by baked home fries, toast, and any style of eggs, be they scrambled or business casual ($6.95). Shaker's encourages creative spud consumption with home fries baked alongside italian sausage, onions, and peppers, blanketed by a melted sheet of provolone cheese ($6.95). Friday evenings, Shaker's Café and Restaurant's door remains intriguingly ajar until 8 p.m. for BYOB, casual dinners. Diners can entangle brave forks in a mountain of pasta, whose apex bears garlic- and wine-infused chicken marsala ($11.95). Like an underwater hostel, the dinner menu hosts an abundance of wayward sea-swimmers, including baked haddock ($10.95) and fried scallops served beside coleslaw and fries ($13.95).