Help! I'm looking for a Specific Breakfast Place in Philly

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2008/12/20 10:05:47 (permalink)

Help! I'm looking for a Specific Breakfast Place in Philly

Hi everyone,
I remember hearing about an ecclectic breakfast place in Philly and I don't remember the name or where I read about it. All I know is that it's in Philly, it was compared to the Friendly Toast in Portsmouth, NH, and the owner offers a "chef's table" in the back of their pickup truck parked out front.
Any help would be appreciated.
 
Thanks
 
Dave
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    Holly Moore
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    Re:Help! I'm looking for a Specific Breakfast Place in Philly 2008/12/20 11:06:42 (permalink)
    Just got back from a breakfast of Raspberry, Oatmeal and Coconut pancakes at Carman's Country Kitchen.  Carman's is open Friday thru Monday from 8 AM to 2 PM.  Same day reservations are accepted.  Closed the Friday after Chrismas.

    Here is my link:  Carman's Country Kitchen
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    The Travelin Man
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    Re:Help! I'm looking for a Specific Breakfast Place in Philly 2008/12/20 11:48:34 (permalink)
    Get this.

    I have a friend who lives literally less than two blocks from this place.  I stayed with her last New Year's and we walked past every time we did any walking around south Philly.  As a matter of fact, I am pretty sure that we walked PAST this place on our way to her taking me to "the best cheesesteak in Philly" - a "locals" place - not the touristy crap - you know....Geno's!  But, I digress. 

    I wanted to go there (just because it looked cool, not because of anything I read) - but, my friend (did I mention that she lives less than two blocks away) had never been - and didn't know anyone else who had, either.  On my way out of town, though, I snapped this photo...



    Forget the not-so-hidden racism that you'll find around the corner at the cheese steak joint, as long as you have greenbacks at Carman's, your business is welcome!
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    signman
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    Re:Help! I'm looking for a Specific Breakfast Place in Philly 2008/12/20 12:32:53 (permalink)
    Where's the CLOSED sign?
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    The Travelin Man
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    Re:Help! I'm looking for a Specific Breakfast Place in Philly 2008/12/20 12:50:22 (permalink)
    Oh, they were most definitely closed.
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    DPuro329
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    Re:Help! I'm looking for a Specific Breakfast Place in Philly 2008/12/20 22:33:36 (permalink)
    Thank you Holly. Now I remember, I read about Carman's on your site.

    Dave
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