Washington Post's Search for a "Better Breakfast"

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2012/04/12 13:27:34 (permalink)

Washington Post's Search for a "Better Breakfast"

http://www.washingtonpost.com/goingoutguide/in-pursuit-of-a-better-breakfast/2012/04/09/gIQAnQqm6S_gallery.html?hpid=z7
Some old favorites; many of these are new to me.
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    MetroplexJim
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    Re:Washington Post's Search for a "Better Breakfast" 2012/04/12 19:02:41 (permalink)
    I can't believe that they left Arlington's Metro 29 Diner off the list.
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    Re:Washington Post's Search for a "Better Breakfast" 2012/04/13 07:54:28 (permalink)
    We had breakfast at Extra Perks (#8) last summer and thought it was fantastic. The corned beef hash was first rate.
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    Re:Washington Post's Search for a "Better Breakfast" 2012/11/30 13:14:32 (permalink)
    Apparently the post never went to a Waffle House.  I know of one on VA234 in Dumfries, VA and there a couple at different exits of I95 (exit 109) north of Baltimore.  Sadly, Waffle House is basically a southern chain and can be found near I95 & I81 south of DC.  Good place to eat.  'Fast food', made to order, price is good, service good.
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