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Re:Local Breakfast Eateries? 2011/02/05 10:39:08 (permalink)
This place is in Uxbridge Massachusetts, called Baker Boy Town Grill Diner on 146a, (775 Quaker Hwy).
I've been there many times, because I know the owners pretty well, also there food is pretty good.
The typical lunch there is $6.99.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2012/08/17 02:43:45 (permalink)
Waffle house. I ate their when I was younger - I can still remember their glorious food and the taste of their delicous waffles..
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2012/08/17 03:00:42 (permalink)
Always fun 2see an old thread and read pasr posters. The cameo cafe is probably my favorite breakfast spot in Portland now.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2012/08/17 03:53:11 (permalink)
In the East Valley of the Phoenix area:
Tempe - Harlows Cafe - http://www.yelp.com/biz/harlows-cafe-tempe
Chandler - Hoosiers Cafe - http://www.yelp.com/biz/hoosier-cafe-chandler-2
Gilbert - The Farmhouse - http://www.farmhouseofgilbert.com/Home.html
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/03/12 08:01:47 (permalink)
Went to a really neat little breakfast joint in Nashville.  I'll say it differently.  A neat little joint that was good for breakfast because they're open all day.  The Pied Piper at 1601 Riverside.  The owners are the Piper family and they apparently love music.  The place reminded me of Lynn's Paradise cafe in Louisville with the 50's tables, but it had a music theme. The breakfast menus were printed on what was meant to be vinyl records, the regular menu was in an album jacket and the walls were decorated with posters of music concerts, etc.  Really well done, fun, and the food was really good.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/03/12 09:59:12 (permalink)

The Pied Piper Eatery...

http://thepiedpipereatery.com/menu/


We could also have The Pied Piper Creamery ice cream for Breakfast!

http://thepiedpipercreamery.com/

Ambrosia ice cream! Be still my heart.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/03/12 10:11:51 (permalink)
Dos Salsas up in Georgetown has some of the best barbacoa and migas I've ever had.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/03/12 10:17:35 (permalink)
On the San Francisco peninsula, I love Stacks!  http://stacksbreakfast.com/ 
 
Famous for their "Blue Germ" pancakes, they have many other great choices.  Here are a few:
 
Italian frittata:

 
Banana-Pecan Waffle:

 
Granola pancakes:

 
Chorizo, salsa, green chili, egg, and potato skillet:

 
Banana, coconut and macadamia nut pancakes:

 
Crispy bacon waffle:

 
Everything I've ever had here has been excellent.  And I'm picky about breakfast!
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/03/12 13:36:57 (permalink)
I frequent a breakfast/lunch only place here in Mission Viejo. They are called Paul's Pantry. They make an excellent CFS. The highlight, though, is the cinnamon roll you get with breakfast. Sometimes you have to wait a bit because they run out on busy breakfast days, but they are huge and completely made in the restaurant. Awesome!
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/03/12 22:14:56 (permalink)
I'll take Brunch vs. Breakfast and leave Dinner on the table most of the time.

We are blessed to have some of the best Brunch options in the area (including NYC) in Elysian Cafe & Amanda's in beautiful <<<Hoboken>>> NJ (of course).

http://amandasrestaurant.com/

http://elysiancafe.com/brunch/
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/03/18 14:31:12 (permalink)
Well around Schertz there is Abel's Diner,plus various places like BJ's BG's Taco Cabana,and most of the mexican restaurants around here.Bill Miller's BBQ has breakfast at the one in Schertz and on Kitty Hawk in Converse.They have breakfast tacos including brisket tacos,pancakes,sausage and gravy,etc.
In San Antonio there is Magnolia Pancake House and various mexican places and other cafes like Tip Top. At least I think TipTop Cafe serves breakfast.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/04/29 12:30:50 (permalink)
Angelo's in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 
Their spinach omelet is one of my favorites.
Wonderful breakfasts ... so good it makes people sing about it ...
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/05/12 20:23:32 (permalink)
CC - I'll have the Cinnamon-Amaretto French Toast at Elysian, please!
 
Here's another local place I like a lot:  Palo Alto Creamery and Fountain in Palo Alto, CA.  It's good for breakfast, and it has baked goods, ice cream, and good burgers (okay--not so breakfasty).  You can also buy whole loaves of bread they make, and they're huge.  I like to get their brioche to make my own French toast.  This is not an imitation diner--it's been there for decades, although the menu has undoubtedly been updated.
 
http://www.paloaltocreamery.com/
http://www.yelp.com/biz/p...to-2?sort_by=date_desc
 
 
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/05/14 11:11:02 (permalink)
A French Toast crawl could easily be done in <<<Hoboken>>> NJ!

La Isla has a few sinful additions...including a version that won the stuffed French Toast Battle on Throwdown...with Bobby Flay.


http://www.laislarestaurant.com/





Gracious!

It looks like the Woolworth's of Palo Alto!

I'll have the corned beef hash (hold the eggs) & a Belgian waffle.

If we get non-Breakfasty I'll have the "Bubbly" Fountain Burger...with Parmesan truffle fries....& key lime pie.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/05/14 14:31:01 (permalink)
Guava and cream cheese in French toast??  And a cornflake crust???  Oh my--no wonder they beat Flay.  I'm down for a French toast crawl.
 
I love the California burger at the Palo Alto Creamery, and have never had room for dessert, unless sharing or taking out.  Oink
post edited by love2bake - 2013/05/14 14:50:23
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2013/06/11 07:30:55 (permalink)
Alhona resort on the lake of the Ozarks deep fried french toast and a great view.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/03 01:33:35 (permalink)
I'm currently all aflutter over the new Original Pancake House in Norco, CA.  I'm addicted to the blueberry pancakes and their spin on blueberry syrup. The corned beef and cheese omelet is also a winner, especially paired with a side of their excellent fried potatoes.
 
The coffee isn't anything to brag about. Only drawback.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/03 09:03:53 (permalink)
Here in McKinney, TX (Money Magazine's "Second best place to live in the USA"), Bill Smith's Cafe and Spoons Cafe
 
For 'chain fans' we also have IHOP, Denny's, Culver's, Original Pancake House, Mimi's, and Waffle House.  And, of course: McWendyKing, Steak 'n Shake, Carl's Jr., and Jack-in-the-Box.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/03 09:09:57 (permalink)
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Here in McKinney, TX (Money Magazine's "Second best place to live in the USA"), Bill Smith's Cafe and Spoons Cafe
For 'chain fans' we also have IHOP, Denny's, Culver's, Original Pancake House, Mimi's, and Waffle House.  And, of course: McWendyKing, Steak 'n Shake, Carl's Jr., and Jack-in-the-Box.

Jack In The Box must have put McKinney over the top as the SECOND BEST place to live, ( Next to The Valley of the Sun!)
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/03 09:39:27 (permalink)
I used to love the House of Eggs on Military Hwy in Norfolk. First place I ever tasted country ham and was immediately hooked. 
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/03 09:41:41 (permalink)
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Here in McKinney, TX (Money Magazine's "Second best place to live in the USA"), Bill Smith's Cafe and Spoons Cafe
For 'chain fans' we also have IHOP, Denny's, Culver's, Original Pancake House, Mimi's, and Waffle House.  And, of course: McWendyKing, Steak 'n Shake, Carl's Jr., and Jack-in-the-Box.

Jack In The Box must have put McKinney over the top as the SECOND BEST place to live, ( Next to The Valley of the Sun!)


Actually, it was the nearly simultaneous opening of both Five Guys and In-N-Out.  But, that's lunch - a whole 'nother topic that would have also to include our Grimaldi's and Mellow Mushroom!
 
Edit:  BTW, I checked the Money Magazine list and I didn't see anywhere in AZ on it.  'Jes sayin'. 
post edited by MetroplexJim - 2014/01/03 09:49:41
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/10 02:02:55 (permalink)
Judicke's Bakery in Bayonne for Donuts...

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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/10 09:34:24 (permalink)
Is there any way all if the listings on this forum could be broken down and listed by each state???
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/10 11:25:13 (permalink)
This a great thread that is always a pleasure toreview. All of the places I mentioned in 2004 and 2012 are alive and kicking
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/10 19:09:58 (permalink)
In addition to the two local places here in McKinney we also really enjoy The House Cafe in Allen and Benedict's in Addison. 
 
Benedict's "Benedict Cordon Bleu" is, IMHO, the best "fancy" breakfast dish in the Metroplex.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/14 10:25:40 (permalink)
Ellington, CT - The Chuckwagon
 
East Windsor, CT - Stir the Pot
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/14 10:54:10 (permalink)
Mindoro, WI-Top Dawgs
http://topdawgspub.com/
Known for their 108 different burgers.
On the breakfast menu is a big breakfast mess called "The Dog Pile".....
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/14 10:56:09 (permalink)
Definetely the new Roadfood kid on the block
I'll admit I've never had breakfast there ( just lunch) but in E.G. a town known for its foodies if a restaurant is always  packed, you know its good.
http://www.danteskitchenri.com/
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/14 17:04:35 (permalink)
Here in Herndon (VA), the place for breakfast is ""The Virginia Kitchen"  http://www.vakitchen.com/
A local "Waffle House - style" breakfast/lunch eatery. Good food at reasonable prices. Lines can be long on weekends, especially right after church lets out on Sundays. A meeting place for local politicians and business leaders.
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RE: Local Breakfast Eateries? 2014/01/14 20:17:58 (permalink)
If you are in the Twin Ports of Duluth, MN/Superior, WI: The Duluth Grill. It recently got some national attention, I believe, on the Food Network. Local ingredients. Try the red flannel hash. 
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