Top 10 Breakfast Places

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tamandmik
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/09 15:26:19
I need to add to this thread. Ordinarily, I am not a big breakfast eater/affciando. Up until Sunday I would say the best I've had were the coconut pancakes at Polly's Pancake Parlor in New Hampshire. However, I just had a Belgian Waffle at a place in Portland Oregon called the Heathman, which tops Polly's. It was the single best breakfast dining out I've ever had. Not much is discussed in Roadfood when it comes to the Pacific Northwest, and probably less is even associated with breakfast, however, for all you Oregonians, I thought I'd share this find with you.
wanderingjew
Sirloin
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/09 15:35:05
quote:
Originally posted by cecif

You know, I don't know buffetbuster - do you wanderingjew??
I had always avoided Wilmington when I was up there before (a lot) since it's kinda touristy and in winter chock full o' downhill skiers from NJ etc. (Actually everyone this weekend seemed to have NJ & CT plates!)

[Edit: wanderingjew, have you ever been to the Townshend Dam Diner?? I'll put it in a trip report but I see it's not reviewed on RF...]


Dot's can get crowded, however I've never had a problem finding a seat at the counter. Everytime I go it appears to be mostly locals, as I've yet to see an out of state plate (except for mine)

I've never been to Townshend Dam Diner, I looked at their website and all I can say is "Bison Burgers??? In Vermont???!!!" " />
buffetbuster
Porterhouse
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/09 15:44:14
tamandmik-
Isn't the Heathman the big luxury hotel in Portland? Is it in the hotel?
Big Ugly Mich
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/09 15:50:37
quote:
Originally posted by wanderingjew
Dot's can get crowded, however I've never had a problem finding a seat at the counter. Everytime I go it appears to be mostly locals, as I've yet to see an out of state plate (except for mine)
It's like Yogi Berra said about Toots Shor's, "Nobody goes there no more. It's too crowded."
tamandmik
Double Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/09 16:09:18
quote:
Originally posted by buffetbuster

tamandmik-
Isn't the Heathman the big luxury hotel in Portland? Is it in the hotel?


You're correct, Buffetbuster. I would have hardly classified my waffle as being in a 'roadfood' venue, that said, there were some breakfast items that were regionally noteworthy, such as salmon infused hash. I saw someone else eating the waffle entry, and decided it was for me. It was a great choice, plus I got to eat some of my cousin's hash, so it was a win-win.
cecif
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/12 01:18:39
quote:
Originally posted by wanderingjew
I've never been to Townshend Dam Diner, I looked at their website and all I can say is "Bison Burgers??? In Vermont???!!!" " />


LOL! I know I know! And a local waiting at the door behind me (popular spot!) was saying that's what they were going to have, they obviously knew the menu!

I should have had the grilled meatloaf sandwich but I had the meatloaf parmesan with pasta, salad & garlic bread. YUM! (Oh whoops this is a breakfast thread...)

So back to Dot's... there were a bunch of out-of-state plates and my (very very nice) neighbors at the counter were from Quad Cities, IL, so we talked food and VT sites.
IansMom
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/12 04:38:40
10 best in my book...in no order

1. Y. Ben House- SF Chinatown.. Dimsum
2. Lynn's Paradise Cafe- Louisville, KY
3. Noshville- Nashville, TN real H & H Bagels
4. Loveless
5. Towns End- SF CA.. nice place, great food
6. I can't remember the name of the place but... it's across the street from Towns End.. greasy Diner food.. owned by a family named Pappadappolus excellent cheap breakfests
7. South Beach Cafe- SF, CA creamy eggs, great french bread and salad for breakfest/
8. Kibbutz Messilot- Israel, boiled eggs, fried and scrambled, fresh bread, fruit, fresh yogurt, fresh picked veggies, hot milk, and cocoa and tea and coffee... good food..
9. Food Street, Hong Kong... a few bucks walking this street and you were full, the sate man, the dumpling woman.. MMmmm
10. My house




buffetbuster
Porterhouse
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/12 11:22:17
tamandmik-
Just because it is in a nice hotel doesn't mean it can't be Roadfood. Look at the Hot Brown sandwich from the Camberley Brown Hotel in Louisville. Salmon hash really sounds good! Next time in Portland, for sure.
wanderingjew
Sirloin
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/12 11:28:05
quote:
Originally posted by buffetbuster

tamandmik-
Just because it is in a nice hotel doesn't mean it can't be Roadfood. Look at the Hot Brown sandwich from the Camberley Brown Hotel in Louisville. Salmon hash really sounds good! Next time in Portland, for sure.


I agree, I went to Kaffe Stuga at the Sheraton in Bloomington MN
for their afternoon Scandinavian Buffet back in 1999- now that was real Roadfood
In fact the entire trip was true Minnesota
Wild Rice Pancakes at Rick's Cafe in Minneapolis
Swedish Meatloaf and Swedish Apple Pie at the sadly missed Crabtree's Kitchen in Copas
Walleye and Wild Rice Soup at Tavern on Grand in St Paul and
Pheasant, Wild Rice, Beer Cheese Soup and Sour Cream Raisin pie at Anderson House in Wabasha!
Wandering Chew
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/24 22:25:50
quote:
Originally posted by dayle long

wandering chew,
thanks for mentioning the windsor diner..my father owned that diner back in the early
60's when it was called the cherry hill diner.
cherry hill was still deleware township back then.
i grew up in that diner.

Just saw this Dayle-i really like that diner-great scrapple,grilled split sticky buns-vry traditional and comfortable- i wish we had jersey Diners in Miami- alas nothing close but thats why we hit the road!!
Wandering Chew
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/24 22:42:22
quote:
Originally posted by buffetbuster

tamandmik-
Isn't the Heathman the big luxury hotel in Portland? Is it in the hotel?

yes, my wife and i had a very good dinner in their restaraunt- great seasonal menu w/local farm products and great selection of Wines from OR- YUM PINOT NOIR- not exactly roadfood but i'm not surprised breakfast was very good.
DPuro329
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/27 11:41:59
Hi Everyone,
Here's my top 10 in no particulaer order...

1. Bubby's Pie Company, NYC
2. The Friendly Toast, Portsmouth, NH
3. Mariners Cove, Brielle, NJ
4. The Original Pancake House (one of a few chains I enjoy)
5. Versilles Diner, Farfield, NJ
6. OB-CO Donuts, Toms River, NJ
7. Sorrento's Deli, Freehold, NJ (amazing Pork roll and cheese sandwiches)
8. Flavors, the Buffet at Harrahs Las Vegas
9. Hot Krispy Kreme Donuts
10. The Chicken or the Egg, Long Beach Island, NJ
wanderingjew
Sirloin
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/27 12:24:53
quote:
Originally posted by DPuro329

Hi Everyone,
Here's my top 10 in no particulaer order...

1. Bubby's Pie Company, NYC
2. The Friendly Toast, Portsmouth, NH
3. Mariners Cove, Brielle, NJ
4. The Original Pancake House (one of a few chains I enjoy)
5. Versilles Diner, Farfield, NJ
6. OB-CO Donuts, Toms River, NJ
7. Sorrento's Deli, Freehold, NJ (amazing Pork roll and cheese sandwiches)
8. Flavors, the Buffet at Harrahs Las Vegas
9. Hot Krispy Kreme Donuts
10. The Chicken or the Egg, Long Beach Island, NJ



Nothing in the midwest/south/southwest/west coast or new england??!!- you don't travel??" />
cecif
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/27 17:23:57
quote:
Originally posted by wanderingjew

quote:
Originally posted by DPuro329

Hi Everyone,
Here's my top 10 in no particulaer order...

2. The Friendly Toast, Portsmouth, NH



Nothing in the midwest/south/southwest/west coast or new england??!!- you don't travel??" />


WJ... Now I don't live in NH, but if I did, I might be offended by part of that question...
DPuro329
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/27 23:18:25
WJ,
Hello from a fellow Jew, I don't get to travel as much as I would like, nor am I much of a breakfast person. Not counting a stopover in Miami, I haven't been in Florida since 1987 (family vacation to Disneyworld when I was in 3rd grade). I've never traveled to the south south of VA,except for Florida. Another family vacation took me out to California when I was high school, but I don't recall any memorable breakfasts. I did list one Vegas place on the list, the Buffet at Harrahs, a side note being that my first krispy kreme donut was in the Excalibur in Las Vegas, so thats two. Side note part 2, NJ is Dunkin Donut country and the one and only freestanding Krispy Kreme in the state is now closed. Thank you Cecif for noticing that NH is indeed in New England. I have traveled extensively throughout the region, but can't recall many memorable breakfasts, especially 4 years of dining hall breakfasts at UNH. My only experience in the Southwest was a Boy Scout trip to Colorado and New Mexico. Besides camp cooking, we ate mainly fast food/chains, yes I know I'm so ashamed. I guess with a few trips beyond, I've mainly traveled throughout the Northeast, but I would like to travel the US. Someday maybe.

Dave
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/28 12:02:09
WJ's comment got me to wondering. So I checked back in this thread and see that many confine their choices to one geographical location. There is no absolute 10 best breakfasts mainly because I doubt anyone could find all 10 best or come to a consensus. So the 10 best are those collectively each contributes and the New Jersey centric list of DPuro329 gives one a clue up if traveling to or through New Jersey. Four of the ten were not New Jersey centric.
Big Ugly Mich
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/28 12:58:50
quote:
Originally posted by Davydd WJ's comment got me to wondering. So I checked back in this thread and see that many confine their choices to one geographical location. There is no absolute 10 best breakfasts mainly because I doubt anyone could find all 10 best or come to a consensus. So the 10 best are those collectively each contributes and the New Jersey centric list of DPuro329 gives one a clue up if traveling to or through New Jersey. Four of the ten were not New Jersey centric.
But isn't that what makes such polls enlightening? One day, whether by design or happy accident, one of us will be in, say, Florida. Since someone else posted a list, we can use it then.
cecif
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/28 13:21:57
quote:
Originally posted by Big Ugly Mich

quote:
Originally posted by Davydd WJ's comment got me to wondering. So I checked back in this thread and see that many confine their choices to one geographical location. There is no absolute 10 best breakfasts mainly because I doubt anyone could find all 10 best or come to a consensus. So the 10 best are those collectively each contributes and the New Jersey centric list of DPuro329 gives one a clue up if traveling to or through New Jersey. Four of the ten were not New Jersey centric.
But isn't that what makes such polls enlightening? One day, whether by design or happy accident, one of us will be in, say, Florida. Since someone else posted a list, we can use it then.


I think that was Davydd's point.
It's all good & all useful!

(FWIW, my list happened to cover the country both from traveling widely and living many places, but I know there is another thread here called top ten or favorite "local" breakfast places, and then my list would be all MA stuff.)

[Edit: Just noticed this thread is one year old today... Happy Anniversary!!!!]
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/10/28 13:51:33
I don't have an official list but here are some of my recent breakfasts.

http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=22052&SearchTerms=ruin,breakfast
Big Kahuna Kooks
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/11/13 12:59:54
no particular order:
1. Uncle Bill's St. Louis
2. Polly's Pancake Paror, NH
3. IHOP's seasonal pumpkin panceakes
4. Balaban's Sunday Brunch, St. Louis
5. Zippy's, Hawaii
Big Ugly Mich
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/11/13 15:02:57
quote:
Originally posted by Big Ugly Mich
  • Frank's Diner in Kenosha, WI, but be warned, it's downtown, and be prepared to wait a while. When you go, get a garbage plate with home made bread,
On November 5th, the Kenosha News performed the ultimate service for its out of town readers by posting the recipe for Frank's garbage plate.

FRANKS DINER GARBAGE PLATE (the do-it-yourself version)

3 large eggs
1 cup hash browns
1/3 cup green peppers, chopped
1/3 cup onions, chopped
1 teaspoon jalapeno peppers, chopped
1/4 cup of any or all of the following: chopped tomatoes, sliced mushrooms, cubed ham, chopped bacon, crumbled sausage


Place the hashbrowns on your heating surface (a large electric frying pan or griddle is what I'd use) and add the green peppers, onions and jalapeno peppers. Mix them up with a spatula, then create a little mound with an indentation in the center (think volcano) and crack your eggs in that space. Mix the concoction around, letting it cook a little before adding your vegetables and meats. Continue cooking until the hashbrowsn are slightly crispy and meats are done.

How did they omit the cheese (about 1/4 to 1/3 cup of your choice, and added while the hashbrowns are just getting crisp, based on observation) in Wisconsin? My last Frank's garbage plate was a half garbage plate (about the size of this recipe) with chorizo sausage and blue cheese, and delicious.
cecif
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/11/13 15:45:07
quote:
Originally posted by Big Kahuna Kooks

no particular order:
...
5. Zippy's, Hawaii


Okay, that's a WHOLE state... could you be more specific? (town? island??)
koblak
Junior Burger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/11/13 18:50:45
the Omega Grill in Geneseo NY. Greek, of course.
cameron074
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/11/14 11:47:54
The budd lake diner in NJ, and both the Merrit Canteen and Mr. Mac's Canteen in CT. Love em.
ajp1111
Junior Burger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/11/19 22:49:45
In no particular order:

Shakers Restaurant - Glendale,CA - fabulous breakfast quesadilla
Olympia - Deerfield Beach, FL
Blueberry Hill - LaGrange, IL
Barney Greengrass - NYC - great lox, smoked fish, bagels
Fox and Obel - Chicago - Super specialty food store w/cafe
West Egg - Chicago and suburban locations
Blue Plate - Lakeside, MI - organic specialties
Carnegie Deli - You'll never see such an order of bacon!!
Millstone - Rapid City, SD
Lou Mitchell's - Chicago - terrific french toast and skillet breakfasts
Bigdave125
Junior Burger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/12/01 14:14:59
Once again, I can't speak for the rest of the country, but my favorite breakfast restaurant in San Diego is Adam's Steak and Eggs in Mission Valley, on hotel circle.

The steak in the steak and eggs meal is about 2 inches thick and is outstanding! Man, making my mouth water just thinking about it. As a matter of a fact, my wife and I are getting ready to go there now! Grin!

Bigdave125
wmceaton
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2007/12/03 07:09:15
My travel is limited to New England, NY, NJ, PA & OH...I have to say that the best breakfast that I ever had was in Mars Hill, Maine at a place called the Blue Moose.
A VERY long drive for a good breakfast but if you are in that part of Northeast Maine....check it out.
Big Kahuna Kooks
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2008/01/09 13:29:51
cecif...zippy's is a chain that serves authentic local food usch as locomoco, spam mushubi and other island favs. they are scattered across all the islands and even have mail order. their competition is L&L Barbecue which is famous fro their plate lunches.
billyboy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2008/01/09 14:08:46
I've got an L&L Barbecue across the street from me here in Lower Manhattan, NYC. Not really my thing, but my gf and a buddy of mine love it! Here's a pic I just took from my balcony on the 24th floor:


quote:
Originally posted by Big Kahuna Kooks

cecif...zippy's is a chain that serves authentic local food usch as locomoco, spam mushubi and other island favs. they are scattered across all the islands and even have mail order. their competition is L&L Barbecue which is famous fro their plate lunches.
cecif
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2008/01/09 21:17:01
quote:
Originally posted by Big Kahuna Kooks

cecif...zippy's is a chain that serves authentic local food usch as locomoco, spam mushubi and other island favs. they are scattered across all the islands and even have mail order. their competition is L&L Barbecue which is famous fro their plate lunches.


I'll be in Lahaina again in two weeks, don't remember seeing one there but will make sure to check!

LOL on the photo, billyboy!!!!!
MiamiDon
Filet Mignon
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2008/01/10 08:23:24
quote:
Originally posted by Big Ugly Mich

quote:
Originally posted by Big Ugly Mich
  • Frank's Diner in Kenosha, WI, but be warned, it's downtown, and be prepared to wait a while. When you go, get a garbage plate with home made bread,
On November 5th, the Kenosha News performed the ultimate service for its out of town readers by posting the recipe for Frank's garbage plate.

FRANKS DINER GARBAGE PLATE (the do-it-yourself version)

3 large eggs
1 cup hash browns
1/3 cup green peppers, chopped
1/3 cup onions, chopped
1 teaspoon jalapeno peppers, chopped
1/4 cup of any or all of the following: chopped tomatoes, sliced mushrooms, cubed ham, chopped bacon, crumbled sausage


Place the hashbrowns on your heating surface (a large electric frying pan or griddle is what I'd use) and add the green peppers, onions and jalapeno peppers. Mix them up with a spatula, then create a little mound with an indentation in the center (think volcano) and crack your eggs in that space. Mix the concoction around, letting it cook a little before adding your vegetables and meats. Continue cooking until the hashbrowsn are slightly crispy and meats are done.

How did they omit the cheese (about 1/4 to 1/3 cup of your choice, and added while the hashbrowns are just getting crisp, based on observation) in Wisconsin? My last Frank's garbage plate was a half garbage plate (about the size of this recipe) with chorizo sausage and blue cheese, and delicious.


Cheese is $.50 extra!

http://www.franksdinerkenosha.com/Menu.html
Baah Ben
Filet Mignon
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2008/01/10 09:25:40
Jo Jo's in Pittsburgh...Hand pattied fresh sausage (hot or mild) with eggs and served with big thick slices of Italian bread and legitimate homefries. The perfect roadfood breakfast

Pamela's in Pittsburgh..Absoluitely fantastic crepe like pancakes

Pancake Pantry in Nashville, TN - Top notch quality pancakes...Not pasty..Not heavy..just real good.

Original Pancake House - Love the 49'er crepe like pancakes. Excellent chain out of Oregon. Several locations. Pricy..You get what you pay for. Top quality pancake batters..The name of the game.

Al's Diner, Jersey City, NJ - Tic Tock, Clifton, NJ - Lots of great diners in the Garden State. It's all in their willingness to do the right thing..the good ones take the time and effort to make great home fries and use buttermilk in their pancake batters. They'll butter your toast with real, soft butter..They don't hand you cold butter pats! They make all their big cookies and cakes and danish with butter! Their linzer tarts have top quality raspberry jam..They give you warm syrup albeit not maple. It's the little things that make a difference.

Blue Boy Sandwich Shoppes, Jacksonville, FL - Massive breakfast sandwiches served on Greek Style bread

IHOP - Cream of Wheat pancakes...Great product in an otherwise so so breakfast chain

Brooklyn Diners - The good ones serve deep fried egg bread french toast with powdered sugar and strawberry preserves

The Crumpet Shop - Seattle (fantastic preserves to go along with this unique breakfast item)

Did not know McGuire's in Pensacola served breakfast...If it's anything like the quality of their lunch and dinner items, it has to be terrific. What a great place that is!

Most overrated IMHO...Sear's in San Francisco. Original owners gone and so is the quality. What a disappointment the last time we were there. Sorry Daawgon, but I respectfully disagree with your recommendation

Peach Valley - Ormond Beach, FL. They put in the effort here...Wonderul and unique breakfast items.

Rossi's - South Daytona Beach..As close as we have to a NJ Diner

Laihani Grill - Maui - Only because you can share your breakfast with the locals (birds). An experience one never forgets

The Camilla Grille - New Orleans - Huge omlets whipped up in a blender...Get the mushroom and cheese! Be prepared to wait...Watch those short order cooks perform right before your eyes. They are gooooood!

Charlies - Boston

Village Inns - Light and wonderful buttermilk pancakes. It's a chain, but they whip up their pancake batter and their omlets.

If the Waffle Houses would only serve real butter with their waffles, I'd be ok with them. Not great but they are everywhere!!
salindgren
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2008/01/13 04:57:22
Well, I guess I will try to keep this short. Of course, while on the Road, and in a hotel, I LOVE room service, even in a place like Holiday Inn SELECT. Love eating in my PJs. And having real 1/2 & 1/2, a nice 1/2 bottle of champagne with my "friend", and then a nice little post, shall we say, activity nap. Yes. Oh yes. Then get on the hoof about 4pm. For lunch.
But seriously, here are just two of my favorite breakfasts. In LA, or nearby. Now, I know everyone thinks the Pacific Dining Car is really expensive, and that is true for steaks, BUT... in the last few years they have decided to serve breakfast 24 hours, and I tell you, it's really not a bad deal, when you are ready for a truly soothing, quiet, relaxed, beautifully presented breakfast. Okay, you might spend $15 on bacon & eggs. BUT THEY ARE REALLY GOOD, OKAY?? It's a place to take a parent, or girlfriend, or whatever. It's not like any other place I can think of. It's special. At 3 AM you and your friend can whisper at each other. And all of this, including the coffee cups, in EXPENSIVE china. I love it. Good Bloody Marys, too. This is NOT Denny's. DO NOT wear flip-flops and a tube top in here.
Now, I know a lot of people here like that other place with no locks on the door, The Original Pantry, also in DT LA, but I'm just not crazy about it. If I did more searching, I'm sure I would find others I liked a lot more than The OP.
Alright, for those of you lucky enough to spend a night or two in Ojai, which is an hour or two north of LA, here's a nice little place for brekkers, on the north side of the main drag, on the east side of town, I think it's called the Garden Terrace. Probably open 7 days/wk. They have the BEST breakfast potatoes I have ever seen. I love the outdoor seating (which implies ashtrays!), and overall, the quality of the food and service is just great. OH! Here's this too! While you are in Ojai, do your foodie booty a favor and stop in at the GREAT little department store (north side of the main drag) called "Rains", as in Claude Rains. It's fantastic, they have a really good buyer, and tons of pepper mills, sea salt, all kinds of dry goods like that. Be careful about how many credit cards you bring along, you might get in over your head.
Other than that, I can't recommend a lot of breakfast places. I have a place on Soto, around 26th St, called Joe K's Deli, that is dirt cheap, and pretty good, I just don't know if it's top 10 material. Then, there is a really odd place called Mike's Hockey Burger, at Olympic & Soto, which is just too strange to describe, but the food is fine. I'd love to hear other Angeleno thoughts on all these places.
-Scott Lindgren scottlindgren@netzero.com 213 219 7160

jimsock9
Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2008/01/13 06:47:35
The Country Inn
4480 S Military Trl
Lake Worth, FL 33463
(561) 967-0450

Most incredible everything! There's nothing like it anywhere else down here!
cecif
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2008/01/13 08:04:18
quote:
Originally posted by jimsock9

The Country Inn
4480 S Military Trl
Lake Worth, FL 33463
(561) 967-0450

Most incredible everything! There's nothing like it anywhere else down here!


Aren't you missing nine more places...?!?!?! This is, after all, a Top Ten list!
tustinthug
Junior Burger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2008/01/14 20:16:22
Top Ten Breakfast taste bud's delight's
1. Flap Jack's Lynn Haven, Fl.
2. Sweet Tea's Lynn Haven. Fl.
3. Huddle House Alabama and Georga
4. Cracker Barrel all.
5. Huddle House all.
6. The Pantry Los Angeles, Ca.
7. Mary's Oceanside, Ca.
8. Broken Egg Panama City Beach, Fl.
9. Corman's Calaway, Fl.
10.Bayou Joe's Panama City, Fl.


tustinthug
Junior Burger
RE: Top 10 Breakfast Places 2008/01/15 10:40:23
Top Ten in my book.
1.Flap Jacks Lynn Haven,Fl.
2.Sweet Tease Lynn Haven, Fl.
3.Huddle House any and all.
4.The Pantry Los Angeles, Ca.
5.Coram's Calaway, Fl.
6.Cracker Barrel any and all.
7.Broken Egg Panama City Beach, Fl.
8.Bayou Joe's Panama City, Fl.
9.Waffle House Lynn Haven, Fl.
10.Mary's Oceanside, Ca.

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