My nomination is any Greek Owned eatery that will get you two eggs, bacon or sausage, toast and a side of sausage gravy and coffee for 2.99.
Brings back some great memories:
Angelo’s – Ann Arbor, MI Deep fried French toast!
Kitchen Little – Mystic, Conn.
Polly’s Pancake Parlor – NH
Pamela’s – Strip District, Pittsburgh
DeLuca’s – Strip District, Pittsburgh
Blue Moon Cafe – Baltimore
Tobe’s Donuts – Watkins Glen
Grand Traverse Pie Co. – Traverse City, MI
Sabrina’s – Italian Market, Philadelphia
Chateau Frontenac – Quebec City
Did anyone buy it? Is it still operational? It was a little goldmine of a business[:D]
I had already posted my top 10 breakfast places, but I recently ate at a place that definitely belongs on the list. That would be The Breakfast Club in Dayton, Ohio. The ham & cheese omelette I had was as good as they come and the potato pancakes were not too far behind. The photos I took of these itams can be found on the review. Now, as to which restaurant in my top 10 The Breakfast Club displaces…..
There’s a new breakfast/lunch place in Toms River called "SHUT UP & EAT!". It has great food, reasonable prices, and a fun atmosphere. The waitresses wear pajamas, the walls are covered with an eclectic mix of odds & ends, photos, toys, etc. and the bathroom is a real hoot! Try their stuffed french toast and their garlic-cheddar grits casserole.
I’m not well travelled, this is just where I’ve been. I only have 9. The rest are pretenders.
Blanche & Bill’s Pancake House – Bridgewater Corners, VT
Coffee An – Westport, CT
Mo’s Midtown – Hartford, CT
The Silver Skillet – Atlanta, GA
Mother’s – New Orleans, LA
The Breakfast Klub – Houston, TX
Frank’s Grill – Houston, TX
Teotihuacan Mexican Cafe – Houston, TX
Hoover’s Cooking – Austin, TX
Try Toast in Ferndale, Michigan (Woodward Avenue). Fabulous…that’s all I can say.
Also Silver Grill Care on Walnut Street in Fort Collins, Colorado. Buy a coffee mug with your name on it. Great daily specials!
I haven’t thought about DuPar’s in a long time, but count me as a fan, too. Though the food has always been good, I like it just as much for the authentic coffee shop atmosphere. As far as I know, there are three of them. Besides the Farmer’s Market location (my favorite), they have one in Studio City and the one in Thousand Oaks is in a hotel.
In Los Angeles don’t miss Dupars for the ultimate in pancakes
(not sure of all locations, but I believe one is located at the Farmer’s Market next to CBS Televison City on Fairfax)
In San Francisco don’t miss Sears Fine Foods at Union Square.
oDey in LA
Food you gotta be airline. I recognize all those places from many years of flying except The Coffee Cup – Omlettes & Grits- Pensacola FL, PegLeg’s -Oysters – Pensacola Beach, FL and Mcguires Irish Pub – Pub Food – Pensacola FL. I recognize them because I pass them almost daily………..live in Gulf Breeze. All of them are great but I think my very favorite and the one I most miss is Carnegie Deli- Classic Jewish Deli- NYC. The whole New York thingi was great…….
It’s Tops Coffee Shop on Market Street in the Castro District has been around since the 30’s. The same family has owned it since the 50’s. We ate at the counter and talked to the owner/chef while enjoying some of the greatest egg dishes and pancakes on the west coast. They serve burgers, fries, malts, and banana splits for the lunch crowd. The lemon Cokes are not to be missed while playing your favorite oldies on the juke box.
Ok–i no particular order—
Morning Thunder in Chico Calif—huge meals that serve two–great cafe and the best looking waitresses in the country![:D] Nice folks!
Pancake Pantry in Nashville–the real deal and a favorite of alot of musicians–and trust those musicians KNOW their breakfasts!
Cafe DuMonde—what can i say–to eat here means YOUR IN NOLA!!! and that in itself make it wonderful!!!
Almost any DINER!!
JM’s –Eufala Ok–" est 1937 "—nobody stays in business that long serving food without being GOOD!–killer pork chop and eggs–$6.50
Green Country Resteraunt Checotah Ok—acroos from the Flying J–great Country ham and 3 eggs!!! Met Carrie Underwoods grandad in there EARLY one am!
While traveling on the east coast—Waffle House—-gotta love the hash browns!
I dont know if its still open but LONG ago i used to have latrer night after the gig eats a a place in Boston right across from the Pru-called the Bulkie–potato pancakes—need i say more!
Chinatown in Oakland or SanFrancisco–very early ams!!!! Awesome!!!—
The Pasty shop out behind the Bookshop Santas Cruz in Santa Cruz Ca—1st get a Latte at Santa Cruz Roastintin Company then get pastry and sit out in the patio.
The Med""–or Mederterainian if you must—on University Ave in Berzerkly Califonia!!!
that little shop on the ground level of my daughters building on Lorimar street in Brooklyn with the killer breakfasts in a roll that New Yorkers crave!
oh so many breatfasts left to try!!!
The Cottage over in Laguna Beach. Wonderful setting and top-notch chow. The Country Breakfast was waaay more than I could handle and very very tasty.
On your way north on I-17 heading out of Phoenix is The Rock Springs Cafe. Been there since 1918, great Road Food any time of the day, the PENNY’S PIES are unbelievable, and quite famous in these parts.
If you get up to Flagstaff visit the Cafe Express in the downtown area. Probably the best Biscuits and Gravy I’ve ever had! [:p][:p] You can also get a mean Latte there.
I can vouch for the Chompie’s in Tempe (also one in Scottsdale), great bagles (I actually prefer the Bialys) and the Corned Beef Hash is out of this world!
Man, guess where I’m going for breakfast tomorrow (after I vote, of course!) [:p]
Eggheads in Ft.Bragg is one of my favorite breakfasts. The food’s great, the decor is amazing, and there’s lots of Wizard of Oz memorabilia. Arrive early or plan to wait.
A yellow brick road on the floor of the restaurant leads out back to the outhouse.
326 N. Main Street
Ft. Bragg, CA
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