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Fall River, Massachusetts
January 10, 2006
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by Roxy Dynamite
Neptune, New Jersey
December 6, 2001
For breakfast, my friend and I ordered Sausage Gravy and Biscuits to share. It comes with home fries ($3.95), a Sir Benn Omelette with chicken breast, broccoli, mushrooms, Vermont Cheddar topped with Hollandaise sauce ($5.95)and pancakes to die for that come in flavors like banana walnut, rasberry and granola and range in price from $3.95 to $4.50. We suggest springing for the Vermont maple syrup on the side to enhance the full pancake experience. We couldn't resist liberating a homemade cinnamon sugar donut from it's mates on the counter for an afternoon snack (75 cents). One of the best damn donuts I've sampled outside of the Daily Dozen in Seattle.
Their extensive menu included vegetarian fare like scrambled tofu, soy bacon and a tofu roast. A Grilled Havarti or Vermont Cheddar sandwich sounds tempting. All of the deserts are homemade and include a Chocolate Confusion Cake, apple and blueberry crisps. Seasonal desserts offered during out visit were pumpkin bread and Indian pudding.
While you're waiting for your food, slip a quarter in the jukebox and pick anything from the Glenn Miller Orchestra to N'Sync.
Hours of operation: Open daily at 6 am, Sunday at 7 am. Closing on Mon-Tues at 5pm, Wed-Fri at 8 pm and sat-Sun at 4 pm.
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