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Oct 29, 2006 04:24 PM

Best breakfast in Sacramento - Fox and Goose

Okay.. I've gone to various places for breakfast (New Canton for Dim Sum to Cafe Italia in Davis) and I personally think that Fox and Goose as been the best. They have the closest English Breafast (!= English High Tea) and the food is fresh and just tastes good.

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  1. Hi atwong! I am glad that you got to try Fox and Goose. What did you try? I have eaten there several times; many times over 20 years ago and then again fairly often (once every month or two) over the last four or five years. One of my favorites is the welsh rarebit. I also enjoy their chowder. What was your favorite?

    1. Good God! It's still open? I used to go there before I moved to LA -- in 1978!

      1. Let's see... tried the California and Veggie Omelette and the Pub Grill with Bangers. I think all of them are quite good. No compliants there. Which reminds me, Crepeville in Davis has something similar to Fox and Goose's Benedict Arnold. I think it was the Manhatten at Crepeville. In addition, the scones with devonshire cream is awesome. Must have more cream! (and hot mustard on the bangers)

        1. We went there a while back and it was so packed (the wait was 30 minutes) so we went to Riverside Clubhouse..unfortunately. What time do you have to show up there in order to have a shorter on a Sat or Sun?

          I wanted to have the Pub Grill with Bangers. What is devonshire cream? I saw a bottle at Corti's.

          1. Ahh.. we waited 45 minutes. Unfortunately I don't know a shorter wait than that.

            As for devonshire cream, it's what they give you with your scones. It's a sweet light cream. You've got to taste it. I love it. Read more at