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Breakfast in Sunland?

SecretAsianMan Mar 1, 2007 11:41 AM

It doesn't have to be fancy, but tasty is preferable...

Any suggestions?


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  1. Gohantabeyoka RE: SecretAsianMan Mar 2, 2007 08:39 PM

    Gee, S.A.M., almost two days and no replies.
    I guess it's Hostess fruit pies and bad coffee at 7-Eleven for Sunland.
    Hill Street Cafe,
    3301 N Glenoaks Blvd., Sun Valley,

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      SecretAsianMan RE: Gohantabeyoka Mar 2, 2007 11:23 PM

      Thanks for this.


    2. Local RE: SecretAsianMan Mar 2, 2007 10:46 PM

      o.k.. here's the gig...I keep my horse stabled in Shadow Hills. There's a place that the locals frequent called the Rise and Shine at the corner of Wheatland and Sunland Blvds. Not a greasy spoon, but very low profile except to the locals who've been going there forever. If you didn't know better, you'd probably pass on going in. It's hardly noticeable from the outside, not to mention located next to a liquor mart. I like it, good service, clean, and fine for breakfast,... but... if you don't ride a horse, reek of horse, or have even a remote dislike for horses, you may really really feel outta your element. So yes, Sunland has breakfast places. If you go, I've at least prepared you...

      Now, ....

      My preferred breakfast spot is Jeremy's, actually in La Crescenta, but fwy. close...pop onto the 210, head west, exit at Pennsylvania, head south to the bottom of the hill... as it curves s/e it's at the corner of Ramsdell and Honolulu. Great breakfast, omelets, pancakes, etc., including a great salsa with the huevos rancheros. Very friendly, locals and families, counter service too...and a horse isn't a prereq.

      I've tried a few places along Foothill in Sunland/Tujunga, on the stretch between Mt. Gleason and Sherman Grove but none were worth going back (either bleh food or lousy service).

      P.S. The place just east of Rise and Shine has changed names at least three times in the last few years... avoid it...it's ???? Bistro now...it was awful when I went there during the last two name changes, no telling what it's like now and whether it's under new ownership or just flipping names again.

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      1. re: Local
        SecretAsianMan RE: Local Mar 2, 2007 11:22 PM

        I'll saddle up and check it out. Great! Thanks!


      2. Local RE: SecretAsianMan Mar 2, 2007 10:48 PM

        oops, head EAST on the 210 to Penn. to get to Jeremy's...

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          robertpasadena RE: SecretAsianMan Mar 2, 2007 11:00 PM

          Sunland???? Hmmmm, AMPM has breakfast sandwiches. Or does micky D's still have the sausage croissant?;-)))

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            SecretAsianMan RE: robertpasadena Mar 2, 2007 11:23 PM

            Not exactly a culinary oasis is it?

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              erin_chelle RE: SecretAsianMan Apr 27, 2007 05:13 PM

              No, not nearly enough good restaurants around here. :(

              There's always Coco's in Sunland, right off the 210 fwy at Sunland. It's not bad, really - better than McDonalds.

              I have heard great things about Rise N Shine but haven't checked it out, yet.

          2. justanotherpenguin RE: SecretAsianMan Apr 27, 2007 06:54 PM

            has anyone been to "al reids" (sorry if the spelling if off) on mt. gleason just north of sunland?

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              CatHairCondiment RE: justanotherpenguin Aug 19, 2007 07:08 PM

              Didn't see any replies about Al Reids...this is the white bldg across the street from the Bank?

              Have passed it for years...about a year ago it was repainted. Anyone try it?

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              cdbndp RE: SecretAsianMan Jul 24, 2009 09:32 AM

              the angeles national golf club has amazing breakfasts at an amazing price (not to mention the amazing view of the golf course).
              we've been going steadily since they opened the new restaurant a couple of months ago. $7.95 gets you 2 eggs, 2 bacon, 2 wonderful sausage links (not the greasy jimmy dean type) hash browns AND 2 pancakes AND! coffee AND!!! juice!!! they room could use a little more decor but i think they don't wanna take away from the beauty of the golf course. there IS a dress-code but it is NOT enforced. we always go in blue jeans and t-shirts. and the golfers are always wearing shorts, etc...they're only open from 6:30 to 11am, though. i'm on a campaign to get them to serve Bfast longer. they also have a sunday brunch that we haven't tried, yet. i got the menu this morning: fruit compote, mimosa or bloody mary, and a choice of entre (bagel w/lox and capers, eggs benedict w/potatoes or the belgian waffle w/strawberries) for just $10. sounds nice. FINALLY WE HAVE A BREAKFAST PLACE IN S/T! don't be scared off by the swishy atmosphere of a "golf club". i'm sure they're just happy to have customers, these days.

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