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ISO: Breakfast (esp. french toast) on Penninsula

muimi07 Mar 28, 2007 05:38 PM

I'm taking a much-awaited week's vacation from work the week after Easter. Since I'm not leaving home, I decided that I'm going to treat myself to a lazy day out with good food. I'm looking for a good place to get the best French toast the Penninsula has to offer. Outdoor seating would be wonderful but not necessary. Also, I'm going out on a weekday so no weekend-only breakfast/brunch recommendations, please. Thanks in advance!

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    hannah Mar 29, 2007 09:09 AM

    I really enjoy Nini's in Burlingame. It's a great neighborhood breakfast spot with an outdoor area. The Millbrae Pancake house is also good. If you really want to splurge for breakfast I've heard the Ritz in Half Moon Bay is worth checking out.

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      VirgoBlue Mar 29, 2007 09:38 AM

      Stack's in Menlo Park, Redwood City, or Burlingame is a breakfast choice you can't go wrong with. Almost anything you order off that menu you can't go wrong with. Go early about when the open or closer to when the close, otherwise you'll be met with a long wait. www.stacksrestaurant.com

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        QuincyFats Mar 29, 2007 03:20 PM

        Try JoAnn's in SOuth San Francisco. Excellent.

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