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Gloucester Finds - Pleasant St Tea, Two Sisters, Ned's

Bob Dobalina Dec 27, 2007 08:58 AM

Please see this excellent original post on the Boston board.

http://www.chowhound.com/topics/473256

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    treb Jun 8, 2008 01:31 PM

    Went to 2 Sisters, what a huge disappointment. Ordered an omelet with portabella mushies and tomatoes, I've seen a single pancake in a plate that was thicker than this. What little there was tasted good as was the toast but, get real the breakfast was pretty pathetic. Too many other good breakfast places in Gloucester. Oh well..

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      eriberri Jun 9, 2008 07:36 AM

      I was the original poster. I'm sorry you had a bad experience. We were there in March/April and it was fantastic - omletes, toast, muffins, etc. Perhaps you could try them again? While there are other good places in Gloucester (we like George's, Lobsta Land, Sugar Magnolias), there's certainly not so many that you couldn't give a local business another try, right? I even go back to come places that are just okay in the area to make sure they stay open so we aren't all fighting over a stale, commerically produced donut at Dunks! Happy Chowing!

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        treb Jun 9, 2008 10:26 AM

        If it were even OK, I'd probably go back again, this was really pathetic, even more so they only take cash and they are more expensive than George's, Sugar's and Lee's. I'm all for supporting the local businesses, and I do, but this one is off my list for now. Lessons learned!

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