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Breakfest Near Trader Joe's in South Charlotte

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mustardgirl Jan 31, 2008 03:10 PM

Looking for places for Breakfest near Charlotte

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    jshogh RE: mustardgirl Jan 31, 2008 05:46 PM

    The Flying Biscuit Cafe is about 1/2 mile from Trader Joe's.
    The pancakes are extremely yummy.

    1. lynnlato RE: mustardgirl Feb 2, 2008 02:53 PM

      In addition to The Flying Biscuit, there is Cardillo's Kitchen in the Bi-Lo shopping center on Elm Ln.(just south of Ballantyne Commons Pkwy). Family owned... they are originally from NY/NJ area.

      Also Delancy Street Deli at The Fountains on the corner of Ardrey Kell & Tom Short Rds. This is a NY Deli that serves brkfst in the a.m.

      Good Ole Days and Le Peep both at the Arboretum.

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        littlegirltree RE: lynnlato Feb 2, 2008 06:52 PM

        Though it goes against all I stand foe as a diner, i absolutely love Le Peep for breakfast. Everything is spectacular. Their egg dishes served with hollandaise and peasant potatoes are divine. I think I just talked myself into going there for breakfast tomorrow. Le sigh...

        http://www.lepeep.com/menupages/index...

        Oh, Table in Ballantyne Village has a beautiful brunch. The restaurant is so beautiful filled with bright morning light - the Florida Art Deco decor really comes to life. ANy other time I won't bother with the restaurant - too expensive and a disappointing selection, but brunch is perfection.

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          GodfatherofLunch RE: lynnlato Feb 3, 2008 05:26 AM

          I second Cardillo's Kitchen- They serve a breakfast sandwich called
          "The Jersey" Fried egg, melted cheese and Taylor Ham on a hard roll. Taylor ham also called pork roll is a New Jersey treat of ham mildly spiced and processed into a roll like a salami. Slices are grilled and it is a taste treat!!!

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            southernitalian RE: lynnlato Feb 5, 2008 10:22 AM

            Good Old days is my daughter's favorite. If you only knew how many cardboard cars we have in the garage (they serve kids' meals in them, pretty cute). They do a decent job with breakfast. Fast service. Good coffee. I like their omelettes and sausage.

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              lynnlato RE: southernitalian Feb 5, 2008 01:53 PM

              I love the "Jewish Santa" thing the owner does every year. Since my daughter was a baby, every year we go and make a donation and then have lunch. He does some amazing things for those in need.

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