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best Plano breakfast

debbie421 Mar 7, 2008 10:48 AM

What's the best place to buy your dad breakfast (not brunch), before 9:00am on a Saturday?

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    Clem943 RE: debbie421 Mar 7, 2008 12:01 PM

    I'm not sure if you're talking about West Plano, but there isn't much there other than Denny's, etc. I live nearby at Preston and Geo. Bush and the only places I go to breakfast before 9 are in Dallas; the Original House of Pancakes at Sakowitz Village in Addison (not the same as IHOP) and Deli News at Preston and Campbell. There is a Dream Cafe in that same shopping center that many like. Some people also like Cyndy's in Richardson. There is a new Breadwinner's in Plano in Preston north of Parker, but I don't particularly care for it. I think there are some decent Mexican restaurants in East Plano east of 75. If anyone knows of anything else, I'd like to know myself.

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      debbie421 RE: Clem943 Mar 7, 2008 12:52 PM

      Plano by the Tollway.

    2. LewisvilleHounder RE: debbie421 Mar 7, 2008 12:13 PM

      Well it is not in Plano (Lewisville) but I think either has one of the better breakfast I have had.

      Weck's on Main St across from Goldsmith Stadium/Lewisville HS has some great NM breakfast items. I enjoyed the hash browns there.

      Ham N Eggs on Round Grove Rd. You could both eat a single stack of pancakes or biscuit and gravy. The portions are ridiculously large (I believe they used to feed the Cowboys players and have never reduced the portion sizes).

      I have been told by some people that the Cafe Brazil on Josey @ George Bush is good. I stopped eating at Cafe Brazil after I got a horrid dinner and service.

      I don't think you would be dissapointed if you drove all the way from Plano. This is one of the only culinary items Lewisville does have to offer the metroplex!!

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        planojim RE: debbie421 Mar 7, 2008 12:54 PM

        Poor Richards Cafe is my breakfast place of choice. Plano's oldest restuarant..


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          Chicago Native RE: debbie421 Mar 7, 2008 01:21 PM

          If you are near the tollway - the original pancake house is at 121 and the tollway, they have really good pancakes and omelettes! Little Gus is also a good choice in Plano, they are at Legacy and ...Coit I believe.

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            Miss Picky RE: debbie421 Mar 8, 2008 05:36 PM

            There is an Original Pancake House on Central (west side) just north of Park Blvd.
            They have great apple pancakes. You can call them: (972) 423-2889.
            The side street from Park is "Enterprise".
            Sunday mornings are prime time there.

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