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trillgirl Jun 21, 2008 06:01 PM

Trekking down to Rockville early in the morning Sunday to send the youngest off to camp - anyplace y'all would recommend that's good for breakfast?

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    steinre1 Jun 24, 2008 07:28 PM

    Broadway Diner serves breakfast all day. Try the Hobo Banquet - basically the entire breakfast menu mixed together in one dish...

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      sarawithanh Jun 25, 2008 10:38 AM

      Original Pancake House
      First Watch
      Bagel City

      if you can make it to Silver Spring, Eggspectations is the absolute best breakfast place ever!

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        DanielK Jun 25, 2008 11:31 AM

        "if you can make it to Silver Spring, Eggspectations is the absolute best breakfast place ever!"

        Strongly disagree - Eggspectations is the TGIFridays of the breakfast world. Overpriced chain food for the masses - give me a greasy spoon for breakfast any day.

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      Transplanted Texan Jun 24, 2008 07:12 PM

      Mosaic Cafe has lovely waffles and very pleasant service. They're on the west side of Rockville Pike, in the shopping center across from the Holiday Inn (I think?). There's a back store there and an outdoor outfitting store. Just south of the shopping center where The Container Store is.

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        xpatticakesx Jun 24, 2008 08:38 PM

        I second Mosaic! I've never had their waffles, though they're known for them, but the rest of their food is delicious.

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          reiflame Jun 25, 2008 08:45 AM

          I forgot about them! I've only been for lunch but liked their waffle sandwiches.

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          Justin Emalius Jun 22, 2008 02:58 PM

          Me, I'm partial to greasy spoons run by Greeks so there's Apollo on Washington Street in the center of Rockville and Ambrosia in the Montrose Crossing shopping center down Rockville Pike. Corned beef hash, home fries and eggs how you like 'em.

          That is all
          Justin

          1. DanielK Jun 21, 2008 08:13 PM

            I recommend Bagel City on the Pike just north of Montrose, and Ize's Bagels also on the Pike a few blocks south of Montrose.

            There's your standard IHOP and Original Pancake House, both on the Pike. OPH is across from Bagel City, and IHOP is up near downtown Rockville.

            In the new downtown Rockville, there's another (smaller) chain called First Watch that's pretty decent.

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              reiflame Jun 22, 2008 07:19 AM

              You can't really compare Original Pancake house and IHOP.....that's like comparing Denny's to Platos.

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