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eamcd Aug 22, 2008 12:45 PM

Any suggestions for where to go for a good Saturday morning breakfast after dropping off family members at the Philadelphia airport? We'd need to park the car, but would like a decent breakfast (after getting out early)! Diner or other good breakfast recommendations appreciated!

Thanks.

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    hungry100 Aug 27, 2008 09:07 AM

    "Everyone who knows goes to The Melrose" a classic diner in South Philly (Broad and Passyunk) not far from the airport.

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      griffin19 Aug 23, 2008 09:31 AM

      You might try Sabrina's (9-10/Christian). Fabulous breakfast. I take out-of-town friends there and they always have trouble deciding what to order b/c everything sounds so good. It's standard breakfast but with a slight creative twist. Large portions and good coffee.

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        bluehensfan Aug 23, 2008 04:40 PM

        Reading Terminal's great...esp. pancakes at the Dutch Eating Place. $3 validated parking across the street for up to two hours.

        Other ideas that may work could be Morning Glory, Sabrina's, or Honey's Sity and Eat but on a Saturday they would involve a long wait.

        1. re: griffin19
          hollyd Aug 25, 2008 08:31 AM

          I'm always hesitant to reveal this secret, but the new Sabrina's location on 18th and Callohill has the same menu, less wait, and....neighborhood parking.

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          Bigley9 Aug 22, 2008 01:12 PM

          Do you have an approximate time and preferred direction (where are you going back to)?

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            eamcd Aug 22, 2008 05:26 PM

            Good question -- it will be early -- about 8 am and we'll be heading back north. Not sure if we're going back to NJ or will spend the day in Philly with our kids. So we're flexible.

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              mrfunnyjokes Aug 22, 2008 07:05 PM

              you will be pretty close to Center City so I would suggest Beau Monde (crepes and outdoor seating not very expensive) at 6 and Bainbridge. check their website for hours but I think they open early. Or the Reading Terminal Market park and forage the market.

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