Sunday breakfast Maryland burbs
Need some new ideas for breakfast. Gone to Kirstens, Woodside Deli, Parkway etc. any ideas for something different? Will drive to Rockville, Bethesda, Silver Spring or further just tired of the same old same old. Thanks,
Well,I am going to FIRST WATCH tomorrow in Gaithersburg for breakfast.
I have never been before, but I hear it is pretty good.
I will let you know! Also, Corner Bakery may be an option for you.
Their cinnamon creme cake is especially addictive!
I forgot about Black Market in Kensington. You may want to check it out.
Very nice atmosphere and good food. Portions are adequate but not huge.
Le Pain Quotidien in Bethesda is good for breakfast. And I thought it was going to be a madhouse on a Sunday morning, but when I went there about a month ago it really wasn't.
There's also either Tastee Diner (SS or Bda) if you're looking for a dive-y sort of place.
Is Eggspectations good? I have to admit that I've avoided it because it has such a stupid name.
Those are two good suggestions (although at the extreme opposite ends of the price spectrum).
Eggspectation is definitely better than the name (although that might not be saying much). It has a pretty big menu and does it pretty well. I wouldn't say it wows me but I think it's a good option for breakfast and we enjoy going there when we're in the neighborhood on a Sunday morning.
You will probably be underwhelmed with Eggspectations and First Watch. They are crowded because, frankly, this area lacks wonderful breakfast options.
Try Mosaic Cafe on Rockville Pike, on the west side of the Pike across the street from Buy Buy Baby. They have lots of waffles and the service is very pleasant.
If your ever in the Baltimore City Region you should try Miss Shirleys on Cold Spring Lane.....
I know its out of your way. But we drive 45 mins to eat there. They have some good stuff.
I have three places for you:
Mon Ami Gabi-Bethesda
At the first two the hours lean more to brunch than breakfast but in both cases you can get good breakfast items. I actually prefer going to both of these places for breakfast/lunch than for dinner. Both do Saturdays also.
Gaffney's we tried on a lark one Saturday after shopping at the farmer's market. It was a gorgeous day, they had outside seating and we really didn't expect it to be good but it was. I had the French toast which was huge, delicious and served with tons of fresh fruit. Don't remember what my husband had but he loved it.
My idea of a erfect sunday breakfast is roast pig at Hollywood East Cafe on the Boulevard followed by assorted steamed dumplings, bitter greens with oyster sauce and the bean paste faux carrot and the sesame paste & green tea filled tea balls.
For us, it's only the Original Pancake House in Bethesda on Woodmont Ave. Best pancakes and eggs in town.
Original Pancake House - Bethesda (pumpkin chocolate chip FTW!)
Lia's in Chevy Chase
Mon Ami Gabi in Bethesda