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feelinpeckish Dec 6, 2011 07:49 PM

This is a lovely village, but what about breakfast places?

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    Scott_R Dec 6, 2011 08:15 PM

    Nothing, as best as I can remember. not since Friend of a Farmer closed years back. The closest decent place is the Landmark Diner‎, about 1 mile to the west.

    There's a deli in town that does breakfast; I don't recall if they have seating.
    http://www.delicaciesdeli.com/

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      stefathena Dec 7, 2011 06:34 AM

      I've never actually tried it, but I know Bistro Citron has a brunch menu. I'd love to know if it was good or not.

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        Scott_R Dec 7, 2011 07:04 AM

        Granted, but brunch (it's Sundays from 11am - 3pm) is hardly breakfast, is it? It's basically lunch with some breakfast-style offerings.

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          lenorel57 Dec 10, 2011 12:43 PM

          Bistro Citron is good for brunch...and dinner too.

        2. EM23 Dec 7, 2011 08:03 AM

          Diane's Bakery has a cafe http://trattoriadiane.com/cafe.html. I have not dined in the cafe but can vouch for the bakery goods. The link above lists only lunch items but I have a friend who enjoys breakfast there on weekends.

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            robinsilver Dec 10, 2011 11:07 AM

            Diane's is probably the only idea, but if you are looking for brunch, Thyme is Roslyn also serves brunch. Limani which is on Northern Blvd has a great brunch, although pricey. Not sure how far you are willing to go, but there are also a few bagel places that are not far. Another thought is to check with the Roslyn Claremont hotel. I can't find anything on their website, but they might know where to direct you, and may even serve breakfast in the hotel.

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