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Curiosity Killed the Cat Jun 5, 2013 08:59 PM

Any breakfast ideas on Coronado Island?

  1. foodiechick Jun 6, 2013 01:13 AM

    Tartine at the far east end or Orange Avenue. Nice little European kind of place...food is ok. http://tartinecoronado.com/

    Nice Mexican style breakfast at Miguelito's sidewalk cafe (does not open until 9am) http://www.brigantine.com/miguels_coc...

    Sheerwater at Hotel Del, I have actually had some decent breakfast there. Also, there is a coffee/juice/pastry/yogurt-fruit bar near the indoor entrance to Sheerwater. Grab a table outside to watch them train the hawks or walk 50-yards to the beach.

    1. foodiechick Jun 6, 2013 01:17 AM

      Plus - with the Hotel Del, if you sign up for their dining email, you will get 20% discount emails for your birthday and anniversary dates at all of their dining venues (including 1500 Ocean).

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      1. re: foodiechick
        firecooked Jun 9, 2013 04:19 PM

        Off topic, but have you tried the pizza at Eno?

      2. c
        cstr Jun 6, 2013 03:51 AM

        Hotel Del, relax and enjoy!

        1. El Chevere Jun 6, 2013 10:47 AM

          Leroy's Kitchen and Lounge has a great Sunday brunch, and I like Fabrison's French Creperie.

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          1. re: El Chevere
            globocity Jun 9, 2013 06:51 PM

            I second the rec for Leroy's.

            As for your second option....I can't trust a crêperie that misspells it as "créperie". Ouch.

          2. firecooked Jun 9, 2013 04:17 PM

            Cafe 1134 is my favorite, everything from omelettes and scrambles to yogurt with granola. Clayton's is also popular... More of a diner style breakfast (which is not really my taste in the morning).

            1. scottca075 Jun 13, 2013 05:38 PM

              I love Clayton's Coffee Shop for artery clogging junk, Tartine when I am feeling self righteously healthy and the little place next to Starbucks (name escapes me completely) for something casual.

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              1. re: scottca075
                phee Jun 13, 2013 07:55 PM

                That would be Villa Nueva Coffee & Pastry. Kind of hit-or-miss there. I like Oti's Place, Tartine, or Cafe 1134 better for small places with good food and outdoor dining.

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