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ChancesR Jun 17, 2013 03:43 PM

Where can I get breakfast near 54th and Nicollet? Does Sunstreet have anything good?

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    sandylc Jun 17, 2013 03:51 PM

    Wise Acre Eatery is at 54th and Nicollet and they are open at 9 a.m. every morning.

    Oh, and I haven't been to Sunstreet, but it does get good reviews for breakfast.

    1. mitch cumstein Jun 18, 2013 06:37 AM

      I really like the biscuit sandwiches at sunstreet. It has a little southern vibe to the menu, good bit of biscuit and gravy and what-not, and they do a good job. I would definitely go there over wise acre. patisserie 46 would be an option, if you wouldn't mind a limited menu(quiche, croissant sandwiches) but the are also really good. Sun street is prob where I would go though for a little more variety and a pretty darn tasty biscuit.

      1. Jordan Jun 18, 2013 09:12 AM

        Sun Street is good. Patisserie 46 is fine for sweeter, gooier fare. (They are also dark on Mondays.) I haven't been to Wise Acre. I have heard good things, but the menu also looks offputtingly pricy to me.

        A little further afield, consider Turtle Bread at 48 @ Chicago or Butter at 37 @ Nicollet. Butter is very good, but you have to detour around the construction to get to them.

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          ChillyDog Jun 19, 2013 12:08 AM

          If Butter's neighborhood is in play, I'd recommend Blackbird at 3800 Nicollet. Or just a few blocks from there, Victor's 1959 at 38th & Grand.

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            ChancesR Jun 19, 2013 07:18 AM

            Didn't realize Blackbird was open for breakfast - looks great! Hope the construction winds up soon.

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          meljohns Jun 19, 2013 08:12 AM

          Sunstreet is really good and right now they have this delicious homemade raspberry jam on every table; so yummy. P46 has amazing coffee cake and they also do a few savory options like a daily quiche and a filled croissant.

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            kevin47 Jun 19, 2013 03:30 PM

            I'll second the recommendation for Sun Street's biscuit sandwiches. I had a homemade spam one and it was really nice.

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