Breakfast in STL

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Breakfast in STL

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In my case, tomorrow AM. Where to go? - I presume all the weekend brunch places won't be serving.

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Winslows Home on Delmar

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docellis wrote:Winslows Home on Delmar
Thanks -that's where we will go. Been meaning to try it. Have been to most of the others on the yelp list - Rooster , City CoffeeHouse, Benton Park Cafe, Majestic, of course the franchised places too.

Anybody been to the MudHouse on Cherokee?

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Mokabe's (Grand and Arsenal) is supposed to be really good.

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Probably too late, but....

Chris' Pancake & Dining

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Uncle Bill's Pancake House is classic grease-spoon and very affordable with a casual but friendly atmosphere.

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Of course it's a given that I'm a food snob but I think Freed was looking for a place where you could get real maple syrup.

I'm looking forward to the opening of the Southwest Diner.

http://www.stltoday.com/entertainment/d ... 0f31a.html

Interesting, a google search led me to their fundraising/investment site http://fundstlouis.org/2011/07/southwest-diner/

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Mudhouse is pretty good. Had it awhile ago but don't remember much about it. I'll have to try Winslow's. Had never heard of it.
Popeye_Card wrote:Mokabe's (Grand and Arsenal) is supposed to be really good.
Its pretty amazing, but I think they only do brunch on Sundays.

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Winslow's was closed - monday. So instead of wandering around metro, we found a place open in Clayton - Break N Egg Diner. The breakfast was good - had a lot of good skillet scrambles -I went with the Greek. The place was cold in temp and decor - pretty barren. Had a nice Flo type waitress. Add a few warm touches and it could work.

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Interesting. The little cafe diner in WG is also owned by a Turkish guy. Pretty nice place but I'd sure rather have a good Turkish joint.


/sadly, fake syrup and margarine

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