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Calling BS on some of these...but What the Hell LT? ....

Montezuma and I found a small 1930s place across the state line in the Swiss/Amish Town of Berne, Indiana, tucked 10 miles west of the Ohio Border, you can get a full meal breakefast for about $5 a pop including coffee...which will last you through the day: :help: and no need to eat again until supper:

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Daily Pie Cafe
Pie Town, New Mexico.

Gotta go there, again!
 

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Calling BS on some of these...but What the Hell LT? ....

Montezuma and I found a small 1930s place across the state line in the Swiss/Amish Town of Berne, Indiana, tucked 10 miles west of the Ohio Border, you can get a full meal breakefast for about $5 a pop including coffee...which will last you through the day: :help: and no need to eat again until supper:

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I agree Pat. I don't know where they get these lists, but I still like to read them... :D
 

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Daily Pie Cafe
Pie Town, New Mexico.

Gotta go there, again!
Doc I got through Pie Town about a decade ago on one of the RV Delivery runs I made post retirement....the place, although only a bump in the road, has one Hell of a History...especially during the depression years...This place is historic when it comes to two of my favorite subjects...Photography and 20th Century American History:

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and 75+ years ago:

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Doc I got through Pie Town about a decade ago on one of the RV Delivery runs I made post retirement....the place, although only a bump in the road, has one Hell of a History...especially during the depression years...This place is historic when it comes to two of my favorite subjects...Photography and 20th Century American History:
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I have gone to a few of the triple D places and most of them have been good.
When in Florence Oregon we try to go to Spice.
Typically, I look for a craft beer place so do not hit many breakfast joints.
Though I did have a beer float as part of my brunch at Spinnakers in Victoria, BC.
 

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I agree Pat. I don't know where they get these lists, but I still like to read them... :D

Just looking for donut shops.... that's all ;) caught red handed!
 

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Food will be the death of me lol
Kinda difficult to live without it!
I love blueberry pie and Baskin & Robbins World Class Chocolate (but not at the same time).
Neither are on the Ketogenic diet wife and I have been on since Jan 1.
However, going down from 192 to 177 has been worth it.
There's a quart of World Class Chocolate in the freezer (birthday gift from son), which is might tempting.

As for donuts, only if very fresh (still hot).
 

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The only reason you guys think these places Are the best is because you have never been to the Hawaiian style cafe in Waimea on the big island.
There is no breakfast place that even comes close. Every time I go there I see tourists pull out their cameras to photograph the food served to them
because they can't believe what they are seeing. It tastes great and there is so much of it that you don't need to eat the rest of the day.
They serve from about 7 AM to 1 PM, Then like everyone else they go to the beach.
 

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The only reason you guys think these places Are the best is because you have never been to the Hawaiian style cafe in Waimea on the big island.
There is no breakfast place that even comes close. Every time I go there I see tourists pull out their cameras to photograph the food served to them
because they can't believe what they are seeing. It tastes great and there is so much of it that you don't need to eat the rest of the day.
They serve from about 7 AM to 1 PM, Then like everyone else they go to the beach.


 

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I call BS to this whole list!!!!!! I may be partial, but I didn't see "MELS DINER" Moab on it. You had to experience it to know, just asked Fred.
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I wasnt even there and even I heard how good it was! Shame on you guys! I'm with Mel on this one ;)
 
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