Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Battle of the Breakfasts - Best Breakfast Spots on Long Island

Hot Cakes - A Great Way to Start the Day!
It's been said for ages that breakfast is the most important meal of the day - so why skimp on this important meal when there are so many great breakfast joints right here on Long Island? Whether you're in the mood for a stack of flapjacks, a protein-packed omelet and some bacon, healthy & hearty oatmeal, or you're just looking for a new way to start your day, Long Island has countless restaurants that cater just to the breakfast crowd. If you're ready to start the day off right with a delicious, filling meal, then this is the Guide for you - rounding up some of the best breakfast eateries in both Nassau and Suffolk.  The best part is you don't have to be an early bird to enjoy these eateries - many of them serve breakfast all day long, so even if you're looking for a casual late breakfast, or a fun spin on dinner, you can stop by, and enjoy some of your morning favorites! So round up your friends or the family, and make sure to bring your appetite - we've put together some of our favorite local Breakfast & Brunch Spots for you, Long Island, and it's time for the Battle of the Breakfasts!

Click here to check out the Article in Full on LongIsland.com, and learn more about some of LI's Best Breakfast Spots!


Sergey Kalitenko MD said...

Thanks for posting this tip! Will be sure to check em out.

Scott said...

Meh. I've never been impressed by Thomas's (that's how they spell it). Best meal I had there was just OK; coupled with the horrible parking and I've given up on the place.

Fuel Your Body: just look at the breakfast menu. Not worth it.

Krisch's: pedestrian.

I'm mixed on JoJo's. The spicy corn frittata is very good; the mushroom special omelette is horrible. The dried mushrooms are like rubber and have an off-taste.

Shameful omission: Cornucopia's Noshery, just down from Park Ave. Grill in Amityville. Certainly the most creative items of anything here.

I'd also rank JT's Corner Cafe (Nesconset) above Thomas's and certainly FYBC.