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Old 08-05-2010   #1
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Biscuit World VS Panera Bread VS Shoneys

I am partial to Biscuit World but you gotta be in WV to really enjoy one. we recently discovered Panera Bread when in WV as well and I was impressed.

What are your favorite breakfast stops?

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Old 08-05-2010   #2
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Although a bit more related to skiing one of my favorite breakfast places is the shack in steamboat. Good short order style eatin.

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Old 08-07-2010   #3
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Denver Metro- Lucille's,My Big Fat Greek Cafe,Bull n' Bush...Santiagos for carry out...Snooze on Colo. Blvd.always has a big ass line out front.

Definitely NOT Shoney's .I remember this fat kid 4'6" 250[?], he was loading up a large plate with Capt. Crunch from the 'buffet' then he drowned it with a couple ladles worth of that nasty boysenberry syrup.I thought 'who the hell lets their kid eat like that',looked over and his dad was easily 500 lbs. mom about 350.True story Shoney's Ft. Pierce ,Fla.,circa 1993.
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Old 08-07-2010   #4
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If we're talking Southeast - Biscuitville and Bojangles are good for the drive-through action. If you're on looooong roadtrips, try the Country Boy breakfast at the Cracker Barrel. One of everything on the breakfast menu.
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Old 08-07-2010   #5
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yeah ,how did I forget Cracker Barrel that was our staple when we drove all over the south east.If i had regular access to the hash brown casserole,i'd be the one that weighed 500.Is it still good?Chains have a tendency to go downhill.
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Old 08-10-2010   #6
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Qdoba has killer breakfast burritos, my favorite before hitting the river.

Cathedral Cafe in Fayetteville is top of the list though.
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Old 08-10-2010   #7
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Are you kidding me? Tudor's Biscuit World in WV is absolutely the best breakfast joint by far. I grew up in WV and those greasy sausage biscuits soaked in vien busting gravy is what made me the man I am today. I love the fact they also serve a hearty lunch as well (meatloaf, green beans, mashers) and most are coupled to a Gino's Pizza shop to boot!
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Old 08-12-2010   #8
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Shoneys used to be one of the best 10 years ago but not now, I have pretty good luck with the Truck Stops on the interstates as long as you keep it for breakfast only.

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