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The Daily Tar HeelThursday, September 24, 19877
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Start your day off right
with a hearty breakfast
Run staff reports
Mother always told you to start
each day off with a good wholesome
breakfast but if you're just too lazy
to make it for youjself. there are
plenty of places in Cnapel Hill that
specialize in this type of fare.
A Chapel Hill favorite. Bread
men's. 337 W. Rosemary St. serves
breakfast food from 6 a.m. to mid
night Monday through Saturday and
6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays. For $3
$5 you can choose from a variety of
omelets or eggs fixed just the way
you want them, toast or biscuits
included. The cream cheese and
western omelets are excellent Or try
their thick blueberry pancakes or
waffles. For lunch and dinner, they
also offer burgers, deli sandwiches
and combination meat and vegetable
plates. If there's a crowd, you can also
have a drink at the bar while you wait
If your tastes run gourmet, or if
you just want to try something
different. The Carolina Coffee Shop
at 138 E. Franklin St is an elegant
and expensive place to dine. Classical
music enhances the background
atmosphere as you partake of one of
their classic cheese omelets. If you're
the daring sort, try the asparagus
omelet Or if you plan to lunch or
eat a late-night supper, try one of
their special crepes with an expresso
of a cappucino. Try to treat (or better
yet. have your parents treat) your
palate to this traditional Franklin
Street gourmet stop at least once
before leaving the Southern Part of
If your idea of a good breakfast is
fast and simple and you have access
to wheels. Chapel Hill's first drive
thru breakfast spot the Sunrise
Biscuit Kitchen at 1305 E. Franklin
St is the place to satisfy your early
morning hungries. Open seven days
a week from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m..
it offers homemade biscuits for
breakfast Their specialty is huge
cinnamon sticky buns. Luncheon fare
includes barbecue, sprout sandwiches
Ye Ole Waffle Shop. 173 E.
Franklin St.. boasts "one of the best
breakfasts in town." Plain and pecan
waffles, omelets, pancakes, eggs
served any style, grits, ham and
sausage biscuits and a varied sand
wich selection have made this restau
rant something of an institution. If
you go on a weekend morning, go
early or get there before you're
hungry. By the time you reach the
beginning of the line you'll think
you're about to starve.
For those of you whose stomachs
seem to have a mind of their own
a New York state of mind, to be
more precise Bruegger's Bagel
Bakery bakes up big. chewy bagels
fresh every day. Begin the day with
your choice of a cinnamon-raisin,
garlic, onion, plain, poppyseed, pum
pernickel, salt, sesame or whole
wheat bagel with any one of their
flavored cream cheeses. In a cozy but
airy room you can enjoy a fat bagel
sandwich or bageldog. They also have
soups and cookies of the day. Before
you leave, take home a bag of their
day-old bagels. Bagels are 25-30C
each, so you can cheaply treat your
palate to a sample of Yankee food.
Of course, some people only eat one
morningafternoon of the week
Sunday. If Sunday brunch is a must
for you. there are several places that
offer all-you-care-to-eat breakfast
bars, including Shoney's. Jordan's.
McCarthy's, Applebee's and
Polish, French, German
and Scandinavian Cuisine
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