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Tom from Raleigh | Oct 6, 201906:13 AM     10

When I eat breakfast which is rarely, I get something with eggs and meat. My daughter wants to go out for pancakes, which is fine, but I don't know who in the area has good pancakes. Let's cross the waffle house off the list before we start as their food is prepackaged and laden with preservatives. I wouldn't eat there sober unless I were desperate. Also, I'm going to omit ACME just to increase variety. I've been there for brunch before and I expect it would be good, but I want to try someplace new.

Does anyone have experience with these likely candidates:

Breadmen's
Egg & I
Ye Olde Waffle House
New Hope Market
True Flavors Diner

PS. We'd go as far as RTP which is basis for including True Flavors. If I felt like driving to Raleigh, we'd probably hit up Pam's Farmhouse. She does something with her eggs that I can't figure out, but it's so good.

Breadmen's
Ye Olde Waffle Shoppe
New Hope Market
True Flavors Diner
Pam`s Farmhouse Restaurant
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