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Tom Armitage | Dec 16, 199901:29 AM     2

I live in San Pedro. And though, as witnessed by my prolific posts on this board, I range far and wide around the greater Los Angeles area in search of good food, there are those lazy days where I want to stick close to home. On weekends, my favorite breakfast hang in San Pedro is Pacific Diner. First of all, GREAT home fries--the sliced variety, crispy, a little greasy but not too much so, and just so, so satisfying. My standard breakfast is the Chile Verde omelette, on which I lavish both the salsa and the pico de gallo. They have lots of other yummy omelettes too. Plus good pancakes and waffles. This is a very neighborhood place, where everyone seems to know each other, and the waitresses have been there forever and know everybody too. If you're in the area and want a good breakfast, check it out.

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