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Ronnie's Local 069 (Kensington)


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Ronnie's Local 069 (Kensington)

sunburn | May 2, 2005 02:12 PM

This little spot on Nassau near Augusta has contained a few breakfast spots (Peppers and that vegan place) over the last couple years. Ronnie's, the current incarnation is the nicest looking with new hardwood floors and beautiful wood tables and bar. A tiny place, it has only two tables plus seating at the bar but in the summer it has a large patio.

On the weekends they have brunch. We arrived at 11:30 and the place was empty so we got a table but it soon filled up. They have egg's benny or florentine, omellettes, and other breakfast goodies. They also serve alcohol at breakfast and have suggestions for each menu item.

I had the standard breakfast, 2 eggs, herbed homefries, toast, and bacon/sausage and beans. The bacon was high quality and everything tasted great. Price: 5.50 tax included.
My girlfriend's omellette was sizeable and full of vegetables but had pretty standard flavour - not as good as nearby Aunties and Uncles or Peppers.

We enjoyed it and plan on recommending it to others.

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