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amcg729 | Aug 25, 200802:53 PM     11

I am trying to find out more information on the 'power breakfast' in San Francisco. Is this something that SF professionals do or is the business lunch more popular? The specific area I am looking for is around Union Square, but I'd also like to find out generally what characteristics make a successful power breakfast -- attentive service, etc. Have seen some suggestions on different boards - Park Grill at Le Meridien, but also wanted to get an idea of what breakfast items would be typically offered at such an establishment. I also wanted to know if there are any "old standbys" or hip new places to check out that might offer something slightly different than the norm. Thank you for any feedback or help - I am researching places for my boss who will be in town on business a few times this fall. Thanks!

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