Weekday breakfast for grownups

VAfamily1998

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Jan 8, 2008
Dh and I will be there in February, without our kids.

I'm looking for good breakfast restaurant ideas for a tuesday, wednesday, and thursday morning. We are staying on site (Beach Club) but willing to Uber to locations on or offsite. I think I'm already familiar with most of the onsite options so I'm curious if there are any "must do" places off site? The only "restriction" we have is I'm allergic to shellfish, and just in general neither of us likes seafood of any type.

Thank you! :)
 

hiroMYhero

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Dec 20, 2014
Ravello at Four Seasons is known for good breakfasts. Choose a day without the Character Breakfast. 😉

First Watch and Hash House a Go Go are popular but I’m not sure if it’s worth ubering over when GF Cafe, The Wave, and Olivia’s are comparable and you can get there easily.
 

Ksquared

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Joined
Jan 12, 2007
If you've never tried Hash House A Go Go you must try it. They have the best chicken and waffles and many other delish things on the menu. I agree there are other good choices that are closer but if you are looking for something different, this would be my vote
 

DaisyDuck001

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May 5, 2006
I like The Wave and Cape May Cafe breakfasts onsite. If I do an offsite breakfast it's usually because it's included at wherever I'm staying. (I tried Ravello once and the french toast was great, but other than that, I wasn't crazy about the rest of it.)
 



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