Rise and Dine: Where To Eat Breakfast In Durham

Rise and Dine: Where To Eat Breakfast In Durham

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Whether you’re craving eggs, freshly baked pastries, or just need a great cup of coffee—stat—we’ve scoured Durham for the best places to get the day started right.

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    Best espresso drinks in Durham -- Karla Sosa via Foursquare
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    Best hotdogs in the area! My favorite is the Heat-1 Spicy Dog, with a little slaw on top. Can you say 'yum?' -- Myra Rice via Foursquare
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    They stopped accepting their punch cards after I had earned all of my 9 punches. They should honor the cards already completed. -- Kory Wilmot via Foursquare
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    Authentic diner food!! My girlfriend and I come here once a weekend most weeks for a special breakfast that's affordable and authentically southern!* -- Leigh Stovall via Foursquare
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    I love this Bean Traders’ mint hot chocolate; it’s not too minty, and it’s got a subtle chocolate flavor that is just right for warming this gal up on a cold wintry day. -- ThePurplePassport.com via Foursquare
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    And on the 8th day, God said add a fried egg to any biscuit for complete and utter deliciousness. On the 9th God ate their Chocolate Chocolate Doughnut and immediately God created Heaven. Amazeballs -- Justin Baker via Foursquare
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    I'm there almost every Sunday for breakfast. Good quiche, good eggs florentine. Good service, reasonable wait time for food, given how crowded it can be there. They take reservations. -- Lee Raymond via Foursquare
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    If you are meeting someone they will not seat you until everyone is in the restaurant. -- Lori Reed via Foursquare
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    You can get the breakfast burrito at any time, even though it's not on the menu. It's super good and comes in a veggie version -- Kevin Slater via Foursquare
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    Try the Al Mokha: a semisweet spin on the standard, thanks to its real melted dark chocolate and Sri Lankan cinnamon topping, the latter a nod to the port as a trade stop in the spice trade route. -- The News & Observer via Foursquare
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