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They have great omelets. My personal favorite is the Greek
omelet with baby spinach, feta cheese, olives and tomatoes. It
is reasonable priced with my omelet being priced around $8 and it
came with home fries and toast. A great place to get breakfast.
Family Tree Restaurant
Daniel Webster highway
My son loves corned beef hash and they have the best homemade corned
beef hash. The service was excellent and the prices are very
I love going for breakfast here
for breakfast on a Sunday morning. They
serve breakfast until early afternoon so I can sleep in plus eat a
hearty breakfast. There is usually a wait on weekend mornings
but I don’t believe we have ever waited for more than 30 minutes. The staff is always friendly. I always have the pancakes
because they are so yummy. But let me warn you that the
pancakes are huge and filling.
Epsom Traffic Circle
This restaurant makes a great breakfast and at a
great price! The "Farmer's Breakfast" is my
favorite... it has everything! Eggs,
Toast, Beans, Sausage or Ham, Pancakes, and Hash
Browns or Fries! Busy on weekends, weekdays
there is almost never a wait, everything is home
made. Plenty of seating. Breakfast served until
The Windmill Restaurant
The staff is very nice. It is a nice atmosphere. The
food is delicious and all homemade.
Belmont Hall and Restaurant
Corner of Belmont and Grove
My husband and I were married and had our reception here. The
food was a buffet and was amazing. We had breakfast here with
my grandparents a few times as well. They serve breakfast all
day long. The prices are very reasonable. I try to get
something different every time I go just to try and get a sampling
of what they have. My favorite breakfast there is the French Toast
Special which comes with 2 French toast, eggs and bacon. Nice
If you enjoy a big hearty breakfast, Chez Vachon is the place to get
it. They give you generous portions. They also have
great hours on the weekend. Saturday morning they are open
6am-2pm and Sunday they are open from 7am-8pm. Prices are very
reasonable; $5 per person.
Poor Boy’s Diner
They are extremely busy on weekends. The food is delivered to
your table very quickly. Staff is friendly. They have
excellent scrambled eggs and home fries.
Route 28 Roadhouse
Another fabulous breakfast restaurant in Londonderry. We went
on a weekday and got seated right away. The following week we
went on a weekend and had to wait 15 minutes for a table. So
much busier on the weekends than during the week. The coffee
here is excellent and always hot and fresh. The staff is quick
as my coffee cup was never less than ½ a cup. I recommend the
meat lover’s omelet that has roast beef, sausage, pepperoni, ham,
bacon and cheese. It is delicious.
Laconia Rd (Rt. 3)
at exit 20
They have an awesome breakfast buffet on weekends. The
restaurant itself is decorated in 50-style theme. The coffee
is amazingly good and the waitresses work hard to make sure you a
have everything you need. They serve breakfast all day. They were voted “Best Diner” in the Manchester Hippo Press in 2008. I highly recommend their homemade baked beans.
Mary Ann’s Diner
The Hungry Boy Special is great for those hungry
breakfast appetites. It
comes with 2 eggs, 2 strips of bacon, 2 sausage links, home fries
and toast. You are certainly full after that.
The Hampton Eatery
The Hampton Eatery has been in business for over 20 years. Their Belgian Waffles are to die for. The prices are very
reasonable and the staff is friendly. Definitely the best
place to go for breakfast in Hampton.
165 Deer St.
I had the mushroom and cheese omelet and it was perfect. It
wasn’t dry at all and there were plenty of mushrooms in the omelet. The waitresses are very nice and pleasant.
The Friendly Toast
My family and I are here for breakfast. I
had the pumpkin pancakes with raisins in them and whipped cream on
the top. It was delicious. The restaurant is very roomy. The neat thing is that you grab a menu and seat yourself.
The Golden Egg
They have a different daily special each day. I have only been
here once for breakfast and I got to build my own omelet. It was exciting.
I had green peppers, onions, artichokes and ham. It was really
good. The restaurant is very busy on weekends.
This is one of my favorite restaurants to eat breakfast. It is
pretty busy on weekend morning but we don’t normally have to wait
for a table. The waitresses are helpful and very attentive. They serve Middle Eastern food mostly but you can also get things
like omelets, French toast and waffles.
Foothills of Warner
East Main Street
Foothills is a small diner
in downtown Warner NH. It is a place
where it is warm and friendly. Everyone seems knows everyone
I saw a couple of customers get their own coffee and the waitresses
knew their order right away.