Yesterday we asked you on Twitter to tell us your favorite breakfast spots in Connecticut. As always, we got a variety of different answers. Here’s a round-up.
Feel free to keep them coming by telling us your favorite in the comments and we’ll expand the list!
QUICK POLL: What’s your favorite place to grab breakfast in #CT? Go!
— CT Weekender (@CTWeekender) January 19, 2013
Bella’s Cafe – 896 Whalley Ave, New Haven, CT: Thanks to Seth Adam (@SethAdam) for the suggestion. Word on the street is their brie stuffed french toast with raspberry maple syrup is pretty amazing. Check out their menu at http://bellascafect.com/.
Lena’s Cafe and Confections – 873 Whalley Ave, New Haven, CT: Another great suggestion by Seth. Be sure to try their corned beef hash or pumpkin french toast. Check out their menu & specials at http:/www.lenascafeandconfections.com/.
The Pantry – 2 Mechanic Street, New Haven, CT: Yet another suggestion by Seth. The big hit here is their eggs benedict and cinnamon roll french toast. They don’t yet have a website, but you can get directions & hours on their Google+ page.
Rudy’s – 1227 Chapel St, New Haven, CT: Historically known for their amazing Belgian frites, Rudy’s has undergone a major transformation – expanding their menu and changing locations. Our good pal Mindy Mekhail (@MindyMekhail) suggested their weekend brunch, saying she goes there “probably too often”. The brunch menu is available on Saturday’s and Sunday’s and features Caramelized Egg Nog French Toast and Croque-Madame. See their full menu at http://www.rudysnewhaven.com/.
Cafe Atlantique – 33 River St, Milford, CT: Offering an impressive selection of crepes, coffees and teas, Cafe Atlantique is a great European-style cafe right in the heart of downtown Milford. Nearby business Villa Gormet (@thevillagourmet) gave us this recommendation. Check them out on the web at http://cafeatlantiquedtm.com/.