Vote: Best Breakfast in Town

Let us know who serves the best breakfast, so we can put it to a vote and find out which is the Readers’ Choice 2012 winner.

Where can you find the best breakfast in the area of Narragansett-South Kingstown Patch?

Now's your chance to vote! And if you still want to nominate a place, even though it's late, let us know in the comments and we can add it.

Thanks in advance for your participation.

RITaxpayer August 21, 2012 at 01:05 PM
Hi Kathy. Where did you hear Daves was coming to town? Do you know where they're going to be located? Thanks.
Kathy DiPina August 21, 2012 at 01:39 PM
@Jennifer-for a few years now I've been getting email updates from United Farm Workers which was founded by Cesar Chavez. The conditions of some places are deplorable & this is why I was wondering about the coffees. When I go to CB my takeout comes in cardboard, same with Matunuck O.B. These places care about sustainability. I was at Matunuck O.B. last night and as you say, the freshness is very obvious. The salad alone was out of this world! Also, I hear that Ocean Mist has a good breakfast so I want to try them. Anyway, I was very disappointed in T's when my leftovers were brought to me in styrofoam. That was the least of the problems with that place, though. @Tim- I heard about Dave's via facebook. A few of us were discussing iced coffee and I'd never heard of Dave's. I was told that they are going to be where Town Meats was and I think that September or October was the time frame. I'd call their other location to be sure because this was a few months ago so don't quote me. hth
Allison Bellefleur August 21, 2012 at 05:29 PM
Wow smells like yuppie in here. Not everyone can afford the premium of buying everything organic and fresh squeezed is delicious but I also don't want to pay $5 for a little juice every time I go to breakfast. Crazy burger is great and your line of thinking is the niche that has ended up making them so successful but to expect every other breakfast place to be like them just isn't realistic (just take a look around). Also some people barely have time to eat between work and other obligations, let alone time to research every little thing about their food and debate it online before they grab a bite to eat, and some people just don't have the money to be picky and pay the extra cost most of these "responsible" food options require, especially when it comes to a restaurant and you're simply taking their word for it.
Sage-RI August 22, 2012 at 12:05 AM
Thank you, Allison--I thought the same thing after reading the previous posts. Why does EVERYTHING have to be so politically correct, vegan, organic, etc., etc.
scott d. awg August 22, 2012 at 12:57 AM
people that have grown up around here know where to go to eat & drink ,nuff said!! I know thats probably not a politically correct statement but true.


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