Favorite brunch dishes: A guide to breakfast classics

Where to find the best versions of staple dishes, from French toast and eggs to breakfast sandwiches and quiche.

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Eggs, bacon, pancakes: There are certain brunch dishes that it's simply inexcusable to screw up. Here's where to find textbook versions of all the iconic brunch and breakfast foods, as well as some wild cards (brunch noodles?) thrown in for good measure.


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