We know that you were assigned The Count of Monte Cristo at some point in your life. We also know you probably never finished it and somehow passed the test by only watching the movie. We’re not entirely sure what the book and a ham and cheese french toast sandwich have to do with each other, but we do know that you can make up for your childhood laziness by ordering one at The Cracked Egg. There are five locations and they all feel super familiar, probably because they look like every comfortable diner you’ve ever been to and have menus of breakfast classics to match.
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