Maeberrie is our go-to breakfast spot in Avon, with great things like a pastrami, egg, and cheese, poached eggs on top of potatoes with hollandaise, big sandwiches, and chicken and waffles. But all of those can be easy to miss when you walk in here for the first time. We can tell you that “super-cute farmhouse” is not typically a design-choice reserved for Jersey Shore establishments, but here surfboards are ditched for cutting boards, along with stone bowls, copper pots, and peonies, all of which are for sale. Don’t let that, or the fact that their fluffcakes sound like something on a four-year-old’s tea party menu, fool you - this is one of the truly great breakfast and lunch spots in the area.
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