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Amy's Place


$$$$Perfect For:Literally EveryoneOutdoor/Patio SituationClassic Establishment
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Amy’s is within walking (or biking) distance from downtown, and it’s worth the scenic jaunt over the pedestrian bridge to get a breakfast sandwich and a smoothie or coffee to fuel your day. In our search for the best breakfast sandwich in the state, Amy’s is a top contender with the Hash it Out: it’s got egg, it’s got cheddar, it’s got a crispy hash brown, it’s got spicy mayo, and most importantly, it’s got a sweet, Portuguese bolo bun holding it all together. Clutch a dirty chai in your other hand as you devour it, and we promise you you’ll have a great day. Order ahead since the line gets long, and seeing everyone else enjoying their food might make you hangry.

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