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The counter at Eddie's Cafe

Eddie's Cafe



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Eddie’s Cafe is doling out old-school diner nostalgia in NoPa. The corner spot is always packed with regulars who greet staff by name, solo breakfast-goers snagging a stool at the counter, and friends nursing hangovers with coffee in one of the eclectic, well-worn mugs. A hearty plate of eggs, crisp hash browns, and pork sausage or bacon will only run you around $12 (be sure to get the housemade biscuits on the side), which is cheaper than a single mimosa at other brunch spots around town. And since everyone knows it, prepare to wait for a table.  

The wall of eclectic mugs at Eddie's Cafe

photo credit: Brit Finnegan

A sign outside of Eddie's Cafe reading "Breakfast All Day"

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