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Friday, 20 June 2014

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nhbilly

You tried and it didn't work out maybe it's all about the breakfast.

Ven

That's gravy? I would have guessed mash potato

Kirk

Maybe it is Billy.....

Totally Kat!

Hi Ven - Scary, huh?

Derric

Hi Kirk,

If you're looking for an open-faced turkey sandwich around SD, check out Big Front Door in North Park/University Heights. Amy Granite has a picture and quick review of it here: http://www.sdcitybeat.com/sandiego/blog-1060-three-fall-food-picks-from-the-grubby-bitch.html

Kirk

Thanks for the rec Derric..... I have the place on my list, but just haven't made it there.

J.S. @ Sun Diego Eats

I hate that kind of garlic bread! It tastes like someone rubbed a slice of stale bread in garlic powder and then microwaved it...

Kirk

Hey JS - You hit it right on the head there....that's exactly what it tastes like.

Ish

If you enjoy diners, have you had a chance to check out Du-Par's in Point Loma? They've been around for ages but I never really noticed them until we were looking for 3am breakfast after last year's Midnight Madness ride.

They definitely have that classic diner feel and are open 24x7. Apparently they are part of a small chain that opened in LA in the 1930's and still makes all their table breads, jams, and pies from scratch daily.

http://www.du-pars.com/

Kirk

Hi Ish - I've been there, though not since we just arrived in SD. I expected Du-pars like in the LA Farmer's Market, which was decent if not great.....I was really disappointed. Perhaps I need to revisit.

Ish

Well...I have to admit I'm not generally much for sweets and some of the savory dishes there were too bland for my liking. But the food and atmosphere beat most in town when I'm in the mood for the middle-of-the-night diner experience and their pancakes are some of the best I've had - I suspect there's an ungodly amount of butter in the batter. ;-)

Kirk

Well Ish, I guess I'm going to have to check them out again one of these days! Thanks for the rec!

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