My mouth began to water when I saw DCist 's Favorite Breakfasts.
I too LOVE breakfast. And, unlike Mr. Morrissey, I am not ashamed to admit it. (Let's just say it's no coincidence that one of the members of my household eats an almost-exclusive diet of French toast, pancakes, waffles and bacon.)
But I too was shocked -- SHOCKED -- that there was nary a DC establishment on Esquire's "The 59 Best Breakfast Places in America" list.
Sure, if you drive out to Maryland or Virginia, you can easily find a Waffle House, Holiday Inn Express or a Bob Evans -- all of which made the "unranked, incomplete, and unimpeachable list of the best breakfasts across the country."
Uh... what's up with that?
Me thinks it's the "no brunch allowed" disclaimer. After all, how could anyone pass up the morning yumminess offered at Georgia Browns on 15th Street, NW, or Kramerbooks in Dupont Circle?