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Newly remodeled, prices way up, coffee $2.75 a cup. The breakfast is average, asked for onions in potatoes , saw two little pieces. There were three of us and the bill was over $ 50 for breakfast. A bit pricey for a former Texas Hot...location.More
Pleasantly surprised to return to The Breakfast Club in downtown Lebanon today to discover that it has been beautifully renovated inside and out.
New large front Patio and awning allows you to dine outside.
The inside is beautiful! So are the bathrooms.
The menu is...also new with a great variety of breakfasts and lunch entrees. Including salads and sandwiches. Their coffee is outstanding. I love their Highland Grog.
The tables are socially Distanced (inside and out) and the new booths are screened off.
Our Eggs, grits, pancakes and corned beef hash were very good. Coffee excellent. We will return!More
We love to grab a great Sunday breakfast here. LOVE the potato pancakes. My husband loves the eggs benedict. Their homemade sausage is to die for! So bummed they are closed for a remodel until February, but looking forward to dining there soon!
Breakfast Club is a local favorite place to have breakfast/brunch. With Covid, you wear a mask until you get seated. Counter is closed but tables and booths are opened and service is swift and wait staff is always attentive. My family and I frequent this...place and I have yet to eat something I haven’t liked. It’s a town gem!More
This place gets rave reviews for their breakfasts and for good reason. They serve big portions cooked to order and reasonably priced. It's a favorite with the locals and there can be a wait since it's pretty small. However we went for lunch and were...not impressed. If I was rating on lunch alone it would get 2 stars but their breakfasts would easily rate 4 stars so I rate them 3 stars overall. We had the tuna salad sandwich ($5.95) and their fish sandwich with fries and slaw ($9.95). Coffee was $2.50 and a soft drink was $2.25.
The tuna salad was too watery and there wasn't very much on the sandwich. It was a mess to eat so we resorted to using a knife and fork. The fish sandwich came with two breaded filets on a bun. The fish itself was pretty thin - maybe 1/4 inch and the breading was just as thick. As a result, you got as much breading as fish, maybe even more! I would have preferred one thick piece of fish because after all. this was a fish sandwich, not a breading sandwich. The fries and slaw that came with the fish were both very good. In the end we left disappointed. If I came here for lunch again, I would order from the breakfast menu. Parking in their lot or on the street.More