This picture isn’t the greatest, but I just had to share a moment from the parade in the Circleville Pumpkin Show. We ventured down there despite the rain, and were rewarded with a light mist and no crowds. During the parade I caught this little gem: a mother, daughter, and their dog dressed as eggs, bacon, and pancakes. Bizarre, yes, but breakfast in a parade never hurt anyone.
Monthly Archives: October 2009
- Banana Bean Cafe has closed their original location on E. Whittier St. in German Village (boo! I liked the close comfort of that place). The location is now occupied by Skillet, serving “Rustic.Urban.Food.” They’re only open for lunch right now, but hopefully breakfast is on the way!
- Mac’s Cafe in Short North has begun serving breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays, starting at 10 a.m. Can we say Scotch Eggs and gravy?
- Nancy’s Home Cooking in Clintonville is aiming for a November 1st re-opening! You can follow along with their Facebook profile, or with the Save Nancy’s Home Cooking FB group. They are still in need of some donations for final renovations – check out the pages for details on that. The best part about the planned re-opening? Breakfast served all day!
That’s some of the news I’ve heard. Anything else happening out there?
My wife found this brief article from a British website about the £10 breakfast served by Mario’s Cafe in Westhoughton, England. The £10 refers to the cost of the meal as well as the weight. It consists of 10 fried eggs, 10 pieces of bacon, 10 sausages, 10 pieces of toast, 5 black puddings, tomatoes, beans, and mushroom. It’s Man Vs. Food, English breakfast style! Eat it all in 20 minutes and it’s free!