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Day 29: The breakfast nook of JP

Posted by Adam Sell  July 29, 2008 08:53 PM

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boston60_logo.jpgI'm Adam Sell and I have two months left before I leave Boston. My challenge? Do something in the city every day. Have ideas for my adventure? Send me an email.

I like bacon. I like all breakfast food, really. If there's not a box of Froot Loops or Cap'n Crunch sitting by my computer for me to pick at, it's a sign I definitely need to go shopping. But what I enjoy more than the sugary cereals my parents wouldn't let me eat when I was younger is going out for a good breakfast.

I had never even heard of Sorella's. A friend of mine told me I absolutely needed to check this place out, and after the IHOP experience, I needed something to redeem my faith in breakfast. Sorella's was going to be my last chance.


While I didn't end up sampling one of their unique omelettes (Salmon? Really?), I did enjoy my simple eggs, bacon, and home fries plate. And for $4, I certainly made out better than a couple donuts and an iced coffee from what we students refer to as "the Dunk".

The place did give me a bit of a Daily Catch vibe — it's cash-only and has a very limited amount of tables. I'm told that if you arrive any later than 9 a.m., you've got to wait in line outside on Centre Street, but it's worth it. Not just for the basics, the eggs and bacon, but the omelettes Emeril would envy.

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