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Sunday, August 2, 2009

Looking for weekend breakfast?

This weekend my boyfriend and I enjoyed breakfast at New Town Grill & Tavern on Lake Shore Boulevard in Mentor (near the Willoughby border). We sat on the patio under giant umbrellas, enjoying coffee, eggs, french toast, bacon, sausage, rye toast and hash browns.

The food was delicious and the service, excellent. The meal was served quickly, and our server was around often to top off coffee and ask how we were doing. I will return to have breakfast there again.

My only complaint about the experience was the noise of the traffic from Lake Shore. Fortunately there wasn't a constant stream of vehicles on Saturday morning, and being able to sit in the nice weather to have such a good meal definitely outweighed the infrequent noise.

New Town serves breakfast Saturday and Sunday only. The prices are incredibly reasonable -- with most meals hovering around the $5 mark -- and items can be ordered a la carte if they are not included in your meal.

New Town Grill & Tavern
7079 Lake Shore Blvd.
Mentor, OH 44060-2960

-- Cheryl Sadler

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Blogger Unknown said...

I think that outside dining can be wonderful, but I agree with this blog...not always so. Why do most of the Mentor businesses who chose to have 'outdoor dining' have to locate it right on the road and then also allow smoking? Location, location, location! I look at newer outdoor areas like Hooley House (next to the train!), and Cleats and wonder if its more to have a smoking area rather than those who want to dine Al Fresco. The same goes for The Avenue, Cabanas and Winking Lizard. I would love to dine outdoors but it almost exclusively involves a view of a parking lot or a busy road and most times I breathe in more CO2 and Nicotine than fresh air.

November 11, 2009 at 12:49 PM 

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