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Spartanburg/Gaffney Breakfast??

Sebastian, Florida
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Spartanburg/Gaffney Breakfast??

Is there a place in the Spartanburg/Gaffney area with great breakfasts & service?? Have been several times to the Cracker Barrel in Spartanburg & the food & service were terrible. Going in mid-April.

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Pawleys Island SC
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for Pawleys Island, Murrells Inlet
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1. Re: Spartanburg/Gaffney Breakfast??

I can't help you on the Gaffney end, but Spartanburg has a number of very good choices.

If you're just looking for a basic eggs and bacon, git 'er done breakfast, the Skillet is a great little diner. I can't find a website for them, but it's located in a little strip mall at the corner of S Pine and E Main near downtown Spartanburg.

If you have a little time and want something a little more special, check out Mon Amie Morning Cafe on E Main Street, a little ways out of town. https://cstrayer7.wixsite.com/mon-amie

The most popular breakfast in Spartanburg may be The Farmer's Table. It's a farm-to-table kinda place, emphasizing quality, local ingredients. It can be busy, but well worth it if you have the time. The last time we were there, they served breakfast all day, as well as a lunch and dinner menu. http://www.thefarmerstablesc.com/

Sebastian, Florida
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2. Re: Spartanburg/Gaffney Breakfast??

The Farmer's Table looks awesome.. just what I was looking for. Thanks

Budapest, Hungary
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3. Re: Spartanburg/Gaffney Breakfast??

Here is another option: http://www.papasbreakfastnook.com/

It is located in the area behind the Marriott Hotel

California
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4. Re: Spartanburg/Gaffney Breakfast??

If you want to eat breakfast anytime of the day or night, try any of the Waffle Houses, which you see all over the south. If you would like to visit a 50's style place that is an institution in the Chesnee area (between Spartanburg and Gaffney, SC try the Bantam Chef. You can get anything from the typical southern meal, to buscuits to waffles ot even fried bologna. (Yes, it is a southern thing.) Bantam Chef is a locals place; however, it has been written up in some magazines.

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