Along the Breakfast Trail At Red Cottage

Hey it's Friday and sunny, but there were a few snow flakes and a cold breeze to start the day. It was time for a trip back in time to a place when we were care free and all we cared about was what beach we were going to and if our radio was tuned to the right station. It is great to visit the Red Cottage on the off season because you are more likely to find a parking space. The crowds always dictate the popularity of the restaurants and I often like to see what all the hype is about.This is my second visit to the Red Cottage and they have never disappointed me in service, food or presentation. If you are a person that is tired of the same old choices for breakfast then you will enjoy looking over their menu which reads like of book of breakfast dreams. Everything from crepes to popovers and more are offered. I decide on the New England Puritan Breakfast which included two perfectly poarched eggs on baked beans with a grilled Vermont bone in slice of ham and brown bread. It was like going back in time for me, I was a kid all over again sitting in front of the television with my tv tray and good food. My friend decided on the Extra Thick Cinnamon French Toast which tasted even better than it smelled and it was rich, light and flavorful. If you love nostalgia and good food, then you have got to visit the Red Cottage. It's a Cape Cod Tradition.

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