Spy Food: A New Breakfast Place Opens in Easton

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When Stephen Mangasarian closed Restaurant Columbia of Easton several years ago, he said that one day he’d like to try something more casual, “…maybe even a sandwich shop or diner.”

Well, less than a month ago Stephen opened Breakfast In Easton. It’s kind of a diner, and for sure it provides a darn good breakfast!

While remaining involved in Banning’s Tavern as executive chef, Stephen prepares an excellent breakfast for his guests at his new hideaway location at the back of 28 South Washington Street…right behind the Talbot Historical Society. And, Jen takes the orders, makes the coffee and serves the meals.

Nice place to stop in the morning. They only take cash, but the pancakes and sausage were less than $8.

 

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  1. Rose Sigman says:

    Are they open on the weekend, particularly Sunday after church.

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