Sometimes the only way to refuel after a long night is a huge breakfast and countless coffee refills with no judgement. You’ll get both of these at Clique, a classic diner located in the Rivertown Inn & Suites right off East Jefferson. Everything you could ever want after waking up sleep deprived on the weekend is available here, but the grilled cinnamon roll and breakfast skillets are two of our favorites. It’s always packed during prime brunch hours on the weekend, but if you’re staying nearby and need to stay horizontal for a while longer, they also deliver.
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Rose’s Fine Foods is the diner you wish was around the corner from your house. Unless you actually do live that close, and in that case -congrats.
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