Downtown’s Egg Spot has a name that pretty much says it all. They serve eggs any style with a few slices of bacon and toast, or in one of their sandwiches, which are more like egg burgers in terms of shape and size. They also do $20 bottomless mimosas on the weekend. It’s a pretty casual spot, and the food won’t blow your mind - but it’s good for a quick breakfast if you’re short on time and patience.
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