My wife and I had eggs Escondido and Country Benedict and were pleased. Poached eggs could have been a little more cooked and the seasoning seemed to be lacking, but all in all a solid breakfast
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My brother, a friend, and I stopped in for breakfast on Thursday. I had an omelet with homefries and toast and my brother had blueberry pancakes. There were a lot of blueberries in the 2 generous flapjacks and they came with enough syrup as well. My plate was not greasy which I like ..a lot. The omelet was a little... More
I go here all the time. Often alone, sometimes with family. It is far and away my favorite breakfast spot in the state. The prices are beyond reasonable for the portions. And, they can make any dish meat-free-- including eggs benedict, my favorite on the menu. They also serve "half portions" as part of the regular menu. (you don't have... More
My husband and I were searching for a GOOD breakfast on our drive from Vermont to Maine. We relied on other favorable TA reviews of this little restaurant, and we were not disappointed! The selection was outstanding, and we both enjoyed our food immensely. Based on the other plates I noticed, we would have enjoyed anything we ordered; everything looked... More
What a cute, local place. It was popular and busy. I ordered the corned beef hash and it was-hands down-the best I've ever had. Flavorful-big pieces of tender meat with small potatoes and a light drizzle of real maple syrup. It wasn't too sweet-but was a perfect blend of ingredients.
July 5th we went to Snaps and they were out of breakfast food, though Sunday's there is usually breakfast most of the day. That was a let down, but it did remind me of their good lunch and dinner entrees. The burger meat could have a bit less grissle, but was still delicious! The BBQ blue cheese burger is delicious.
This is a small place with your typical small town fare. Not surprisingly, the customers were locals and known by the waitress. I had the Vermont Panini and was pleased with flavor and preparation. The chairs and tables were mismatched, the decor old, and carpet was the dirtiest ugliest carpet I've ever seen. One might look at the carpet and... More
Nice little family diner place; lots of locals eat here. The food is generally good but I'd stick to the main dishes that are staples. Breakfast is always good. If you're in a rush, but sure to tell your server as this place is not known for being speedy! Old style homemade milkshakes are great! Kids always have fun counting... More
Snaps is our go to breakfast spot. Thr environment is welcoming and they offer a variety of seating from booths to family style seating for larger groups. The restaurant offers all of the traditional breakfast options one would expect and so much more for the adventurous foodie. Homemade hash,bread, breakfast burritos, specials, my personal favorite " Eggs Escondido "a version... More
Stayed in Bristol over president's day weekend, went to Snap's for breakfast on Sunday morning. If you like anything with hollandaise then you'll love snap's. I had the Hash Benedict (photo) with home made corned beef hash, with good quality corned beef. My wife had the eggs Escondido which was also excellent The breakfast burrito also was good, as was... More
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