The Early American is a classic old time neighborhood diner that has been serving up a basic breakfast menu in Quincy for decades. Their eggs are really fresh and their pancakes are good too.
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If you are looking for a quick classic american style breakfast, with a family friendly diner feel, this place is for you. I enjoy the classic corn beef hash and eggs with grilled english muffins.
Went with my three sons for breakfast. Extensive, very affordable menu. The coffee and food were very good and our waitress was wonderful.
Stopped in for breakfast/lunch before visiting the Adam's houses. Great little hole in the wall kind of place. I had the corned beef hash which was truly outstanding. Hubby had the huge one pound burger which he enjoyed. Menu prices are very reasonable. The older...More
Great little place for breakfast or lunch as they are only open until 2:30p. Service was great and food hearty. Burgers are a pound each- really hugh! We had sandwiches which were hearty. Great price value for a quick meal.
Very consistent quality. always a nice special offered. I love the hash and eggs. Service is spot on. Rita and Jeff make it look easy.
After spending several days vacationing in Boston, we took the Red Line to Quincy to visit the Adams Historic Site. We had breakfast at the Early American Restaurant in Quincy and it was great! It's an old-fashioned diner with great food a warm small town...More
With the blizzard(s) of 2015 making getting out and around difficult its nice to have this local breakfast joint within walking distance. Pancakes are fluffy, corned beef hash is very tasty and your coffee cup is bottomless. Lots of decor relating to the history of...More