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This yummy breakfast spot is your black Friday refueling station in Plano
For many of us, Friday after Thanksgiving is a day off from the 9 – 5 (I don’t get any days off, lol) but I do love cruising around town finding mom and pop/hole in the wall type yummy cafes to indulge in.
It’s Black Friday which means some of you crazy people will be up at 2am to begin shopping =)
I’ve done some serious shopping in my day and it is truly a sport! Especially when I stand in line, if I have a hand basket I do arm curls and with a buggy I will do lunges while I await my turn to check out.
So after all that “working out” a home style breakfast has been earned.
My recommendation is the yummy Tony’s Cafe in central Plano (Spring Creek & Alma – near Clark High School). It’s set back in a strip mall that might have you second guessing whether you should head over, but once you walk inside, its as if you have literally walked into someone’s home.
Hot coffee, yummy omelettes, biscuits, english muffins.
Heavy in calories but heavy in comfort.
The owners, Lina and Tony will most likely walk past your table and greet you as if they’ve known you for years – and for some, they have known for years. This cafe has been a fixture in Plano since 1989!! That is def saying something about what they are doing . . . which kind of looks like this below
A charming, unassuming cafe in the midst of the hustle and bustle is the place to refuel.
Enjoy your Black Friday (I’ll be cruising Havana and hanging out on the Malecon with my fellow Cubanitos), enjoy the beginning of the holiday craze!!
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