Aunties and Uncles, 74 Lippincott St.

4 stars (out of 5)

Don’t want to wait?  Go on a Monday at 9:30 a.m.  It’s not busy then!

Anyway, I liked the 50’s kitchen vibe of this place, and the food is definitely a step above the regular diner fare we’ve been sampling for the last many months.  To be fair, this is a little more upscale than the places you’ll find on our breakfast list, but if careful, you can still get brekky for under 10 bucks.

The scrambled eggs, though a bit on the skimpy side (2 small?  1 extra large?), were tasty, the potatoes were delicious and the multi-grain toast was very good.  The french toast looked great, and they offer real maple syrup.

The service was efficient if a little uninspired.  I’ll go back for sure.

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One Response to Aunties and Uncles, 74 Lippincott St.

  1. Aunties & Uncles is one of my breakfast faves. I almost always order the sandwich special from the blackboard. It’s usually a grilled cheese (ie, havarti, provalone, swiss), a fried egg, and some meat (ie, bacon strips, peameal bacon, ham). I’ve had sandwich specials with asparagus spears, or with, home-smoked jerk beef!

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