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What You'll Get
Breakfast gained its reputation as the most important meal of the day after the negotiations to end World War I were held over a plate of gravy-soaked Fruity Pebbles. Enjoy the most diplomatic of meals with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $15 worth of breakfast and drinks at The Breakfast Place in Attleboro.
The Breakfast Place's menu features a bevy of morning options such as omelettes, skillets, breakfast sandwiches, and platters, as well as a smattering of midday eats. Starting at 6 a.m., you can experience one of many varieties of hollandaise-soaked brunch classics, such as the steak benedict ($8.99) and the chourico-rich portuguese benedict ($6.99). Take advantage of breakfast being the only meal where the sweet toothed can safely dine in public by enjoying the candy-clad Reese's Peanut Butter Cup pancakes and the Almond Joy pancakes (both $6.99). The Breakfast Place also serves lunch from 10:30 a.m. till closing at 2 p.m. The Steak Bomb groups shaved steak with grilled peppers, onions, mushrooms, and cheese ($7.49), and the Blademeat sandwich marries homemade blademeat with cheese and houses them on a bulky roll ($6.99).
Chef and owner Casey D’Arconte is a graduate of both the Attleboro High School culinary-arts program and the New England Culinary Institute in Vermont. His apprenticeship at a French hotel in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, sparked his interest in the egg-emphasized arts. Now in New England, Casey is a culinary Batman who acts as a guardian angel, ensuring all eggs are cooked to order and all breakfast burritos are tightly wrapped.
- When [chef and owner Casey] D’Arconte took over the restaurant three years ago, the décor had a Marilyn Monroe theme. Today the focus is on the community, with sports posters and pictures on the walls and local history books adorning some of the tables. He succeeds in transcending his humble surroundings in a small strip mall with his lofty ambitions in the kitchen. When he sees a dessert, he begins contemplating how it can be reinvented as an omelet or a pancake. It’s his way of jazzing up breakfast and elevating it to upscale dining. – Gail Ciampa, Providence Journal
- I have been to The Breakfast Place about 6-8 times in the last 2 years and we have always left satisfied. The pankcakes [sic] are my favorite and my husband loves their corned beef hash. – Jessica G., Insider Pages
The Fine Print
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About The Breakfast Place
Head chef Casey D'Arconte, educated in the culinary arts by chefs in Holland, France, and the New England Culinary Institute, elevates morning fare to new heights with his distinctive take on diner classics using cage-free brown eggs and local grass-fed meats. Start off with an ultimate breakfast platter, which arrives with three eggs, two pancakes, choice of sausage, ham, or bacon, and ending with potatoes and toast. Four renditions of the traditional eggs Benedict strut across tables, including the Florentine, which comes topped with sautéed fresh baby spinach. The Bananas Foster stuffed french toast is stuffed with cream cheese and topped with a banana brown sugar sauce and creates flavor explosions inside mouths at at all times of the day. The Breakfast place also offers a variety of gluten-free options that are all prepared on a separate grill. Visit their Facebook page to check out their list of rotating specials.