Among ways to start the morning, eating a balanced breakfast is second only to jogging with the sheep you counted the night before. Get your stomach off on the right foot with today's Groupon to Tom Sawyer Restaurant & Pastry Shop in Boca Raton. Choose between the following options:
- For $9, you get $18 worth of breakfast and lunch fare for two.
- For $17, you get $36 worth of breakfast and lunch fare for four.
The breakfast mavens at Tom Sawyer Restaurant & Pastry Shop whip up a comforting cavalcade of home-cooked country-style morning platters and hearty afternoon feasts. Savory tastes dissolve into an abyss of egg dishes, such as the jalapeño-and-cheddar omelet ($7.50), or the Southern-style breakfast skillet, which showcases two eggs, home fries, gooey cheese, and a trifecta of morning meats ($8) delivered to tables by a cast-iron stork. Cooks festoon pancakes and waffles with fruits, including bananas ($7.95), strawberries ($8.95), or orange and pineapple ($8.95), and stuff french toast with cream cheese and strawberry jam ($7.95). Lunchtime courses cram succulent turkey, roast beef, and ham into more than 30 sandwiches, such as the Tom Sawyer deluxe club with swiss cheese, thin-sliced ham, and house sauce ($8). The Carolina burger nestles beneath haphazard heaps of chili and coleslaw ($8.50), creating an amalgamation as messy as an ugly divorce between finger painters.
Tom Sawyer Restaurant & Pastry Shop surrounds bread breakers in cozy country décor. The wood-lined dining room houses sturdy tables and chairs, which are often populated by visitors from the nearby FAU campus or by confused Mark Twain enthusiasts. Cooks serve breakfast from 7 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. during the week and until 2 p.m. on the weekends, with lunch beginning at 11 a.m. every day.
Tom Sawyer Restaurant & Pastry Shop
With red-checkered curtains, wood-paneled walls, and electric lanterns over the tables, Tom Sawyer Restaurant & Pastry Shop evokes the feel of a homey general store. To accompany the frontier-like ambiance, the cooks spend their mornings whisking together hearty breakfasts of scrambled eggs and buttermilk pancakes with enough syrup to float a log cabin. Although the restaurant's lunch specials rotate daily, certain homestyle favorites—including orders of fried chicken and open-faced turkey sandwiches—regularly fly out to tables until 2 p.m. when the kitchen closes.
Boca Raton Hills
1759 NW Boca Raton Blvd.
Boca Raton, Florida 33432Get Directions