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Boston Restaurant Blog -- October, 2006

Monday, October 23, 2006

Good, Basic Breakfast at the Breakfast Connection, Randolph

We headed over to the Breakfast Connection in Randolph a couple of weeks ago for a casual, low-key Sunday morning breakfast. I had heard that the Breakfast Connection was a pretty good place, and indeed it was; good service, decent Texas French Toast, tasty omelette, average home fries, and ok coffee. The place has that well-worn look that you might expect at a basic breakfast spot, including aging carpets and lots of old wood.

Although I liked the Breakfast Connection, I have had better breakfasts elsewhere on the South Shore, so I'm not sure I'll be back. But if you live near the Breakfast Connection or happen to be driving by, it's probably worth a stop.

If you are looking for the address and phone number to the Breakfast Connection, here it is: Breakfast Connection, 573 South Main Street (Route 28), Randolph, MA 02368; the phone number is (781) 963-9664.

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DL said:
I think the Breakfast Connection is a great value; all the people there are nice, efficient and love being there. Sue, the owner, cannot do enough for her customers. Where can you get a full breakfast, including coffee, for under seven dollars.
Posted on 8/21/08
SR said:
The Breakfast Connection is very dirty and unkempt. If you use the ladies room watch out for the odors and floor...The food is ordinary but the coffee is fine.
Posted on 10/31/08
DT said:
The food is all right but while i was in there all you could hear was the cooks yelling @ people. The bathrooms are gross, the waitstaff was the best thing about the place. My family and I won't go back.
Posted on 9/2/12

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