San Jose Pre-Ride Breakfast?

Discussion in 'Bay Area Bikers' started by Esquire Joe, May 4, 2007.

  1. Esquire Joe

    Esquire Joe Guest

    I guess this is technically not a moto question, but it's close. My
    Saturday ride this weekend will include a stop at Roadrider on
    Monterey Rd. for their annual parking lot sale. I was thinking it
    might be a good location to meet my companions for breakfast before
    the unnecessary moto gear purchases/day of riding. Does anyone have a
    favorite breakfast spot in that area? Is that Just Breakfast place
    still open (haven't been down there in a couple of years)? Is it any
    good?

    Thanks for any input.

    EJ
     
    Esquire Joe, May 4, 2007
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    muddy cat Guest

    Yes.

    Don't know personally. Lots of reviews on the web though.
     
    muddy cat, May 4, 2007
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    Paul Elliot Guest

    Just Breakfast is the perfect spot since it is right next door and has
    pretty decent food. I last ate there over a year ago, but it should
    still be good. I may see you there.

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    Paul Elliot, May 4, 2007
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  4. Esquire Joe

    Esquire Joe Guest

    The reviews on Yelp are decent, but there aren't many. I just figure
    that it's proximity to a moto shop might make it a popular breakfast
    spot for other moto folk, thus more/more recent reviews.

    Thx.

    EJ
     
    Esquire Joe, May 4, 2007
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    Craig Guest

    The guys at Roadrash can prolly give you a good, current recommendation
    too...

    fwiw,
    -Craig
     
    Craig, May 5, 2007
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  6. I agree. Had their biscuits and gravy a couple of times. Cheap and
    decent!
     
    Denise Howard, May 5, 2007
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  7. Esquire Joe

    Esquire Joe Guest

    Thanks all for the feedback. My riding buddy and I met there Saturday
    before stopping in to the RR parking lot sale. The food was good,
    fast, cheap, and plentiful. The service was very friendly.

    I had a six dollar omelet and a $126 pair of Held "Steve" gloves
    (well, I had to walk across the street for the gloves).

    There were a few other moto-folk there, but not as many as I had
    expected. I thought it might be a little more of a rallying point,
    but it seemed that most of the clientele (and it was fairly busy)
    drove in and appeared to be regulars.

    Anyway, thanks again. I'm adding it to my list of good places for a
    pre-ride breakfast.

    EJ
     
    Esquire Joe, May 7, 2007
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    name Guest

    still open, and brekkies are still yummy
     
    name, May 13, 2007
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