These 2 Restos Bring Balance to Breakfast with Savory and Sweet Menu Options

Our food editor highlights new and old favorites on Palm Beach County's dining scene.

1. John G’s, Manalapan

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Over in Manalapan, John G’s has been helping customers start their day since 1973, when founder John Giragos decided to pair breakfast and lunch with a view of the water. His three children now run the beloved eatery. Despite a selection of international-style omelets, the specialty here is French toast augmented with raisin cream cheese or crunchy honey granola, or flavored with cinnamon, nuts, and sliced almonds.

2. Yolk, Boca Raton



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Although your mom was right about breakfast being the most important meal of the day, it’s vital to guard against boredom. Yolk, a concept by Taki Kastanis, offers a cure for the morning doldrums at its first Florida location in Boca Raton. The menu features benedicts, Nutella crepes, and five-egg omelets, with a croque madame for the sophisticates alongside chicken and waffles for the down-home crowd.

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