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Greg_W

Nice Place for Breakfast - Vancouver, BC

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you buying?

 

Yeah. You puttin' out?

 

Cost isn't an issue - they don't even use real money up there. Isn't that weird? confused.gif

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1) if you have a few hours, the Naam

 

2) head over to North Van to the Tomahawk Grill

 

3) someplace on Main near Broadway like Slickety Jim's or the Whip

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Any suggestions? I'll be staying downtown.

 

I'm a real classy guy...

 

I let the girl I picked up at the club the night before choose the breakfast spot. wave.gif

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Warning: the Naam, while a great brekkie spot, is a vegetarian restaurant. So don't expect fat, greasy sausages. Can be a let down if that is what you are keen on.

 

There is a great breakfast spot on the NE corner of Arbutus and 4th in Kits, can't remember the name. Funky sign. Get there before 9AM on weekends, or be prepared to wait in line!

 

The Tomato at 20th and Cambie is good. Close to MEC.

 

Don't forget to leave your handgun(s) and rifle(s) at home. Because we don't use real money, we find there is no real crime, and therefore no need for real guns. We stick with water guns and harsh language for self-defence.

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Don't forget to leave your handgun(s) and rifle(s) at home. Because we don't use real money, we find there is no real crime, and therefore no need for real guns. We stick with water guns and harsh language for self-defence.

 

yellaf.gif Touche. Thanks for the suggestions and the warning about the Naam.

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There is a great breakfast spot on the NE corner of Arbutus and 4th in Kits, can't remember the name. Funky sign. Get there before 9AM on weekends, or be prepared to wait in line!

 

Sophie's Cosmic Kitchen?

 

Don't forget to leave your handgun(s) and rifle(s) at home. Because we don't use real money, we find there is no real crime, and therefore no need for real guns. We stick with water guns and harsh language for self-defence.

 

Hockey sticks are OK, though. Don't bother with those fancy composite things - they're only good for one or two whacks before they fall apart. Good old Sherwoods aren't very sexy, but they can lay on a serious beating and still have enough left to cross-check your guy in the throat when he tries to get back up.

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