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AUG 2014

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LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.14 37 Good sign: The woman who always seems to be my server at Blue Dog Bakery and Cafe is eating breakfast at one of High- land Morning's sidewalk tables as I approach. (A word about Blue Dog: Didn't make the list this time, because we basically write about its spinach-mush- room omelet and breakfast pizza and bourbon-orange French toast in every issue. Blue Dog's Bloody Mary did make a sidebar in this package, though.) A sampling of Highland Morning pancakes: Key West Key Lime, Dreamsicle, Lemon Lover's Dream. Highland Morning has expanded since my last trip here, knocking through an interior wall and turning what used to be designer-toy store Ultra Pop! into another dining room. Maybe now I'll be able to land a table on Saturday mornings. — Josh Moss Since the middle of June, this fedgling breakfast-lunch spot has bumped up the morning population on Frankfort Avenue's 2700 block, combining with next-door Heine Brothers' Cofee to ofer a strong one-two, start-your-day punch. Before Eggs Over Frankfort moved into the old Fat Jimmy's, Heine cofee- lovers had to make do with carb accompaniments. Now it's not unusual to see a customer with a cup of HB joe leaning over a plate of EOF eggs Benedict. Call it pragmatic symbiosis. My wife and I compared notes between her garden omelet (tomato, mushrooms, asparagus, caramelized onions and goat cheese) and my meat omelet (ham, bacon, sausage and Ched- dar). Mine was good, but the next time I'm having hers. The homemade blackberry and strawberry jams and apple butter are a nice touch, too. — Jack Welch 8am 8am Highland Morning 1416 Bardstown Road 9am 9am Adrienne and Co. 129 W. Court Ave., Jefersonville, Ind. 10am 10am Eggs Over Frankfort 2712 Frankfort Ave. "Come right up and order when something strikes your fancy," the woman behind the counter and the cases of baked good- ies says to me. I go with the challah French toast and ask if I'm reading the colorful-chalk menu correctly, the part that mentions how, on Thursday nights, a plate of spaghetti costs just nine cents if you spend at least two dollars. "That's right, sweetie," the woman says. Over the next 20 seconds, she calls me "darlin','" "honey" and "baby." "Do you want the challah sandwich?" she asks. "What do you mean?" "Your order comes with eggs and bacon, sweetheart, and you can get 'em between the bread." When in Jefersonville. . . . — JM Wiltshire Pantry Bakery and Cafe

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