All onboard the Breakfast Station Restaurants

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The original Breakfast Station opened in 1995. It has steadily grown and there are now nine breakfast stations in the area. There are two in Hernando County: one in Brooksville at 1242 South Broad St in the Winn-Dixie shopping center on the truck bypass and another in Spring Hill at 8405 Northcliffe Blvd on Northcliffe Blvd near US 19. The name Breakfast Station is fitting since the restaurants use a train motif in their decor.

The Breakfast Station restaurants almost always have a line of people waiting. They move guests in and out pretty quickly, so the wait is not usually too long. The prices for breakfast and lunch are reasonable and the food is excellent.

They specialize in making comfort food. We tried the Spring Hill location and ordered pancakes, sausage, bacon, eggs benedict, and a chicken club sandwich. The food was very good and prices were reasonable.

The chicken club sandwich was a breaded chicken patty with melted cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomato, and pickles. This came with a side salad for a small additional charge. The pancakes were light and bacon was crispy. The eggs benedict was cooked to perfection. The hollandaise sauce was buttery, but not too heavy. They were quite generous with the Canadian bacon, sandwiched between the egg and english muffin, making the eggs benedict a hardy meal. The home fries were quite tasty as well.

The Breakfast Station also has a unique marketing idea in which they have an Ambassador of BS Dan Spivey. Dan is a large man and former WWE Wrestler who wrestled under the name "the Golden Boy".

You can find out more at their web site http://www.thebreakfaststation.com/ or you can find them on facebook.

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