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Finding the Best of Breakfast in PG County

Plato's Diner took the top prize, but where else in Prince George's County can you get some good morning grub?

 ran away from the competition with 65 percent of the vote in our  for great local breakfast eateries.

But what about those mornings when you want to travel outside city lines for some good bacon and eggs? Here are all the winners from Prince George's County "Best Of" polls:

  • Thirty-two percent of Bowie Patch readers voted (in a 32-option poll) for Rip's Country Inn.
  •  in Laurel, garnering 32 percent of votes. There was a tie, though, and the breaker came down to comments and editorial board judgement.
  •  in Upper Marlboro said that Ali's Deli Supreme is the best place to pick up a morning meal.
  • Hyattsville runs on Dunkin, with .
  •  found another win in Greenbelt, where the eatery won over four of five readers.
  •  spot for breakfast.
  • Riverdale Park-University Park Patch readers  in College Park as well, winning 65 percent of votes.
Jeffrey Yorke March 04, 2012 at 02:34 PM
In Prince George's County, we don't call it PG County.
tshields March 04, 2012 at 06:31 PM
I can't speak for everyone, but I've lived here 20-odd years and call it PG County sometimes.
John Essex March 05, 2012 at 03:40 PM
"PG" is fine when speaking with other residents, but it's just lazy to not spell out Prince George's in a headline...
Donna O'Donnell January 24, 2013 at 07:11 PM
Donna O'Donnell I really think either one is appropriate, although I have not been a resident for very long. I love living here, and have found everyone I've met so far to be friendly, and willing to introduce me to my new community. I am a Northerner (N.Y.)and still accepted!

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