We just came back from breakfast at Nancy’s Kitchen. We walked down there and back – about a mile each way – so not nearly enough to work off the effects of an epic breakfast. Two eggs, sausage, home fries and sausage gravy, toast, and coffee, all for the low, low price of $6.
In fact, we drove over 200 miles for this breakfast, because Skippy told us that they are closing next month, after being open for 20 or 30 years, and serving hearty, inexpensive food to millions of customers. So, naturally, we had to come, to have one last meal there before it is gone forever.
We told the chef, as we were checking out, that we had driven 200 miles for breakfast, and he thanked us, and said that there is some hope – not much – that they’ll stay open. Hope is still alive.
If you’re anywhere in the Columbus Ohio area, you owe it to yourself to go to Nancy’s for breakfast before they’re gone. It’s on High Street, in the Clintonville area.