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Al's Breakfast
413 14th Ave SE, Minneapolis

TCB Review:
Alís Breakfast, named after former owner Al Bergstrom, has a reputation larger than the diner itself. The Dinkytown icon makes its home in a ten-foot wide alley on the north side of that other famous institution, the University of Minnesota. As the name implies, this place is only does breakfast, and has limited operating hours. Omelets and a variety of excellent pancakes, as well as unmatched ambience, make this the place where anyone and everyone goes. Which is also the main drawback: find another spot if you are looking for leisure and comfort, or are too grumpy to deal with other humans. …

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