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Inside The Bad Waitress Diner in Minneapolis

Good breakfast served morning, noon and night by wait staff that aren't bad at all.

The best diners are open late, serve plenty of coffee and stack the flappers fast. The Bad Waitress on Eat Street (near the corner of 26th Street and Nicollet Avenue) does all of this on a much higher level than the average hash slinger. The ingredients are ethically sourced from local producers and the restaurant even keeps statistics on the employees (80% bike or walk to work.) Pair that with ridiculously good coffee, a memorabilia dotted room, plenty of windows, beer, wine, plus sake bloodys and it's no wonder that The Bad Waitress' fans are happy to drop by for breakfast - or bacon topped mac and cheese because that counts - from the moment they open at 7 a.m. on weekdays, until the kitchen shuts down at 10:30 p.m.

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