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LAist's Elina's Top 10 Places (I Liked) to Eat Breakfast in Los Angeles in 2006

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I know I'm a little late jumping on the bandwagon of year-end Top 10 lists, but if there's one thing that never goes out of style, it's food.

10. Foxy's
206 W Colorado St. at Central Ave., Glendale
Any place that puts all my favorite things into one omelette (bacon, avocado, onions, tomatoes) as a standard dish on their menu can't go wrong.

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9. Rodeo Grill
1721 W. Sunset Blvd. at Echo Park Ave., Silverlake/Echo Park
I love this little Mexican greasy spoon where you get beans and tortilla chips alongside your breakfast. They also have awesomely cheap weekday breakfast specials.

8. Nick's
8536 W. Pico Blvd. at La Cienega, Fairfax District
This is my little local greasy spoon, so I am partial to it partly for its vast menu and low prices, partly for its ambience.

7. Doughboys
8136 W. 3rd St. at Crescent Heights Blvd., West Hollywood
I like the hash, the toad-in-the-hole, various scrambles and many of the baked goods from this delicious, rich

6. Griddle Café
7916 Sunset Blvd. at Fairfax, West Hollywood
Free refills on pitchers of mimosas earn The Griddle the award for Best Place to Get Drunk Before 2pm on a Sunday. You can expect a 1-2 hour wait, but the breakfast menu is wild and varied, full of weird, wonderfully gluttonous offerings, and the portions are ginormous .