Along the Breakfast Trail at Centerville Pie Co

Pies and breakfast could become the healthy start of the day, especially if you stop by the Centerville Pie Company in Centerville on Route 28. It's just a little pie shop in a strip mall or so you think but all that changes once you step inside this quaint clean cafe. It isn't very big but it is very customer friendly and cozy as you can watch the chef prepare your breakfast or drool as you watch the pastries coming out of the back kitchen. Any way you look at it, this isn't your usually breakfast stop and you'll be thinking about more than just breakfast. The menu offers a good selection of breakfast choices but we all decided on Charlie's Choice which included two eggs,homefries, toast, two strips of bacon and a sausage patty for under $8.Our waitress was the best and kept our coffee mugs filled with hot steaming well brewed coffee and breakfast although it seems simple was a masterpiece and perfectly cooked. The homefries were seasoned lightly and toasted to perfection. The whole experience was one of my top breakfast experiences and we all cleaned our plates with great ease, and the frequent passing of the girls bringing pies and pastries from the back kitchen made us contemplate a slice of pie. We even tried to justify it because we didn't have pancakes or french toast. You got to have something sweet after a good savory breakfast; don't you? We did and as we ordered a slice of Chocolate Cream Pie and a slice of Key Lime Pie, and my other friend Naomi ordered a slice of Apple Pie. Dorothy joked about her choice and called it a plain one, that is until we tasted how delicious it was well seasoned with cinnamom and nutmeg. They even have Four Seas Ice Cream to top it, if you choose. So all in all get out to Centerville Pie and you will find more than breakfast delicious. The Bakery has lots to choose and they even have frozen pies to take home.Thanks Centerville....You do it Good

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