Along the Breakfast Trail at Jack's Ouback2

It's like a treasure hunt finding Jack's Outback2 at 161 Route 6a in Yarmouth Port, but one well worth it. In previous years when owner Jack Braginton was alive it was a crazy fun place to go where you were your own waitress and picked up your food at the kitchen window once it was prepared and there was always Jack's antics that made it fun. But the good food continues and a great friendly staff now serves you a breakfast you will not long forget. It's a cute cozy place to eat with all the charm of being in New Engand and if you find a Golden Retriever or two on the steps on your way in, don't be afraid. They are your welcome embassors to an awesome breakfast experience. Popovers seem to be the great new breakfast crave and Jack's outback does it up well. They are light fluffy and melt in your mouth as are any of their homebaked muffins and more. The home fries are delicious and seasoned lightly with onions and their homebaked beans are awesome with onions and molasses goodness. My friend had Poached Eggs with Spinach and Hollandaise on top of potato pancake which was a delicious special. I had the Portugues Omelet with linguica, peppers, onions and cheese that was cooked to perfection. They also serve a Lobster Benedict that is one of the best I have eaten. Breakfast choices could leave you dizzy but whatever choice you make will be a good one and making you want to return to try more. They even give you choices of kielbasa or Italian sausage with eggs. Thanks to Jack's and their super staff.

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