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Published: Friday, August 5, 2011, 10:12 a.m.

We found a great, new breakfast spot. Where's yours?

Going out to breakfast is one of the sweetest things in life, I think.

Sure, you can easily make a great morning meal at home, but visiting a pancake house?

Well, that just elevates the whole experience. That makes breakfast an event.

Today's dining review by Herald writer and food critic Jackson Holtz just proves what I'm saying.

He had breakfast, including a delightful-sounding specialty called a Dutch baby (scroll down after clicking on this link for a picture), at The Original Pancake House, a national, Portland-based chain that had been curiously absent from Snohomish County -- until now.

Just north of Thrashers Corner in Bothell, this new addition to the local breakfast scene is already popular and bustling, just like many other legendary favorite breakfast haunts, including the rural Maltby Cafe (best omelets) and Patty's Eggnest & Turkey House in Everett (Nutter Butter French Toast).

Where's your favorite breakfast place in the county and why?

Comment below.

Remember: We're always looking for places we haven't reviewed, so we take your suggestions seriously.
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