BREAKFAST OF CHAM­PI­ONS

At th­ese spots, the most im­por­tant meal of the day is the spe­cial.

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Blue Moon Cafe Owner Sarah Sim­ing­ton’s Cap­tain Crunch French toast draws crowds at both the Fells Point orig­i­nal and Fed­eral Hill new­bie Blue Moon Too. Get your fix 24/7 on week­ends. 1621 Aliceanna St., 410.522.3940; 1024 Light St., no phone Golden West Cafe Zingy south­west fla­vors amp up the morn­ing meal op­tions at this Ham­p­den fa­vorite. Ex­pect fa­mil­iars like huevos rancheros along­side funkier fare like “Elvis pan­cakes” topped with—what else— fried ba­nanas and peanut but­ter-fla­vored but­ter. 1105 W. 36th St., 410.889.8891 Miss Shirley’s Named af­ter a beloved for­mer em­ployee, this In­ner Har­bor eatery is known for its warm hos­pi­tal­ity and South­er­nac­cented menu. Lo­cals or­der the crab cake and fried green tomato eggs Bene­dict. 750 E. Pratt St., 410.528.5373 Sip & Bite This ‘50s-style Can­ton diner is the real deal, serv­ing up clas­sic a.m. repasts 24/7 un­der a neon sign. Our fa­vorite? Home­town hero Michael Phelps’ French toast— Pull­man’s stuffed with hazel­nut pra­line and topped with ba­nanas, straw­ber­ries and cream. Now that’s a cham­pion’s breakfast! 2200 Bos­ton St., 410.675.7077

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