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A look at seven new restaurants serving breakfast all day

Guests respond to these high-comfort, low-price concepts

Once relegated to the morning only, breakfast foods are cracking wide open as consumers are eating these low-cost, high-comfort crowd pleasers at all hours of the day and night.

Nearly four out of five Americans (79%) say they’ve eaten breakfast foods for meals other than breakfast in the past year, according to a recent nationwide online survey conducted by The Harris Poll and commissioned by General Mills Foodservice.

In response, everyone from pancake-and-coffee loving restauranteurs to Texas-born taco truckers to Michelin-starred chefs has been opening new concepts or expanding existing menus to include all-day eggs — or pancakes, or breakfast bowls or biscuit sandwiches.

Read on for some of the industry’s newest spots serving breakfast all day, including a taco cart that has opened its first brick-and-mortar location, a virtual concept by Unfurl Cuisine in San Francisco, and an all-day pancake house in Atlanta whose owners include fine-dining legend Anne Quatrano.

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