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How to pay for your favorite breakfast foods

The American dream is alive and well, with some of the most expensive breakfast foods being in the best restaurants in the world.

According to a recent survey by Eater, $2.99 coffee is the second-most expensive breakfast item on the menu at many of the nation’s most expensive eateries.

While there are plenty of other breakfast items, this list is packed with the most delicious, best-served, and most affordable.

The list includes the following: Bacon & Cheese, $5.99 The Breakfast Club, $7.99, $4.99 bacon, bacon and eggs. 

Baking & Coffee, $6.99 and $2 each. 

Blues & Oats, $8.99 breakfast, breakfast bar, $3.99 bread. 

Chicken Wings, $9.99 ,$3.29 wings. 

Habanero Chili, $10.99 chicken, $1.99 chili. 

Lobster Rolls, $11.99 $4 lobster rolls, $14.99. 

Mushrooms & Bean Dip, $12.99 sandwich, $0.99 beans. 

Oatmeal Pancakes, $13.99 cup, $18.99 bowl. 

Sausage and Egg Breakfast Bar, $16.99   Steak & Potatoes Breakfast Bar , $12 for $16, $20 for $24, $27 for $30, $34 for $36, $38 for $44, $48 for $56, $60 for $64. 

Stuffed Chicken & Bacon, $17.99 meatloaf, $21.99 steak, $25.99 sausage, $33.99 hash browns, $37.99 egg, $41.99 eggs. 

 Stuffed Pork Loin, $19.99 pork, $22.99 brisket, $26.99 beef brisket. 

Tomato & Potato Pancakes with Cheese, with Cheese Sauce, $15, $24.99 with cheese sauce, $29, $35, $40. 

Taco Bell Breakfast Menu, $31.99 for breakfast, $39.99 as a combo, $50.00 for two sides, $62.99 three sides, and $80.00 four sides. 

Wine Country, $28.99

Minneapolis restaurant to offer dim sum on Sundays

Minneapolis restaurants are gearing up for the holiday season with an all-you-can-eat buffet for diners to enjoy on Sunday mornings.

The Minneapolis Restaurant & Bar Association is offering free dim sum dinners to diners from 3 p.m. to 7 p.p.m., according to a release Monday.

The restaurants will also offer a special meal of a limited-time deal from 4 to 7:30 p.t. on Sundays.

Diners who want to dine out at the restaurants will have to sign up on the association’s website.

Diners will also be able to order food from the bar menu at a rate of $3.50 per serving.

There are other special discounts, including the $3 off the most expensive entrée at the restaurant for a limited time, and $3 for a two-course meal at the bar, with a minimum order of six.

The bar is offering discounted prices on drinks, including an all you can eat dessert and dessert combo at the same time.

Food from the bars will also include discounted prices.

For example, at the Minneapolis Bar, diners can order an entrée for $3 and receive a choice of the most popular desserts.

Dining out at another Minneapolis bar, the Bar at the Park, will also have discounts on drinks and food.

While the bars offer discounts on food and drinks, dinings can also eat outside and still receive discounts on their order.

For instance, patrons who are dining at the Dining Room can order a meal of chicken wings for $5 and receive fries for the meal.

Diner can also receive a one-hour discount for dinner or $3 from the Diner’s Club.