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    Breakfast Restaurants in Pagosa Springs

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    Business Listing   Be Our Guest A Bed & Breakfast Guest House - Pagosa Springs, CO - Phone: (970) 264-6814

    Business Listing   Best Western Oak Ridge Lodge - Pagosa Springs, CO - Phone: (970) 264-4173

    Business Listing   Endaba Wilderness Retreat - Pagosa Springs, CO - Phone: (970) 731-4310

    Business Listing   Pagosa Central Reservations - Pagosa Springs, CO - Phone: (970) 731-2215

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    Helpful Definition for: Breakfast Restaurants

    Breakfast Restaurants in Pagosa Springs specialize in providing breakfast for at least 6 days in a week. Traditional breakfasts are also termed as full breakfast and are served in different inns or restaurants in Pagosa Springs. Breakfast in restaurants may include porridge or stewed prunes, two eggs (boiled, fried or poached), sliced bacon or sausages, sliced bread or toast with jam or jelly or butter, pancakes with syrup, cornflakes or other cereals, etc. It may end with a cup of coffee or tea or a glass of orange or grape fruit juice. Nowadays in Pagosa Springs these breakfast restaurants are also located on the highway, and this has been more convenient for travelers traveling long distances by road.

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