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Breakfast Beckons at Il Bellagio in West Palm Beach

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Early-morning

visitors at CityPlace see a far different piazza than their night-owl

counterparts: The crowds are gone, the dancing fountain is quiet, and

nearly every seat around the center plaza beckons you to

wile away the morning sipping coffee. And for the next few days -

through July 31 - you can get a free LaVazza coffee with any breakfast

purchase at Il Bellagio, the stately Italian eatery that sits fountain-side within the Harriet Himmel Theater.

The coffee giveaway celebrates the early-morning opening of Il Bellagio and its new breakfast menu.

The

place is offering traditional items, including waffles and eggs, along

with Italian-inspired dishes: ricotta pancakes with orange zest and

walnuts, omelets with salami and provolone, and crepes with fruit and

Nutella or mascarpone cream. We think "Nana's Breakfast" - grilled

Italian toast with an egg cooked in the center and served with roasted

peppers and potatoes - is sure to be a favorite.

Breakfast

runs daily from 7:30 to 11 a.m. And if you can't make it there early

enough, there's always lunch and dinner, which runs through 11 p.m.

-- Jill Barton

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