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Ten Best Eggs Benedict in Broward and Palm Beach

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6. The Boca Beach House

Since 2010, this beachside eatery, located all the way east off Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton, has been serving some pretty amazing organic eats. Open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch, the chef-driven menu offers a number of specialty dishes. There's Jamaican jerk seared scallop tacos and a Cobb salad sandwich made using the restaurant's own organic vegetables, grown out back. The same attention to detail translates directly the house specialty: crabmeat eggs Benedict, where a heaping pile of fresh lump crabmeat is served alongside poached asparagus and under a wash of homemade hollandaise. Keep an eye out on the specials board too. In season, the kitchen has been known to offer soft shell crab eggs Benedict as well.

5. The Breakfast Shack

Out west on Boynton Beach Boulevard, hidden in the corner of an unassuming strip mall, you'll find the Breakfast Shack. If the bright-yellow sign doesn't grab your attention, the line out the door -- especially on Saturday and Sunday -- will. The restaurant is open only until 2 p.m. daily, but the breakfast it serves is something worth dragging yourself out of bed for -- especially the crab-cake eggs Benedict, which pairs two of the restaurant's oversized, homemade crab cakes with the traditional dish. You can get it with a side of thick-cut home fries, grits, or fruit.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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