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Ten Best Eggs Benedict in Broward and Palm Beach

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2. Rendez-Vous Bakery

This classic French bistro serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week -- everything from merguez sausage sandwiches with harissa to the classic Croque Monsieur. Here, eggs for breakfast are a specialty. You can get them dipped in mushroom sauce or find quiches filled with onion jam. But the eggs Benedict trio is where it's at. If you have a tough time deciding which topping to get, you can have them all here. The dish arrives with not two but three poached eggs, each on English muffins and garnished with either spinach, smoked salmon, or Canadian bacon.

1. Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House

You haven't eaten breakfast in South Florida until you've dined at the O-B House. The menu, created by chef/owner Ron Ely, includes a variety of specialty items, many of which have a distinctly Floridian vibe. Take the Anchor Breakfast, inspired by Ely's fishing trips to the Bahamas: Florida grouper with eggs, toast, and cheese grits. There's also the D-Clawed, an omelet filled with jumbo lump crab meat, cream cheese, and cilantro. Of course, sometimes it's the simple things they do best -- like the classic eggs Benedict. There's something to be said for that simple combination of heritage eggs, homemade hollandaise, fresh-baked bread, and thick-cut Canadian bacon.

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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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