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You wake up on Sunday morning and your tummy growls for bacon, eggs, hashbrowns, and a side of toast. You could make it yourself, or if you live near 38th Street and Thomas in Phoenix you can pop on over to the Brass Rail. At night the Rail is alive with sports, karaoke, music, and dinner, but in the morning they offer one of the best tasting, cheap eat breakfasts in town.

Starting at $3.50 (coffee additional) you get your choice of bacon or sausage, accompanied by two eggs, hashbrowns, and a side of toast. The eggs are cooked to order, the toast is warm and buttery, and the hashbrowns are golden with a hint of crisp.

For the sweet tooth in you, you can add pancakes, or french toast for two dollars more. If you're in the mood for a southern cowboy twist, you can add biscuits and gravy also for $2.00 more as shown in the picture. The add on breakfasts are not served with toast. The meal shown to the left prices at $18.00 for two people. If its a breakfast for one, with no add ons, you will leave with a ticket total of $5.50 plus tax. Who needs McDonalds when you can have a home cooked meal for the same price and better taste?

The Brass Rail is open at 6am, 7 days a week and is located at 3738 E Thomas Road in Phoenix.

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