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Have some pop-culture fun with your breakfast.

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he Breakfast Club is not only a beloved ’80s teen flick. It’s also a diner that serves up “library specials” inspired by the movie, including “the dork” (two eggs any styles with home fries and toast) and “the jock” (egg-white omelet with veggies and wheat toast). But the prize of the menu is “the princess,” a not-to-be-missed, sinful combination of golden Belgian waffles, sweet strawberries, and fluffy whipped cream—the perfect dish with which to pay homage to Molly Ringwald’s prom-queen character. Tasting more like a dessert than any breakfast ought to, it’s the ideal indulgence to enjoy while Rick Springfield’s “Jesse’s Girl” plays in the background. Medoff



Anthony Michael Hall, the nerd in the film The Breakfast Club, was born in West Roxbury, the son of blues singer Mercedes Hall, who played his mother in the movie.

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