The Second Bombing

Hey friends! How’s your Saturday goin’? Mine’s pretty swell so far. Sipping some tea while I sift through DOZENS of photos from the last few days. I have a few big posts up my sleeves, so hope you’ll stay tuned.

In the meantime, I thought I’d pop in the share the breakfast I enjoyed at The Bomber in Ypsilanti last weekend.

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Prior to our most recent visit, I’d only been to The Bomber once, last July, and we loved it. A Living Social deal brought us in for the first time last summer, and we’ve been thinking about the food ever since. I don’t know why it took us so long to go back.

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Good coffee is a diner MUST and I’m happy to report that The Bomber delivered.

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Huz decided to go big this time and order The Bomber’s namesake dish, which has been featured on the Food Network, their website reports:

The Bomber Breakfast

      • 4 eggs
      • 1 pound of breakfast potatoes
      • 1 pound breakfast meat (bacon, sausage, ham)
      • 4 giant pieces of toast (unpictured)

Crazy. He barely made a dent in the ‘tatoes but polished off the eggers and the meat quite easily (with a little bacon-nibbling help from me!).

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Last time I ordered the Bomber Omelette – probably the best omelette I’ve ever had in my life. For real. And I adore omelettes.

This time I was in the mood for something a little more lunch-y, and ordered the Bomber Melt, made with 6 oz. ground beef, Swiss cheese, sautéed onions, served on rye. I would have preferred more cheese on the melt, but the sautéed onions on this melt were incredible. Good stuff! And I brought half home for lunch the next day!

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The portions are so huge and the prices are super affordable and the good is so dang good. That’s a pretty awesome combination if you ask me. I must go back and get another Bomber Omelette as soon as possible.

Oh, Ypsi, your food is so amazing. (I think I need to add a new “Ypsilanti Restaurants” category to my blog – I’ve been piling them all in my “Ann Arbor Eateries” category!).

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