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From Coast Explorer Summer 2009
Breakfast at the Beach
Here are six fantastic breakfast spots that will get you charged up and ready for a fun day in Newport. You can't carpe diem on an empty stomach. So before you go out to seize the day in Newport, get charged up at one of these six fantastic breakfast eateries. From home cooked perfection to pancake heaven, local favorites to......[read more]
 
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