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Tom's Diner
2937 W Liberty Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
(412) 531-2350

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No. It's more of an informational thing. Also, when I want to go somewhere to eat, these may help me make up my mind. Laughing
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I had 2 eggs sunny side up and some hash browns last night during/after the Pittspace.com interview thing. I snagged this menu when I left.

I love the breakfast at Tom's, I usually get 2 eggs over-easy, hash browns, & bacon if I'm in the mood for breakfast. I can;t remember if I've ever done Steak N' Eggs there... like I normally used to get at Ritter's.

Sometimes I get the reuben, which is awesome, sometimes I get the roast beef sandwich which is pretty damn good... then there's the classic club. Tom's does it justice... I usually compare them all to the one from King's. (Oddly enough, Steak 'n Shake also makes a killer turkey club.)

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All of Tom's breakfast is great, as well as their gyros.

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I'm not a huge fan of sausage or pancakes/waffles. I can eat 'em, but dunno if I'd get them while I was out.

I haven't ever had a gyro at Tom's, but I'm sure it's tasty.

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