Open from 6 am to 1 pm and located at the corner of Highway 203 and Old Mammoth Road, the Breakfast Club is where locals go to fuel up for a big day of backcountry skiing and where tourists go to grease over their hangovers. You can get a blueberry muffin or an egg-and-cheese breakfast sandwich to go or sit down and enjoy huevos rancheros, chocolate chip pancakes, or biscuits and gravy. They don’t take credit cards, so bring cash. This place is almost as good as the 1985 John Hughes movie starring Emilio Estevez and Molly Ringwald.
The answer is: it depends whom you ask (and we’ll see).
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