Review: Snooze- A

snoozeI think that everyone from our generation can agree that waking up early on the weekends is a serious buzzkill, whether it be because of an appointment, a sports event, or going out to eat breakfast.

Breakfast restaurants have seemed to have risen tremendously in popularity, especially in the cases of late morning brunches. But that is not the case for Snooze.

Having locations ranging from Hillcrest to Colorado, a new Snooze recently opened up in Del Mar.

For starters, Snooze is nicer than the average IHOP or Denny’s. It’s not a chain so that is expected. Now, its no fancy, overpriced gourmet breakfastry, but it definitely has more class than the previously mentioned chains.

The interior layout and decor is eye soothing and calming, extremely necessary for the early birds still accustoming to light. It really makes one feel like they’re enjoying a meal at their home away from home.

Speaking of the meal, the food is spectacular. In fact, it’s really difficult to decide which delectable entree should be selected above all the other ones. No matter your tastes or preferences, the menu will present several appealing options.

Featuring a wide variety of pancakes, egg dishes, toast and more, the selection truly is more than a little mouth-watering.

One can even top off their food with a choice of an extra side like eggs, or bacon. Bacon makes everything better.

The quantities will leave practically all customers completely satisfied and most likely carrying a small box filled with leftovers.

The quantities are only matched by the overflowing tastiness, and the completely reasonable prices.

There are, however, a few faults. Sadly even the greatest of restaurants will have a few flaws, and Snooze is no exception. First of all, the locations are a little far off for everyone living in or around the Rancho Penasquitos area, with the closest locations being in Hillcrest and Del Mar.

Another con that shouldn’t really be a con yet still is, is that Snooze is constantly filled during its open hours. While this is an adequate representation of the quality of food present at Snooze, it can be quite a drag to have to wait  outside in the line for any length of time.

It is for this reason that while Snooze has a long range of open hours (Seven to two-thirty on weekends), it is best to wake up early and head to Snooze a little drowsy in order to avoid a waiting time, after all the early bird gets the worm.

Despite these minor cons, Snooze really is a delicious place to take in the most important meal of the day, and I definitely recommend it to anyone who is a fan of breakfast

Written by Speedy Gonzalez

Speedy is the Editor of the most entertaining section, the Entertainment section. Raised by wolves, he is always hungry for another taco. He plans on attending either Oxford College or Cambridge University. He aspires to be the first human to visit Saturn. His favorite meal is burritos and churros. He is a Senior.

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