Breakfast food is so good. My schedule doesn't really allow for a traditional 7-8 am breakfast, but I can really eat breakfast food any time of day. Bacon, waffles, eggs for dinner? Sounds good to me! I'm also fine with whipped cream on pancakes and waffles. I mean, you only live once, right?

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There's no shortage of great breakfast stops in Buffalo and its surrounding suburbs. Some of them are so busy there's a long wait, especially on weekends, but there's a reason these places have long lines; people can't resist.

My dad always used to take me for breakfast growing up on a Saturday morning, and it's almost a tradition for families to go to these amazing breakfast places on a weekend morning.

From pancakes to omelets, and waffles to corned beef hash, and everything in between, here are some of the best breakfast restaurants in Western New York!

The 9 Best Breakfast Places In Western New York

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