Hardwood Grill offering "bargain" breakfasts

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PRIEST RIVER— The Priest River Hardwood Grill is now open for the “bargain breakfast” daily from 7 a.m. to noon.

Highlighted is the $5.99 bargain breakfast featuring bacon, sausage or ham and eggs. It includes three eggs, hashbrowns and choice of toast, biscuit, English muffin or cinnamon roll. Other items on the $5.95 menu include giant Chipolte burrito, biscuits with meaty sausage gravy and cheddar melt omelet, all served with hashbrowns.

The usual breakfast favorites like eggs benedict, vanilla pecan French toast and more are available as well as the house specialty omelets like Applewood smoked salmon and cream cheese and the Milltown restaurant features a log jam breakfast for hearty lumberjacks which features beef tenderloin skewers.

Stop by the Priest River Hardwood Grill at 5634 Highway 2 or call 448-4489 for more info. They also have Wifi and do catering.

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