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Last updated
03-29-10 02:42 PM
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Breakfast idea

Since 1946, the bright eyed Big Boy has been keeping a smile on your face and your stomach full, but Frisch's has been around longer than that. From creating Cincinnati's first Drive-in restaurant to introducing us to the famous double-decker Big Boy sandwich, Frisch's has been a part of our lives for close to a century. So what's new at Frisch's Big Boy? The Breakfast Bar features new items such as Blueberry Pancakes and Italian Sausage with peppers & onions. New items on the Soup, Salad 'n Fruit Bar includes Chicken Salad and Caesar Salad. Selections will vary so there's something different everyday!
As a proud sponsor of KiVA, the store on Lincoln Ave is less than 4 blocks away. Perfect for breakfast after you drop off the team, perfect for those long sit/ref breaks, or perfect for a team victory lunch after a tough morning pool. It is only about 2.5 miles from the entrance to the KY Fair and Exposition Center, site of the 2005 US Junior Olympic Invitational tourney.
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