Support Us Button Widget

Boston’s best breakfast competition featured on “Good Morning America”

The owners of South Street Dinner and North Street Grille will battle it out to see who has the best breakfast. The winner will head to New York with “Good Morning America.”

Quincy Market in downtown Boston on a sunny day.

The siblings will face off at Quincy Market on Wednesday morning.

Photo by BOStoday team

Who serves the best breakfast in Boston? Two Boston restaurant owners will throw down in a national competition to find out, as well as take part in an epic sibling rivalry.

South Street Diner and North Street Grille will battle it out on “Good Morning America” to see who can cook up the best breakfast dish. Sol Sidell, the owner of South Street Diner, will make his Boston Cream Pancakes. His sister Robin Sidell, the owner of North Street Grille, will answer with her Banana Bourbon French Toast.

Only one sibling will advance to the finals in New York for the United States of Breakfast competition.

If you want to see how the competition shakes out, head to Quincy Market at 6:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 28 to see what the three local judges will decide.

More from BOStoday