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D.C. New "It" Place For Breakfast

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Breakfast In Washington writer/producer Simon Epstein digs in to MGM Roast Beef's signature breakfast sandwich, The Bellybuster.
Rebecca Sheir
Breakfast In Washington writer/producer Simon Epstein digs in to MGM Roast Beef's signature breakfast sandwich, The Bellybuster.

A new documentary called "Breakfast in Washington" airs tonight on public television. It's based on visits to more than two-dozen restaurants in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. Places serve up everything from down-home diner grub to go-getter power breakfasts. The premise of the film is that D.C. has become the new "it" place for breakfast.

WAMU's Rebecca Sheir recently sat down for breakfast with writer and producer Simon Epstein, to find out more.

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