Famous Toastery scores with wine at breakfast

Famous Toastery scores with wine at breakfast

Breakfast-and-lunch chain offers food-and-beverage pairings

It seems that if you offer wine with breakfast, some people will drink it.

That’s what Robert Maynard found out at Famous Toastery, the breakfast, brunch and lunch chain he founded in a suburb of Charlotte, N.C., in 2005.

Last month he introduced a wine list complete with breakfast and lunch items that would go with each glass — the Fetzer Sundial Chardonnay with the turkey-egg white omelet or Cobb salad, the Bonterra Cabernet Sauvignon for the corned beef

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