Just when I thought that all breakfast was the same, I was proven wrong.

Listen, I get it – when it comes to the most important meal of the day, you automatically think of the same old bland bacon and eggs. That was far from the case this morning.

The Rock and Fox Show discovered a newly settled, yet quaint restaurant towards the end of South Main Street in Fall River, not too far from the courthouse.

What used to be the original location of Boneheads, a chicken wing hot spot, is now where you will find Three Brothers. Holding no more than 30-35 patrons, the tiny restaurant brings the heat with big flavor and hefty portions.

Owned by three local women, originally from the New Bedford area, the restaurant is actually named after one of the owners three sons.

From American classics to authentic Portuguese food, there was a banquet of food laid out for us to enjoy and the fusion of flavors instantly took over our taste buds. Here's just a few dishes we indulged in this morning:

Captain Sammy's Eggs Benny

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Pancakes

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Portuguese Omelette

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Vanilla Ice Cream-Topped Waffle

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Crepes

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Apple-Cinnamon French Toast

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Portuguese Pop with Sao Jorge Cheese & Pepper

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THE LUNCH

Grilled Jumbo New Bedford Native Scallops

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Portuguese Quesadilla

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Shaved Steak & Cheese Bomb

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Homemade Cacoila Sandwich

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Portuguese Style Steak

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Admittedly, I ate until I felt as though I was about to explode, I simply couldn't stop eating – it was that good. As I finished I was hit with a bombshell: the owners told me that they were not only open for breakfast and lunch, but they were open late nights on the weekends from midnight to 4 a.m. Perfect for those after club/bar munchies, if I do say so myself.

Listen, take my word Fall River (and surrounding patrons), if you're looking for some scrumptious authentic Portuguese-infused breakfast and lunch, then take a drive or a walk over to the Three Brothers and try it for yourself.

I promise, you won't regret it.

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