Ladies and gentlemen, I have found the best-kept hidden gem of New Bedford's North End and there's an eggs benny flight on the menu.

In the far northern part of New Bedford, right smack in the center of the Sassaquin area is a quaint little mom-and-pop restaurant with the most unique and delicious (if I do say so myself) breakfast and lunch dishes. It's called What's Cookin'? and they have what it takes to please the soul and satisfy the belly.

One of their distinctive breakfast/brunch choices is just as tasty as it sounds and it's inspired by the popular movie Hocus Pocus: "The Sanderson Trio" eggs benedict flight.

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It's being called the "ultimate three-part benedict":

  • One part "OG" original benny with Canadian bacon on an English muffin
  • One part Portuguese benny with Portuguese hash on a Portuguese Bolo
  • One part harvest benny with sautéed zucchini and summer squash on an English muffin

All three are smothered just right with a light and fluffy hollandaise sauce and topped with a poached egg rather than over-easy.

"Nobody does a Benny trio, it’s my own flair/take on the popular breakfast item and I’m big on presentation," co-owner Jay Brooks said, "We have a great place that brings such a diverse crowd. In most places you go, breakfast is the same. We forged a restaurant that’s not too fancy, but our menu is comforting with something for everybody. From simple breakfast items to flashy specials, we do it all."

Need more convincing? Try their flash-fried smores or apple-stuffed french toast drizzled with chocolate or caramel. You'll thank me later.

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