Old Town Alexandria Breakfast: The Table Talk

coffee breakfast table talk old town alexandria

It’s still raining here and D.C. and yesterday Karlee and I were exhausted. Maybe it was the weather, or maybe it was all the walking and exploring. We decided to have a low key day. We headed to the Table Talk in Old Town Alexandria for breakfast. I love a good breakfast spot.

coffee breakfast table talk old town alexandria virginia

The Table Talk was very cute and homey. We started out with some fresh honey dew melon. I love to have fruit and coffee before eating breakfast because it’s when I’m most hungry. My eyes are usually larger than my stomach. Eating fruit helps me fulfill that hunger pang and eat in moderation.

Our waitress was so sweet and the food was very inexpensive. It’s the type of breakfast place you could go to every morning without breaking the bank. If I lived close buy, I’d probably come every morning for coffee, fresh fruit, and an english muffin.

coffee breakfast table talk old town alexandria virginia

I ordered the two eggs. It came with home fries, bacon and wheat toast. The toast was hot and crunchy, the eggs were cooked to perfection, and the bacon was nice and crunchy! I’ve never been a huge home fries fan, but theirs were pretty good.

Karlee and I relaxed most of the day! It was nice 🙂


  • Camie


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  • Rebecca

    Will you be going to any museums on your trip? So many (free) ones to choose from! Also, it’s nice of Karlee to show you around all week while your brother works.

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  • Michelle Wallace

    There is nothing like a diner/hometown-type of breakfast place. They always seem to have the best food. I like your idea of melon/fruit with coffee first. I’m going to have to try that out. My eyes are usually bigger than my stomach too!

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  • Linda @ The Fitty

    the eyes ARE bigger than the stomach! That’s a good quote to remember the next time I go to a buffet…

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  • Cassie

    Egggggsss look so good! What a great restaurant!

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  • carrieann

    I love your blog Tara!

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  • Nikita Khara

    girl. bad PS job in the cupcake photo for your about me. the white box is like doubled in one spot 🙁

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    • youhavetoomuchtimeonyourhands

      Get a life.

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      The white line is SUPPOSED to be like that.

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      • Taylor

        People drive me nuts with this stuff. You look awesome and this is such a fun picture.

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      • Sammie

        Her brothers girlfriend took the same photo and the box is doubled. This photo is not ps. She looks normal and you guys are trying to create dumb illusions in your mind because you’re jealous.

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  • Livi @ Eat, Pray, Work It Out

    I love a cute little breakfast place like this!

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  • Beth

    Hi Tara! I’ve loved seeing all your pictures and hearing about your trip! My fiance and I are trying to think of an inexpensive but still fun and memorable honeymoon spot. Do you think D.C. would be a good recommendation? It seems like there is soo much to see and do and great places to eat!

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    • Taralynn McNitt

      If you don’t mind me asking, what is your budget? I know of a lot of low cost vacations spots! D.C. is also fun, especially in the summer!

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      • Alena

        Ohhhh, I’d like to know! I am getting married next May and I’d love to know low cost vacation areas!

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      • Beth

        We don’t really want to spend more than $1,500-$2,000. We live in Albany, NY and wouldn’t mind driving to save some money! We both like road trips. Thanks so much for your help! 🙂

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  • Jorden W.

    Hi Tara! What do you put in your coffee? Cream and Sugar? I’m trying to cut out sugar and your coffee pictures always look delicious! 🙂

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