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Restaurants serving breakfast pizza on Long Island

If you’re an early-rising pizza lover who doesn’t like to cook, you can find breakfast pizzas at a number of Long Island restaurants and pizzerias. Here's a sampling.

St. Rocco's Bakery

A breakfast pizza of mozzarella, basil, tomato and
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St. Rocco's Bakery (4 St. Rocco Place, Glen Cove): You might stop by this traditional Italian bakery for the cookies and bread, but don’t leave before you try the excellent pizza, baked in a wood-burning brick oven. The breakfast version is topped with mozzarella, basil, tomato and two sunny-side-up eggs. More info: 516-427-5333

Talluci's Pizzeria

A slice of the Breakfast Pizza, made with
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 Talluci's Pizzeria (1249 Melville Rd., Farmingdale): The inspiration for her bacon, egg and cheese pie, says Danielle Cataffo of Talluci’s in Farmingdale, were the crowds of college students coming from Farmingdale State College across the street. “We’re right across from a college and next to a bagel place. In the morning, I’d see the kids split up because some of them wanted breakfast. So I made a breakfast pizza.” More info: 631-390-9684,

Suburban Eats

The breakfast pizza, topped with scrambled eggs, diced
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Suburban Eats (610 Broadhollow Rd., Melville): Look carefully on the breakfast menu at this busy gourmet deli and you will see in between the breakfast quesadilla and the garden omelet the No. 7, a breakfast pizza topped with scrambled eggs, diced bacon and shredded cheese. More info: 631-293-3287,

Sophia's Pizza Cafe

The Western breakfast pizza, topped with eggs, ham,
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Sophia's Pizza Cafe (2060 Ocean Ave., Ronkonkoma): This restaurant, which opens at 8 a.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. on weekends, offers three kinds of breakfast pizzas: The Hungryman, with eggs, bacon, ham, sausage and mozzarella; the Veggie, with eggs, spinach, mushrooms, mozzarella and Cheddar cheese; and the Western, topped with eggs, ham, peppers, onions and mozzarella. If you’d like to dine in your pajamas, Sophia’s will deliver. More info: 631-567-1947,

Rigatoni's Pizza & Pasta

Rigatoni's Pizza & Pasta in Hauppauge serves on
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Rigatoni's Pizza & Pasta (160 Adams Ave., Hauppauge): This pasta and pizza place opens at 6 a.m. to serve workers in the Hauppauge Industrial Park, so it’s not surprising that it has pizza on the morning menu. Rigatoni’s version is a large (12-slice) pie topped with scrambled eggs, sausage, home fries, American cheese and mozzarella. More info: 631-524-5454,


Grimaldi's serves individual breakfast pizzas on the weekend,
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Grimaldi's (980 Franklin Ave., Garden City): On Saturdays and Sundays between 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m., the coal-fired brick oven at this Garden City pizzeria produces personal pizzas topped with scrambled eggs and your choice of bacon, sausage or ham, as well as a couple of egg-and-vegetable combos. The deal includes unlimited mimosas, Bloody Marys, Champagne or beer, as well as dessert. More info: 516-294-6565, 

Nick's Pizza

The "Hangover" individual breakfast pizza, topped with mozzarella,
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Nick's Pizza (272 Sunrise Hwy., Rockville Centre): This Rockville Centre pizza specialist has a $15.95 brunch menu featuring individual pies, including one with potato, pancetta, onions and egg; and a white pie, called “the hangover,” with mozzarella, French fries, pepperoni and hot sauce. More info: 516-763-3278,

Café Crust

The Florentine pizza is a breakfast pizza topped
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Café Crust (850 County Rd. 39, Southampton): This bakery café fires up the oven early in the morning to make two types of breakfast pizza: the Americana, with olive oil, bacon, mozzarella and an organic egg, and the Florentine, with spinach, mushrooms, mozzarella, olives and an egg. More info: 631-259-8880,

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