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Pajama breakfast

Diner open to Pajamas, - 8 to 11
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At least 1,500 times I have gotten up in the morning with the urge to eat and go back to sleep. Each time I've had to put on my pants, shoes and other accessories only to go to a diner, eat and come back for sleep. My guess is I am not the only one with this problem. Unfortunately I could never go to a diner for breakfast in a bathrobe for fear of people’s hostile stares. This would not be the case if other people were in robes too. I wonder if a diner could market itself as allowing people to come in (for a few hours in the morning) dressed in a robe or pajama (making sure no one was exposing themselves). I could eat and catch up on sleep. I have seen diners with messages that say 'we don't allow smoking on Sundays from 6-9 PM' so this shouldn't be too much of a stretch.
nomadic_wonderer, Jan 02 2007

When in Boston put on your pjs http://www.tremont647.com/
Scroll down to the second-to-last line - priceless! [Canuck, Jan 02 2007]


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       Why not just sleep in your clothes? Or better still how about a breakfast delivery service. Then you wouldn't have to go out at all.
esperance, Jan 02 2007
  

       You need one of those new fangled "kitchen" things. Oh, and a mom.
Galbinus_Caeli, Jan 02 2007
  

       I did a quick google search for "restaurant wear pajamas" which returned numerous hits such as the link I've provided. So it seems the idea is Baked and all you have to do is make the effort to find a restaurant in your area. Many places seem to have the staff dressed in pjs so why couldn't/wouldn't you?
Canuck, Jan 02 2007
  

       My old corner shop was ok with me turning up in a dressing gown, I live next to a cafe now but I don't think I'd get away with it.
wagster, Jan 02 2007
  

       Put this restaurant in a college town and you're rich!
flynn, Jan 02 2007
  

       //dressed in a robe or pajama// and if you don't posses either, like me, can you still go in the nip? pedant sp "pajamas" is pyjamas
xenzag, Jan 02 2007
  

       It's a US/British English thing, [xenzag]... though in neither country are posses of pyjama-wearers a common sight. Sadly.
imaginality, Jan 03 2007
  

       These days, a lot of people wear those pj bottoms everywhere, anyway. (not me though) I would love to go places in my nightgown.
xandram, Jan 03 2007
  

       I'd gladly become a druid/monk/wizard if it meant I could legitimately spend my days in a nice dressing gown. I'm quite partial to a toga too.
zen_tom, Jan 03 2007
  


 

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