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Tasty reasons to get up after a big night out on the town

Some foods are better for hangovers than others.

Hangover cures are like hiccup cures — everyone has a theory about what works best. And with St. Patrick's Day coming up this weekend, there's no time like the present to start planning a post-festivities recovery strategy.

Click here for the America's Best Hangover Dishes Slideshow

The online, ahem, "literature" about what constitutes the best hangover cures consists of all kinds of baloney:

Eat bananas... Peanut butter! No, prickly pear juice! Coconut water! Drink coffee... Don’t drink coffee! If you do drink coffee, drink a lot of water! Eat fried foods! But only before drinking, not after.

Have a little hair of the dog. Try a Prairie Oyster... Stop, drinking again is the worst thing to do — it causes alcohol dependency. Eat burned toast... No, drink sports drinks!

Take Advil... Don’t take Advil! It will explode your liver. Take aspirin. B-6. B-12. Rosiglitazone... No, Berocca.

For many, food is the best cure — something to make you feel better, whether it's mental or not. There are the boring options — cheesy pastas, egg platters — but there are intriguing ones, too. Read on to see the list of best hair-of-the-dog dishes in The Daily Meal's featured cities.


12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving?

If you're like us, it's probably a breakfast sandwich of some sort. An egg and cheese, or a biscuit with sausage, or some avocado toast. Whatever your personal poison, breakfast sandwiches are the most wonderful gift to bleary-eyed souls before their first cup of coffee.

We reached out to Serious Eats contributors around the country and asked them, "what's your ultimate breakfast sandwich?" These are their answers.

Atlanta: The Miami Hangover at The Red Eyed Mule

Thou shalt always make enough meatloaf for leftovers. (Pretty sure that was the implied Eleventh Commandment.) It's one that Sabra Wood at the Red Eyed Mule follows, anyway, for her once-a-month breakfast special, the Miami Hangover. She doubles her mom's meatloaf recipe when she makes it from Certified Black Angus chuck on Thursday, lets the flavors intermingle overnight, smokes it low and slow on Friday over a cherry/pecan/hickory wood blend, pulls it at just medium and pink, and glazes it with chipotle barbecue sauce. What doesn't sell for lunch that day is slipped into her otherworldly buttermilk biscuits the next morning (when it's better anyway) with cheddar, a fried egg, and a healthy dousing of house gravy. Whether it's the tail end of a rough Friday night or the early start to your Saturday, the Miami Hangover is exactly what you need. Call ahead to see when it's available. — Todd Brock


12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving?

If you're like us, it's probably a breakfast sandwich of some sort. An egg and cheese, or a biscuit with sausage, or some avocado toast. Whatever your personal poison, breakfast sandwiches are the most wonderful gift to bleary-eyed souls before their first cup of coffee.

We reached out to Serious Eats contributors around the country and asked them, "what's your ultimate breakfast sandwich?" These are their answers.

Atlanta: The Miami Hangover at The Red Eyed Mule

Thou shalt always make enough meatloaf for leftovers. (Pretty sure that was the implied Eleventh Commandment.) It's one that Sabra Wood at the Red Eyed Mule follows, anyway, for her once-a-month breakfast special, the Miami Hangover. She doubles her mom's meatloaf recipe when she makes it from Certified Black Angus chuck on Thursday, lets the flavors intermingle overnight, smokes it low and slow on Friday over a cherry/pecan/hickory wood blend, pulls it at just medium and pink, and glazes it with chipotle barbecue sauce. What doesn't sell for lunch that day is slipped into her otherworldly buttermilk biscuits the next morning (when it's better anyway) with cheddar, a fried egg, and a healthy dousing of house gravy. Whether it's the tail end of a rough Friday night or the early start to your Saturday, the Miami Hangover is exactly what you need. Call ahead to see when it's available. — Todd Brock


12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving?

If you're like us, it's probably a breakfast sandwich of some sort. An egg and cheese, or a biscuit with sausage, or some avocado toast. Whatever your personal poison, breakfast sandwiches are the most wonderful gift to bleary-eyed souls before their first cup of coffee.

We reached out to Serious Eats contributors around the country and asked them, "what's your ultimate breakfast sandwich?" These are their answers.

Atlanta: The Miami Hangover at The Red Eyed Mule

Thou shalt always make enough meatloaf for leftovers. (Pretty sure that was the implied Eleventh Commandment.) It's one that Sabra Wood at the Red Eyed Mule follows, anyway, for her once-a-month breakfast special, the Miami Hangover. She doubles her mom's meatloaf recipe when she makes it from Certified Black Angus chuck on Thursday, lets the flavors intermingle overnight, smokes it low and slow on Friday over a cherry/pecan/hickory wood blend, pulls it at just medium and pink, and glazes it with chipotle barbecue sauce. What doesn't sell for lunch that day is slipped into her otherworldly buttermilk biscuits the next morning (when it's better anyway) with cheddar, a fried egg, and a healthy dousing of house gravy. Whether it's the tail end of a rough Friday night or the early start to your Saturday, the Miami Hangover is exactly what you need. Call ahead to see when it's available. — Todd Brock


12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving?

If you're like us, it's probably a breakfast sandwich of some sort. An egg and cheese, or a biscuit with sausage, or some avocado toast. Whatever your personal poison, breakfast sandwiches are the most wonderful gift to bleary-eyed souls before their first cup of coffee.

We reached out to Serious Eats contributors around the country and asked them, "what's your ultimate breakfast sandwich?" These are their answers.

Atlanta: The Miami Hangover at The Red Eyed Mule

Thou shalt always make enough meatloaf for leftovers. (Pretty sure that was the implied Eleventh Commandment.) It's one that Sabra Wood at the Red Eyed Mule follows, anyway, for her once-a-month breakfast special, the Miami Hangover. She doubles her mom's meatloaf recipe when she makes it from Certified Black Angus chuck on Thursday, lets the flavors intermingle overnight, smokes it low and slow on Friday over a cherry/pecan/hickory wood blend, pulls it at just medium and pink, and glazes it with chipotle barbecue sauce. What doesn't sell for lunch that day is slipped into her otherworldly buttermilk biscuits the next morning (when it's better anyway) with cheddar, a fried egg, and a healthy dousing of house gravy. Whether it's the tail end of a rough Friday night or the early start to your Saturday, the Miami Hangover is exactly what you need. Call ahead to see when it's available. — Todd Brock


12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving?

If you're like us, it's probably a breakfast sandwich of some sort. An egg and cheese, or a biscuit with sausage, or some avocado toast. Whatever your personal poison, breakfast sandwiches are the most wonderful gift to bleary-eyed souls before their first cup of coffee.

We reached out to Serious Eats contributors around the country and asked them, "what's your ultimate breakfast sandwich?" These are their answers.

Atlanta: The Miami Hangover at The Red Eyed Mule

Thou shalt always make enough meatloaf for leftovers. (Pretty sure that was the implied Eleventh Commandment.) It's one that Sabra Wood at the Red Eyed Mule follows, anyway, for her once-a-month breakfast special, the Miami Hangover. She doubles her mom's meatloaf recipe when she makes it from Certified Black Angus chuck on Thursday, lets the flavors intermingle overnight, smokes it low and slow on Friday over a cherry/pecan/hickory wood blend, pulls it at just medium and pink, and glazes it with chipotle barbecue sauce. What doesn't sell for lunch that day is slipped into her otherworldly buttermilk biscuits the next morning (when it's better anyway) with cheddar, a fried egg, and a healthy dousing of house gravy. Whether it's the tail end of a rough Friday night or the early start to your Saturday, the Miami Hangover is exactly what you need. Call ahead to see when it's available. — Todd Brock


12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving?

If you're like us, it's probably a breakfast sandwich of some sort. An egg and cheese, or a biscuit with sausage, or some avocado toast. Whatever your personal poison, breakfast sandwiches are the most wonderful gift to bleary-eyed souls before their first cup of coffee.

We reached out to Serious Eats contributors around the country and asked them, "what's your ultimate breakfast sandwich?" These are their answers.

Atlanta: The Miami Hangover at The Red Eyed Mule

Thou shalt always make enough meatloaf for leftovers. (Pretty sure that was the implied Eleventh Commandment.) It's one that Sabra Wood at the Red Eyed Mule follows, anyway, for her once-a-month breakfast special, the Miami Hangover. She doubles her mom's meatloaf recipe when she makes it from Certified Black Angus chuck on Thursday, lets the flavors intermingle overnight, smokes it low and slow on Friday over a cherry/pecan/hickory wood blend, pulls it at just medium and pink, and glazes it with chipotle barbecue sauce. What doesn't sell for lunch that day is slipped into her otherworldly buttermilk biscuits the next morning (when it's better anyway) with cheddar, a fried egg, and a healthy dousing of house gravy. Whether it's the tail end of a rough Friday night or the early start to your Saturday, the Miami Hangover is exactly what you need. Call ahead to see when it's available. — Todd Brock


12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving?

If you're like us, it's probably a breakfast sandwich of some sort. An egg and cheese, or a biscuit with sausage, or some avocado toast. Whatever your personal poison, breakfast sandwiches are the most wonderful gift to bleary-eyed souls before their first cup of coffee.

We reached out to Serious Eats contributors around the country and asked them, "what's your ultimate breakfast sandwich?" These are their answers.

Atlanta: The Miami Hangover at The Red Eyed Mule

Thou shalt always make enough meatloaf for leftovers. (Pretty sure that was the implied Eleventh Commandment.) It's one that Sabra Wood at the Red Eyed Mule follows, anyway, for her once-a-month breakfast special, the Miami Hangover. She doubles her mom's meatloaf recipe when she makes it from Certified Black Angus chuck on Thursday, lets the flavors intermingle overnight, smokes it low and slow on Friday over a cherry/pecan/hickory wood blend, pulls it at just medium and pink, and glazes it with chipotle barbecue sauce. What doesn't sell for lunch that day is slipped into her otherworldly buttermilk biscuits the next morning (when it's better anyway) with cheddar, a fried egg, and a healthy dousing of house gravy. Whether it's the tail end of a rough Friday night or the early start to your Saturday, the Miami Hangover is exactly what you need. Call ahead to see when it's available. — Todd Brock


12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving?

If you're like us, it's probably a breakfast sandwich of some sort. An egg and cheese, or a biscuit with sausage, or some avocado toast. Whatever your personal poison, breakfast sandwiches are the most wonderful gift to bleary-eyed souls before their first cup of coffee.

We reached out to Serious Eats contributors around the country and asked them, "what's your ultimate breakfast sandwich?" These are their answers.

Atlanta: The Miami Hangover at The Red Eyed Mule

Thou shalt always make enough meatloaf for leftovers. (Pretty sure that was the implied Eleventh Commandment.) It's one that Sabra Wood at the Red Eyed Mule follows, anyway, for her once-a-month breakfast special, the Miami Hangover. She doubles her mom's meatloaf recipe when she makes it from Certified Black Angus chuck on Thursday, lets the flavors intermingle overnight, smokes it low and slow on Friday over a cherry/pecan/hickory wood blend, pulls it at just medium and pink, and glazes it with chipotle barbecue sauce. What doesn't sell for lunch that day is slipped into her otherworldly buttermilk biscuits the next morning (when it's better anyway) with cheddar, a fried egg, and a healthy dousing of house gravy. Whether it's the tail end of a rough Friday night or the early start to your Saturday, the Miami Hangover is exactly what you need. Call ahead to see when it's available. — Todd Brock


12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving?

If you're like us, it's probably a breakfast sandwich of some sort. An egg and cheese, or a biscuit with sausage, or some avocado toast. Whatever your personal poison, breakfast sandwiches are the most wonderful gift to bleary-eyed souls before their first cup of coffee.

We reached out to Serious Eats contributors around the country and asked them, "what's your ultimate breakfast sandwich?" These are their answers.

Atlanta: The Miami Hangover at The Red Eyed Mule

Thou shalt always make enough meatloaf for leftovers. (Pretty sure that was the implied Eleventh Commandment.) It's one that Sabra Wood at the Red Eyed Mule follows, anyway, for her once-a-month breakfast special, the Miami Hangover. She doubles her mom's meatloaf recipe when she makes it from Certified Black Angus chuck on Thursday, lets the flavors intermingle overnight, smokes it low and slow on Friday over a cherry/pecan/hickory wood blend, pulls it at just medium and pink, and glazes it with chipotle barbecue sauce. What doesn't sell for lunch that day is slipped into her otherworldly buttermilk biscuits the next morning (when it's better anyway) with cheddar, a fried egg, and a healthy dousing of house gravy. Whether it's the tail end of a rough Friday night or the early start to your Saturday, the Miami Hangover is exactly what you need. Call ahead to see when it's available. — Todd Brock


12 Must-Eat Breakfast Sandwiches Across America

Quick! You've just woken up. You regret having a salad for dinner. Maybe you're a little hungover. You're hungry. So what are you craving?

If you're like us, it's probably a breakfast sandwich of some sort. An egg and cheese, or a biscuit with sausage, or some avocado toast. Whatever your personal poison, breakfast sandwiches are the most wonderful gift to bleary-eyed souls before their first cup of coffee.

We reached out to Serious Eats contributors around the country and asked them, "what's your ultimate breakfast sandwich?" These are their answers.

Atlanta: The Miami Hangover at The Red Eyed Mule

Thou shalt always make enough meatloaf for leftovers. (Pretty sure that was the implied Eleventh Commandment.) It's one that Sabra Wood at the Red Eyed Mule follows, anyway, for her once-a-month breakfast special, the Miami Hangover. She doubles her mom's meatloaf recipe when she makes it from Certified Black Angus chuck on Thursday, lets the flavors intermingle overnight, smokes it low and slow on Friday over a cherry/pecan/hickory wood blend, pulls it at just medium and pink, and glazes it with chipotle barbecue sauce. What doesn't sell for lunch that day is slipped into her otherworldly buttermilk biscuits the next morning (when it's better anyway) with cheddar, a fried egg, and a healthy dousing of house gravy. Whether it's the tail end of a rough Friday night or the early start to your Saturday, the Miami Hangover is exactly what you need. Call ahead to see when it's available. — Todd Brock


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