There’s a fine line between breakfast and dessert, though the two rarely intersect. At Syrup, however, sometimes the two intertwine seamlessly, creating decadent, sweet breakfast treats that are sweet enough to induce a toothache. The Home Sweet Homa, a stack of five sweet potato pancakes drizzled with marshmallow cream and topped with pecans, is one such dish. A bite of the cakes – slightly crisped on the outside with a tender, moist crumb on the inside – is only heightened by the ooey-gooey marshmallow cream that runs down the sides. According to Syrup manager Torree McDowell, the “breakfast boutique’s” best-seller is the Morning Glory, a Belgian waffle topped with an egg prepared to order (though McDowell recommends scrambled), pecan-smoked bacon or crumbled sausage and shredded Tillamook cheddar cheese. Only open six months, Syrup has garnered quite the cult following. 123 E. Main St., Norman. 405.701.1143

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