6 Hot Breakfasts to Try in 2021

Leah LeMoineJanuary 19, 2021
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Joe's Farm Grill. Photo credit Timothy Fox Photography.
Joe’s Farm Grill. Photo credit Timothy Fox Photography.

We don’t need an excuse to hit a local spot for our morning meal, but February is National Hot Breakfast Month, so…

Eggs Benedict
Customize your Benny to your stomach’s content at Daily Dose: topped with breakfast meats, veggies, avocado, smoked salmon, sirloin or crab cakes ($11.75+). dailydosegrill.com

Breakfast Burrito
Takeout breakfasts don’t get much better than burritos. Carnitas Way’s Wedge bursts with scrambled eggs, carnitas, Cajun potatoes, bacon, salsa, pico de gallo and avocado ($9). carnitasway.com

Shakshuka
The retooled Match Market & Bar at FOUND:RE Phoenix hotel offers stellar accompaniments with its eggs poached in spicy tomato gravy: lemony feta and cilantro pita ($12). matchphx.com

Pancakes
Blueberry pancakes are gussied up with lemon curd ($8.99) at Phoenix institution Joe’s Diner. A buttermilk short stack will set you back just $5.79. joesdineraz.com

Chicken and Waffles
Head to Joe’s Farm Grill and tuck in to a feast of Belgian waffles with butter and maple syrup topped with two fried chicken tenders dunked in maple-honey mustard ($12). joesfarmgrill.com

Denver Omelet
Sometimes only a classic will do. If you have a hankering for a solid omelet filled with green pepper, onion, ham and cheese ($10.99), Peoria Café’s got what you need. peoriacafe.com

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