Celebrate Your Love of Breakfast at These 5 Great West Valley Restaurants

Happy National Breakfast Week! Are you looking for an egg-tastic restaurant in the West Valley? Look no further — we found five great places to stop in for breakfast in the area! These places broke free of the restaurant chain mold and serve your favorite breakfast foods with delicious originality, along with great lunch menus. Whether you’re craving mouth-watering eggs benedict, gluten-free pancakes, or South-of-the-Border omelets, our list has you covered.


Archie's Deli

Taste the flavors of New York at Archie’s Deli in Surprise. This family-owned deli-style restaurant serves omelets, French toast and eggs all day long! Customer reviews recommend trying their delicious cheese blintzes – two traditional crepes filled with rich farm cheese that’s blended with honey, real vanilla and apricot preserves.

Learn more: http://www.archiesdeli.com/


Café 25:35

If you’re looking to liberate yourself from the shackles of a set menu, check out Café 25:35 in Buckeye. This restaurant — which offers country home-style items for breakfast — will change their options based on what customers request. “If you request it and we have the ingredients in house, we’ll make it for you,” said Café Sous Chef Harl Heydenreich. They offer a lot of flexibility with their menu, from old favorites to gluten-free, low-carb options.

Learn more: http://cafe2535.net/?page_id=53


Kiss the Cook

Have a hankering for some delicious pancakes? Then head over to Kiss the Cook restaurant in Glendale. Made from scratch each morning, these pancakes are made from Restaurant Owner Nancy Wallace’s grandmother’s recipe, which was featured in Bon Appetit Magazine. Have a taste for something else? Their menu features lots of other options — all made daily from scratch — including their very popular omelets, eggs benedict and mini muffin baskets.

Learn more: http://kissthecookrestaurant.com/


Oasis Bagels

Think you have to go all the way to New York for a truly delicious bagel? Think again! The bagel makers at Oasis Bagels went back to the old-fashioned way of making bagels, with hand-rolled, kettle-boiled, all-natural dough that’s made fresh daily without any preservatives. “The kettle boil gives the bagels that crispy exterior that people love,” said Owner Jamie Vanderver. “And the hand-chopped toppings give each bagel an unbeatable flavor.”

Learn more:  http://www.oasisbagels.com/


Park Cafe

Take your taste buds south of the border with the Latin-inspired menu at Park Cafe in Litchfield Park. While they also serve traditional breakfast fare, the Park Cafe is best known for its South-of-the Border options, including Southwest-style omelets with tomatillo sauce, and their chorizo eggs benedict, which comes with a chipotle hollandaise sauce. “If you’re looking for something authentically Mexican, you gotta come here,” said Manager Gilbert Morales.

Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/ParkCafeAZ


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