Top 5 Breakfast Spots in Phoenix You’ll Love

    Top 5 Breakfast Spots in Phoenix

    We totally agree with those that say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And with our recommendations, it’s sure to be the most delicious meal of the day too!


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    1. Oink Café

    4326 E. Cactus Rd., Phoenix

    Advertising itself as a “home for everything bacon,” there’s no secret what this breakfast and lunch spot’s specialty is. Oink café boasts 8 different flavors of bacon and menu items that include a bacon-garnished Bloody Mary and an award-winning maple bacon donut. Locally-owned and operated, Oink serves fresh food made from scratch and offers patio dining for a relaxing, fun delicious breakfast experience. (Oh, and that maple bacon donut? You get one FREE on your birthday!) For hours and all locations, visit oinkcafe.com.

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    Matt’s Big Breakfast

    825 N. First St., Phoenix

    Featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, Matt’s Big Breakfast is a must-visit breakfast spot. Using high-quality, natural, and organic ingredients, Matt’s menu includes classic morning favorites like griddlecakes, omelets, waffles, and scrambles. For hours and all locations, visit mattsbigbreakfast.com.

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    Snooze

    825 N. First St., Phoenix

    One thing we love about Snooze – besides the breakfast burrito, of course – is the fact that one percent of sales from each Snooze location comes back into the community via in-kind donations and services like serving pancakes, tending to school gardens, and volunteering at food banks. Originally founded in Colorado, Snooze is now essential Phoenix-area dining. For hours and all locations, visit Snooze Eatery.

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    Original Breakfast House

    13623 N. 32nd St, Phoenix

    We just love this cozy little diner featuring classic comfort food with a little twist. What kind of a twist? Well, for one thing, they add fresh lemon zest to their pancake batter. Delicious! The staff is friendly, the coffee is locally roasted, the menu is varied, and the décor is fun and eclectic. For hours and more details, visit Original Breakfast House.

    Duza’s Kitchen

    2243 N. 12th St., Phoenix

    If you’re looking for something a little more non-traditional, check out Duza’s Kitchen, a casual joint with counter-style service, a spacious back patio – and even a vintage soda machine. Multicultural menu items include a pumpkin quinoa porridge, breakfast naan served with hummus, tzatziki, arugula, and prosciutto, crepes, and arepas. Duza’s also features a “lighter side” menu and plenty of vegetarian options for other dietary considerations. For hours and more details, visit duzaskitchen.com.

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