Scottsdale Breakfast Restaurants: 7 Picks for Travelers
Located east of Phoenix, Scottsdale offers travelers a scenic desert retreat packed full of things to do. The city is known for golf, spas and natural attractions. However, with all the excitement comes the need to start each day feeling ready to explore. And there’s no better way to do so than enjoying a delicious breakfast. To feel energized, here are our top Scottsdale breakfast restaurants.
Top 7 Scottsdale Breakfast Restaurants to Start the Day
Butterfield’s Pancake House
Visit Butterfield’s Pancake House for some of the best pancakes in Scottsdale. Even better, they offer the menu all day, making breakfast an option into the afternoon.
In addition to full stacks of pancakes, diners choose from large platters, small bites and healthy selections. For something different, try a house specialty, such as the fried egg bagel sandwich and Mexican egg burrito. PS: Don’t forget to order a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice or grapefruit juice.
Butters Pancakes and Cafe
With a focus on local ingredients, Butters Pancakes and Cafe sources many items from bakers, butchers and farmers in the area. Butters has two locations in Scottsdale and offers indoor and outdoor seating.
The restaurant is part of the Butterfield’s restaurant family, so menus are similar and Butter’s serves breakfast until mid-afternoon. For something that’s filling and satisfies sweet cravings, try a stack of pancakes, waffles or French toast.
Not to be confused with the John Hughes classic, Breakfast Club (a.k.a. BC) resides in Old Town Scottsdale. This trendy spot serves signature plates and allows visitors to create their own dishes.
Egg lovers can’t miss omelets served with potatoes O-Brian and fresh fruit. Or try BC French toast covered in fresh berries, candied almonds, walnuts and powdered sugar. The Benedicts and granola also rank as popular favorites.
Get locally roasted coffee or fresh-brewed tea at Daily Dose. This top among our Scottsdale breakfast restaurants is locally owned and serves breakfast until 3 p.m.
On the menu, find traditional favorites such as omelets, Benedicts, breakfast bowls and sweets. Those looking for something different should try a specialty item. Options include breakfast burger, pigs in a bagel and hangover sandwich. Daily Dose also offers healthy foods, with gluten-free options.
Combining social dining and creative dishes, Hash Kitchen serves as a daytime restaurant and bar. In fact, it ranks among the largest bloody Mary bars in the state. In addition, diners rave about the food and atmosphere, which welcomes everyone to have fun and enjoy good company.
Specialties range from French toast bread pudding to biscuits and gravy with Italian sausage. However, hash dishes are the must-try here. Hash Kitchen offers eight different hashes topped with two eggs and a biscuit on the side. Pair breakfast with a bloody Mary, which guests can customize with over 40 craft toppings.
Snooze an AM Eatery
Snooze an AM Eatery focuses on serving delicious breakfast dishes and helping the community. The restaurant remains active in local neighborhoods and uses sustainable business practices.
In Scottsdale, customers find a menu with traditional items and in-house treats. For a hearty option, try breakfast pot pie, Snooze classic or Snooze spuds delux. Other options include Benedicts, sandwiches and sweets. They even have a pancake of the day.
Featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, family-owned Perk Eatery uses fresh, local and organic foods. Visitors find dozens of items on the menu – from simple egg dishes to griddle favorites.
Try the cowboy made with steak and eggs or the perk scramble with fire roasted red peppers. Other favorites include pancakes, corned-beef hash and breakfast enchiladas. In addition, a portion of Perk’s proceeds benefit local charities and organizations.
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