4 Breakfast Joints Worth Setting an Alarm For
We’re seeing dishes on breakfast menus that are as inventive as anything being served up for dinner. Below, four spots worth setting an alarm for.
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Dove’s Luncheonette, Chicago: Massive plates of Mexican-esque comfort food, Chicago soul on the stereo—we’re hooked on Dove’s elevated diner vibes. The Fried Oyster Omelet, filled with peppers, confit tomatoes, and cheese, has broken the old omelet wheel for good.
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Outerlands, San Francisco: Outerlands’ Cornbread Benedict is sure to revive the weariest of Eggs Benny eaters. Its take on the classic combines a fried egg, avocado, Cotija, rajas, and cilantro for a dish that strikes a brilliant balance between brunch decadence and Cali cool.
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Milktooth, Indianapolis: It’s not for nothing that this breakfast-and-brunch-only spot made it into our Hot 10. Inspired dishes like the Fried Mortadella Dutch Baby Pancake, topped with cheddar, chutney, and arugula, are enough to make a tasting menu blush.
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Tasty n Alder, Portland, OR: Sure, we love steak and eggs. But Tasty n Alder’s Pork Schnitzel—crispy, juicy pork crowned with a sunny egg, served alongside ham, Havarti, and braised cabbage—might just be the best thing to ever happen to us before noon.
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