Today’s breakfast was on the East side of town. Juan in a Million is a Tex-Mex Restaurant that opened in 1980 on East Cesar Chavez, and is still going strong. I ordered from the breakfast menu and chose the Con Queso Breakfast which includes “Two eggs served any stle with queso, carne guisada, refried beans, potatoes and two flour tortillas”. I’m pretty sure this is a healthy way to start your day…
Cisco’s Restaurant is an Austin institution, having served breakfast on the East Side for more than 50 years. Their migas are some of my favorite in all of Austin.
It is Sunday, so of course I was off to a lazy, late start to my day. Lucky for me, Blue Dahlia Bistro serves breakfast all day. I couldn’t pass up the “French Crepes w/ Vermont maple syrup & Ghirardelli chocolate sauce and berries.” And to add to my chocolate fix for the day, I slurped down the Peppermint Mocha. The restaurant is located on a small hill on the East side of Downtown Austin and there is a nice view of the Capitol Dome from this area. There is a patio on the front and the back of the restaurant, and today there was a cool accordion player to set a nice, relaxing mood. Check it out if you get the chance.
My breakfast today while walking around the Clarksville Historic District was at Galaxy Cafe. I selected the build your own breakfast wrap, and my three ingredients of choice were Canadian bacon, potatoes, and baby spinach. This place is pretty yummy.
The bee’s breakfast was much calmer than mine, but mine was tastier. I had the English Caramel tea at the Steeping Room (Lamar Location), along with some items from the brunch menu. If you come here, come early, because this place is busy and popular in the neighborhood. By the way Mr. Bee, I win!
I am traveling again today, so I needed a hearty (but late) breakfast. The Buffalo Cafe in Whitefish, Montana was the perfect place. I ordered Joe’s omelette – check out the menu on their website – and it was excellent.