Breakfast during the Week
What is your current favorite breakfast place that serves breakfast during the week and what is your favorite thing to get there? I love brioche french toast, fluffy butter milk pancakes, and waffles with strawberry and whipped cream. I like the cinnamon french toast at Isabela's Cantina in Pacific Beach; buttermilk pancakes-Cafe on Park, and vanilla french toast- Cavaillon.
14701 Via Bettona, Suite 200, San Diego, CA 92127
Depending on my mood for breakie food, I like The Cottage when I have time to relax and enjoy the moment, Kono's for the deal and a beach seat, Broken Yolk if I want to drink a lot of coffee and split an omelette, they're huge and Parkhouse Eatery.
The Mission in North Park: Plato verde con huevos.
Minh Ky in City Heights: Fish porridge with you tiao, iced Vietnamese coffee.
Parkhouse Eatery for their pumpkin pancakes or their chile/mozzarella/tomato scramble.
Cafe Chloe for their crepe lorraine.
K's Sandwiches for a chocolate croissant and Vietnamese iced coffee (good for road trips).
And, though I usually make my own at home, the chilaquiles at Super Cocina are so good!
721 9th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
3627 University Ave., San Diego, CA 92104
4574 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92116
Perry's Cafe for a greasy diner experience... eggs, hash browns, toast, and occasionally corned beef hash. Coffee's meh.
Original Pancake House... eggs, hash browns, toast, and occasionally pancakes. Coffee's fabulous.
The Mission for pancakes... nice and quiet on weekday mornings. Coffee is decent.
The Coffee Cup, La Jolla. Rosemary potatoes with eggs sunny-side up instead of scrambled. YUM.
1109 Wall St, La Jolla, CA 92037
Claire's on Cedros is a very reliable choice for breakfast or brunch on any day of the week, with a special advantage in the middle of the week as you can avoid the substantial weekend waits. It's on the North side of the Cedors Design District in Solana Beach, and is housed in the very first standalone restaurant to be LEEDS certified.