What's the Best Breakfast Spot in Arizona?
July 10, 2017 at 5:06 am
Pancakes at The Original Breakfast House | Via Facebook
The food blog Extra Crispy has released its list of the 51 best breakfast destinations in America — and a Phoenix restaurant is Arizona's representative.
The Original Breakfast House, located at 13623 N. 32nd Street, made the blog's ranking, which was published last month. The restaurant specializes in "unique and original twists on classic diner food," and breakfast selections include the El Paso omelet (which includes chorizo, green chiles and black beans), pancakes (made with a hint of lemon) and egg scrambles with Cheddar cheese and various meats.
Extra Crispy lauded the restaurant's "meaty eggs and omelets decked with linguica, Arizona beef, chicken-fried steak, ham, Spam, carnitas, or chili, as well as lovingly prepped pancakes and French toast with a bounty of fruity and sweet fillings and toppings."
"If you can't find your dream breakfast here, you just aren't trying hard enough," the site added.
The OBH has been in business since 2013 and also features a lunch menu. Its owner, John Stidham, had owned several restaurants in Northern California before retiring to the Valley in 2011.
Like any list of this nature, Extra Crispy's ranking is completely subjective. So, you tell us: What's the best place to get breakfast in Arizona? (A few of our favorites: Matt's Big Breakfast in Phoenix and Tempe, the Waffle Iron in Prescott and MartAnne's in Flagstaff.)