Favorite Mesa Breakfast Restaurants
Looking for a great new breakfast spot to take the family this weekend? With our personal injury law firm in Mesa we eat out for breakfast a lot and we’ve got you covered. Here are some great breakfast places right here in Mesa that’s got something for everyone:
The basis of Crackers & Co has been creating great meals “from scratch cooking.” Before the days of smartphones and internet, the only way you’d know about Crackers & Co is through word of mouth, which has served them well. Open since 1984, they’ve stuck to the high standards that make their food so amazing, bringing them acclaim from customers, food critics and local media. You can visit them at any of their three locations. For hours and directions, go to crackersandcompanycafe.com.
Back in 1985, Thom and Kathy Coker opened a small breakfast eatery on Alma School Road. Since then, they have propelled it to a top-rated restaurant, serving breakfast, lunch and brunch to the citizens of Mesa from traditional family recipies made from scratch. T.C. Eggington’s goes through a lot of eggs, too. They transform over 8,000 eggs into delicious breakfast entrees on a weekly basis. If you’re feeling adventurous, try their O’Pear Grenache! Find them at 1660 South Alma School Road or visit their website at tcegg.com
Back in July of 2013, Cafe 8 opened its doors here in Mesa. The small eatery that looks like a European bistro prides itself on using fresh ingredients, organic fruits and veggies, and organic grass fed meats to make genuinely wholesome food. On top of that, Cafe 8 boasts an extensive gluten-free menu, including pies and cakes in their dessert case. Tucked in the corner of the Sprouts plaza at Southern Avenue and Higley Road, the eatery is small (it sits about 20 people) and boasts a vibrant color scheme. When you’re headed there, be prepared to eat. The dining room is small, but the portions are big! While you’re there, try the Saints and Sinners French Toast. Check them out at cafe8az.com.