The Best Breakfast Spots In Montgomery

Montgomery, Alabama | © Mark Brennan/Flickr
Montgomery, Alabama | © Mark Brennan/Flickr
Montgomery, Alabama, marries the country charm of the Deep South with the eclectic vibes of modern America. Nowhere is this more evident than in the city’s gastronomic line-up, which now pits lively little cafes against experimental fine-dining joints. There’s no shortage of good breakfast’s either: here’s our guide to the best brunch spots.
Montgomery, Alabama © Mark Brennan/Flickr

The Egg and I

The Egg and I is a unique breakfast and lunch restaurant. Each item on the menu is freshly prepared for breakfast, while the best options are coffee, freshly squeezed orange juice, egg Benedict, omelets, waffles, and pancakes.
Address & telephone number: The Egg and I, 2920 Zelda Rd, Montgomery, AL, USA, +1 334 277 0802

Shashy’s Bakery and Fine Foods

Bakery, Restaurant, French, Vegetarian, American, Cajun, Greek, Italian, Middle Eastern, Mexican, Moroccan, $$$
Shashy’s Bakery and Fine Foods presents Southern cuisine in a unique way. Jimmy Shashy, owner and founder, has a wide variety of cooking styles. This allows him to perfect breakfast, brunch, burgers, sandwiches, seafood, soul food, vegetarian, Cajun, French, Greek, Italian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, and Moroccan dishes all at the same time. Each entree is prepared in a way that is catered to individual customers and flavor bursts from every plate.
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Sinclair’s

Bistro, Restaurant, American, Vegetarian, Dessert
Sinclair’s is a friendly bistro that specializes in classic American dishes. The restaurant serves fish, salad, pasta, home-made desserts. The specialty is the tomato stack, which is a panko-covered tomato stacked with scallops, crab, tomato, and shrimp sauce.
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Farmers Market Cafe

Cafe, Market, Restaurant, American, Vegetarian, Fast Food
In the 1950s, Farmers Market Cafe was a place where farmers could sell their produce. In 1960, the Tucker family set up a small counter in two stalls and sold light breakfasts and lunches. These stalls were originally for the farmers to have food while selling. Five years later, the stalls expanded due to increasing demand. A cafeteria opened and included tables and chairs. In 1970, farmers began delivering to businesses, which made Farmers Market Cafe even more popular. The Tucker family sold the restaurant in the 1980s but it’s stood as a local hit ever since.
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The A&P Social

Deli, Restaurant, American, Vegetarian, Fast Food
The A&P Social is the perfect place to relax and savor magnificent Southern cuisine. Before becoming a restaurant, the A&P Social was a neighborhood store. Locals would find quality produce, meats, and baked goods here. The restaurant now pays homage to its roots by serving the same food in a comfortable establishment. Since becoming an eatery, it has updated classics, such as pimento cheese, deviled eggs, fried chicken, and collard greens, all of which come highly recommended.
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Jason’s Deli

Deli, Restaurant, Salad Bar, American, Vegetarian, Soup, $$$
Jason’s Deli serves fresh food with natural ingredients, making breakfasts here a real treat no matter the time of year. This restaurant treats both employees and customers as though they are family and is committed to helping its employees develop professionally.
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