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The Northern Pines Restaurant is a high-quality diner-like institution with almost too many options. If you are an egg lover you’ll enjoy the overstuffed omelets and the creative breakfast ‘mixers.’ If you tend to like sweeter dishes for breakfast, the cinnamon roll french toast is a favorite.
Address and Phone Number: 2200 E Butler Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86004 (928) 266-1929
La Bellavia Restaurant serves rustic plates alongside creative breakfast dishes, so whether you like a classic ham steak and scrambled eggs or a Mexican eggs benedict, you’ll find something to love at La Bellavia. La Bellavia offers several takes on the eggs benedict, with the most decadent being the St. Charles (sliced avocado with artichoke hearts, or the Neptune: King crab and jack cheese).
Address and Phone Number: 18 S Beaver St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (928) 774-8301
MartAnne’s also goes by the name MartAnne’s Burrito Palace and MartAnne’s Cafe, which is a bit confusing, but after you walk in and smell the best breakfast burrito in the Southwest you’ll know you’re right where you’re supposed to be. MartAnne’s is a Mexican spot that serves unmatched breakfast burritos and Mexican scrambles. Try to order something with their green chile sauce, as it is a local favorite.
Address and Phone Number: 112 Historic Rte 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (928) 773-4701
MIX is a trendy joint with a killer breakfast menu. Even if you don’t like pancakes or French toast for breakfast, we implore you to order one of their sweet items for the table. Our favorites are the Carrot Cake Pancake stack and the Upside Downer, a pineapple upside down pancake with buttery pineapple caramel. MIX also serves bloodies and mimosas, and if you come for weekend brunch, they’re only $2 with the purchase of an entree.
Address and Phone Number: 120 N Leroux St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (928) 774-8200
Brandy’s Restaurant & Bakery is a perfect spot for a nice long breakfast or brunch. The menu is pretty straightforward, complete with all of the classic breakfast dishes. The stand outs are the trout and eggs and the breakfast BLT. What really makes Brandy’s great are their espresso drinks and breakfast cocktails; with four types of mimosas, a breakfast mule and margarita you’ll be having a good time at Brandy’s.
Address and Phone Number: 1500 E Cedar Ave #40, Flagstaff, AZ 86004 (928) 779-2187
Hungry? Mike & Ronda’s serves huge portions of breakfast classics like steak and eggs or big fluffy pancakes. The staff will keep your coffee mug full and bring your bill promptly if you need to eat a quick breakfast. One of our favorite meals is the open faced breakfast biscuit sandwich.
Address and Phone Number: 21 S Milton Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001 (928) 774-7008
Country Host’s menu may be a tad limited, but it is a surefire place to get breakfast all day long, and if you’re a university student rolling out of bed at 1pm craving pancakes then that is very good news. Country Host has two locations in Flagstaff, one eastern and one western, but the quality doesn’t change between the two, both are top notch.
Address and Phone Number:2285 E Butler Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86004 (928) 774-1000