Over Easy is the perfect place for classic breakfast dishes and tasty, refreshing, energizing juices. Over Easy offers several classic breakfasts like steak and eggs, French toast, and eggs Benedict. The ingredients are sourced from local artisans and farmers when possible, so you know your breakfast at Over Easy is fresh and helps the local economy. Pancake lovers are in for a treat at Over Easy, as you can choose from Strawberry Cheesecake Pancakes, Cinnamon Swirl, Blueberry Streusel and several other creative varieties.
Address and Phone Number: 28 S Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 471-2311
The folks at The Breakfast Club love their 80’s movies and all of the kitsch that comes with them. All of the dishes on the menu are named after 80’s songs, movies, and personalities, and honestly, ordering your food is half of the fun. The other half comes when it’s time to eat, so be sure to try ‘The Devil Went Down To Georgia,’ a French-toast croissant stuffed with bananas and chocolate.
Address and Phone Number: 11425 Black Forest Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80908 (719) 999-5351
Mountain Shadows is one of the quaintest restaurants in Colorado Springs. Located in a converted townhouse, Mountain Shadows serves up breakfast classics like french toast, pancakes, eggs and hash browns. If you are a fussy eater, then Mountain Shadows is the place for you, as the staff can fry your hash browns golden brown, extra crispy, a bit soft, or practically any way you’d like them. Mountain Shadows also has a few Mexican dishes on the menu, so try them out if you aren’t interested in pancakes or omelets.
Address and Phone Number: 2223 W Colorado Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (719) 633-2122
Western Omelette is Colorado Springs’ best Mexican breakfast spot. They serve huevos rancheros, chile relleno, and several other classic Mexican breakfasts alongside some more traditional plates. The Breakfast Chimichanga, stuffed with chorizo and eggs, is a like deep-fried breakfast burrito. Western Omelette also serves a few steaks and chops for breakfast, and if you are really hungry, you can have a half-pound bison steak with two silver dollar pancakes.
Address and Phone Number: 16 S Walnut St, Colorado Springs, CO 80905 (719) 636-2286
The Margarita at Pine Creek serves a wonderful brunch in a hard to beat setting. The staff at Margarita are determined that you have a good time, so do them a favor and make their job easier by ordering one of the breakfast cocktails. Our favorite is the Bacon Bloody Mary, made with spicy tomato juice and bacon infused vodka with a crispy strip on top. For food, try one of their creative egg dishes or an eggs Benedict. All dishes are served with a piece of Margarita’s moist, crumbly coffee cake.
Address and Phone Number: 7350 Pine Creek Rd, Colorado Springs, CO 80919 (719) 598-8667
Bacon and eggs not your style? Garden of the Gods Gourmet serves a vegan breakfast and brunch that will satisfy any vegetarian or vegan visiting Colorado Springs. Non-vegans will find something to love at Garden of the Gods as well, as they serve many classic breakfast dishes and simply have the option to make them vegan or not. Our favorite dish is the banana bread french toast, topped with honey almond butter and pure maple syrup.
Address and Phone Number: 410 S 26th St, Colorado Springs, CO 80904 (719) 471-2799