Phoenix Sunday Breakfast! 3 breakfast places for July

Amy Gerrish, Your local Live Play Guide

Amy’s Phoenix Breakfast spot for July

It’s July, it’s hot, and monsoon sticky. Nobody wants to cook breakfast. So why not venture out and try out a couple of spots.

Here are my 3 picks for breakfast in no particular order:


    Snooze an AM Eatery: This is one of my favorite breakfast places because, well, flavor. They put together a bunch of different types of eggs benedict with killer combinations of flavor. My favorite is:

    • Chili Verde Benedict (with the pulled pork)
      Green Chili sauced tortillas and melted cheese with your choice of slow cooked pulled pork or barbacoa style beef, topped with poached cage free eggs, green chili hollandaise, pico de gallo, and cotija cheese.
    • They have 5 locations around the valley. See their listing here: SNOOZE AN AM EATERY LISTING



    Harlow’s Cafe: This little cafe in Tempe made the list because they have HUGE (Bigly?) breakfast portions. If you have a monster appetite this is the breakfast spot for you. They have great Huevos Rancheros, Biscuits & Gravy, blueberry muffins, pancakes and a great dish called Eggs Maximillon.

    • Eggs Maximilian
      Flour tortilla topped with homemade hash browns, diced green chile, chopped onions, three large eggs (whipped and pan fried), topped with sour cream and their homemade salsa.
      They are located in Tempe near on W University, see their listing here: HARLOW’S CAFE LISTING



    The Place – Mike & Ronda’s: This spot made the list for it’s traditional breakfast and more bigly servings. You will not leave hungry! French toast with fruit & whipped cream is well YUM!.

    • All Breakfast Classics are served with 2 Eggs, Hash
      Browns, Diced Potatoes or Refried Beans and choice of:
      Biscuit & Gravy, Toast, Pancakes, Tortilla or Muffin of the Day
    • They are located on W Bell Road in Glendale, see their listing here: THE PLACE LISTING

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