Fan Favorites: Your Picks for the Best. Breakfast. Ever.
It was all about next-level takes on morning meals this week as both Food Network chefs and stars revealed sweet and savory picks like indulgent red velvet waffles and super-stuffed breakfast burritos on the premiere of Best. Breakfast. Ever. Fans, too, spoke up in favor of their most-mouthwatering breakfasts, as readers from coast to coast shared tales of coffee cakes with a view in California and fruity French toast in Atlanta, and showed over-the-top support for a certain spot in Chicago. Read on below for all of the details.
The breakfast scene in the Windy City appears to be alive and well, as several viewers declared Meli Cafe to be among their picks for the ultimate morning meal. M writes that they have "outstanding pancakes," while Chris says simply, "Don't even start me on their skirt steak and eggs."
Chicago fans weren't the only ones to speak up; the showing in California proved to be mighty as well. In the Los Angeles area, readers in Chino Hills, Glendora and Lancaster spoke of local spots near and dear to them.
In northern California, Petaluma's Two-Niner Diner offers both food and view, according to Kori.
In New York, it's not the bagels that wow Craig, but rather the bialys.
Check out the sound of Greater Atlanta's Flying Biscuit. Mary writes highly of both savory and sweet selects there.
At Breakfast Club in Brighton, Mich., the French toast is anything but ordinary, as Carmen explains it turns out to be "about 4-5 inches high."
Though Colorado may not be known for its Southern-style cuisine, in Leadville, Colo., it's all about the biscuits and gravy at The Golden Burro.