Are you an Olympus Encantada resident who is searching for the perfect way to start off your day? Well, we have it. This week's blog features three, renowned Albuquerque restaurants that serve appetizing breakfasts.
Stop by one of these renowned, popular dining establishments for a hot meal.
The Grove Cafe & Market
The Grove Cafe & Market is an acclaimed restaurant located in Edo, an upscale Albuquerque neighborhood. Restaurateurs Jason and Lauren Greene founded the business in 2006. The cafe has received stellar ratings from The Guardian, The Huffington Post, The New York Times, and Bon Appétit.
The eatery has a charming, vibrant, relaxed atmosphere. Its spacious decor has a modern, elegant appeal. An open counter features fresh-baked cookies and confectionery treats.
Grove Cafe chefs only use simple, high-quality ingredients from local farmers for their dishes. Order one of the restaurant's signature plates for a delightful breakfast.
Select their sausage burrito, pancakes, or an organic, egg-white frittata. Try their signature breakfast sandwich made with scrambled eggs, lettuce, and tomatoes on a toasted English Muffin. The Grove Cafe also brews hot espressos, cappuccinos, and lattes for ardent coffee lovers. Their alcoholic spirits selection includes beer, wine, and mimosas.
If you cannot wake up in time for breakfast, don't worry. The establishment serves breakfast all day. The facility also has a small market that sells cookbooks, candies, fresh-made jams, and sweetbreads.
The Standard Diner is a downtown Albuquerque staple. Owners Matt, Cris, and Vince DiGregory opened the family-owned restaurant in 2006. The three brothers serve American comfort foods with unique, modern twists.
The facility has a clean, sophisticated, retro-urban feel that will appeal to the city's professional set.
All dishes are prepared with locally sourced, fresh ingredients.
Dive into their mouthwatering huevos rancheros made with stone-ground corn tortillas, chiles, white cheddar, and black beans.
Munch on their flavorful, three-egg breakfast burrito. Egg lovers might prefer their Rail Runner Special, or eggs served their favorite way. Flapjack stacks, waffles, and Ironed Biscuits and Gravy are also available.
The Range Cafe, The Standard Diner's sister restaurant, launched in 1992. In 1995, the original building burned down in a fire. One year later, owner Matt DiGregory re-opened its doors. Since then, the award-winning cafe has remained one of New Mexico's favorite spots.
The establishment's terracotta interior is a tasteful blend of American and Mexican decor. It has a stocked, full-service bar and a display featuring desserts. The cafe's casual, laid-back atmosphere is family friendly.
The restaurant's goal is to prepare ordinary food extraordinarily well. Palate-pleasing dishes include huevos rancheros made with two eggs, blue corn tortillas, white cheddar. The dish is served with range fires and pinto beans. Readers voted their huevos rancheros as the Best Dish in Albuquerque in the Weekly Alibi Reader's Poll.
Diners can feast on their Papas con Carne (made with chorizo, two eggs, range fries, and white cheddar cheese). The restaurant also serves an Eggs Benedict, a breakfast burrito, New Mexico Benny, and huevos con queso.
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