The Best Breaksfast Places in Town

Mom always said to start the day with a good breakfast. It’s one of the most reasonable and filling meals if you’re dining out, so whether you’re going to work or hitting the slopes, you’d better get fueled up. There are some

great places in Park City for tasty comfort food, morning style.

The Eating Establishment at 317 Main is a cozy local’s favorite and easy to find, even if you haven’t had your coffee. Their tasty breakfast fare ranges from hearty classics  to fresh and light fruit dishes.

The Bridge Café and Grill by the Town Lift offers breakfast all day in case you want to sleep in. Try the delicious Brazilian omelet or Eggs Benedict with a specialty espresso. You’ll wake up.

Atticus Coffee Books & Teahouse is the perfect place to get your morning coffee, tea or espresso while cozying up with a book from their huge selection in their free Wi- Fi lounge. Try their breakfast burritos, bagels and homemade pastries at 738 Main.

Good Karma is a warm, inviting restaurant at 1782 Prospector Avenue. It has healthy alternatives along with traditional breakfast. Their Challah French Toast and Vegetarian Benedict are uniquely good.

Good Thymes is a casual spot at 1456 Newpark Blvd. They have heaping good plates of country style breakfasts and popular menu items like Smoked Salmon Scrambled Eggs, Huevos Rancheros and more. The cheese grits are yummy.

Pancake House in the Best Western on Landmark Drive has an all-you-can-eat buffet specializing in pancake creations or order from a full breakfast menu. Come hungry.

Squatters has standard favorites plus savory dishes like Eggs Florentine and Utah Scones. There are enough choices to suit anybody at its spacious location on 1900 Park Avenue.

Wasatch Bagel and Grill is known for their authentic bagels, boiled and baked every day of the year as well as their delicious burgers and sandwiches. A fast, casual grill, deli and coffee shop in one. Serving breakfast all day and open for lunch and dinner with views of the Pack City Mountain Resort.


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