What is your favorite restaurant for breakfast?

#21
Actually, I've never found "true" huevos rancheros" in Puerto Penasco. The closest I've found is "divorced eggs" or huevos divorciados. Typically, one egg is covered in salsa roja, while the other is covered in salsa verde. Sadly, this is NOT the same as red and green chile. :( So, as a Southern New Mexican I always take some frozen.
 

Roberto

Well Known Member
#22
Actually, I've never found "true" huevos rancheros" in Puerto Penasco. The closest I've found is "divorced eggs" or huevos divorciados. Typically, one egg is covered in salsa roja, while the other is covered in salsa verde. Sadly, this is NOT the same as red and green chile. :( So, as a Southern New Mexican I always take some frozen.
Good on you, I agree cannot beat New Mexican food. BTW I found Hatch green chiles in the can at the Michigan Market just off BJ near ity hall.
 

BeachyKeen

Well Known Member
#28
We decided to try Las Olas (very small hotel with restaurant, the one when you're coming into town , same side of the main street as Pollo Lucas but a few miles before with the picture of the wave on it) it was a pleasant surprise. Very clean very reasonably priced , had American type breakfast but kept the Mexican flavor & feel, had Mexican breakfast lots of good selection, I love finding hidden gems (it's not really hidden but not as well known as I think it should be)
 

BeachyKeen

Well Known Member
#30
We had one plate with eggs mixed w/ chorizo (each breakfast includes trimmings of beans, potatoes, and tortillas , delicious tortillas) that was enough for both my little girls to share and be very full, I had the plate with Eggs Divorciados with the red & green sauce & cheese over corn tortilla, with the trimmings, and a side of bacon. My hubby had shredded meat with eggs and the trimmings with a soda and the total before tip was.... $18!
 

ADR

Active Member
#31
We decided to try Las Olas (very small hotel with restaurant, the one when you're coming into town , same side of the main street as Pollo Lucas but a few miles before with the picture of the wave on it) it was a pleasant surprise. Very clean very reasonably priced , had American type breakfast but kept the Mexican flavor & feel, had Mexican breakfast lots of good selection, I love finding hidden gems (it's not really hidden but not as well known as I think it should be)
I eat there all the time for breakfast. It's near my house and always clean, inexpensive, and very friendly. Next door used to be a "chucky cheese" type place where kids could play games for tickets, and upstairs, adults could drink and play darts and pool. That part is gone, but Las Olas is worth a stop.
 

FULLBORE2

Junior Member
#33
I'll stick with Max's Café across from Peñasco del Sol for the bloody mary. Their hangover burrito is good. All their food is good. :)
We had breakfast at Max's Cafe, and everything was really good. Both Mexican and American style breakfasts were delicious, and the refried beans are excellent!
 

CJ*

Active Member
#35
CAPONES!!!! Started serving breakfast this year... it is fantastic and not expensive. They make about 8 different Eggs Benedicts ($7) and some great versions of classic breakfasts. Try the Drunken Donuts or Gran Marnier Waffles if you are a carb addict.... very very good!
 

CJ*

Active Member
#37
I hear Cholla Bay has a new oyster bar up the road from JJ's.
YEs! and it is awesome! We love it!!! Open Fri, Sat and Sun evenings.... closing for summer at some point. Get there so you can try it out. Currently it is BYOB as the liquor license isn't in yet... which is great. Bring a nice CA Chardonnay and enjoy the seafood!!!
 
Top