Ten Best Breakfast Places in Fort Lauderdale
8. Riverside Market
It's not often that you can find a good breakfast and a collection of hundreds of beers in one spiffed up convenience store setting, but the combo does exist. It's called Riverside Market. Tucked away in a residential neighborhood downtown, the spot is best known for its happy hour crowds of local craft beer geeks; however, it serves up one damned fine breakfast too. Breakfast sandwiches and oven-baked omelets -- also known as frittatas to some -- are offered in creative combinations, such as the über cheesy Ed Hardy with your choice of cheese; the latin-inspired 305 with tomatoes, onions, peppers, and homemade salsa; or the healthy Urban Garden, stockpiled with nutrient dense spinach, mushroom, and broccoli. All pair exceptionally well with the wide range of breakfast stouts -- just sayin'.
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7. Salsa Fiesta
Fast and fresh Mexican is probably not the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of good breakfast spots, but it should be -- hello, breakfast burritos anyone? Rather than go for your usual old eggs-over-easy, potatoes, bacon, and side of white toast, you would be wise to spice it up sometimes. You do know, variety is the spice of life, right? Here you'll find Mexican-inspired breakfast fare ranging from well-known huevos rancheros and breakfast burritos to gluten-free waffles made with almond flour and topped cinnamon sugar, mango, whipped cream, agave nectar syrup, and guava dipping sauce. It's the exotic way to start your day.
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