Since we were in a new area for us, we tried a few different places for breakfast. After trying Snooze, we couldn't stop talking about the dishes we had there... and had to go back on our last morning to get another taste to keep the good food memories alive! We loved their retro decor and fun atmosphere.
The have a whole slew of Eggs Benedict Dishes... and you can pick 2 different styles when you order then, so of course, I had to do that both mornings where went there. I absolutely loved, the Bella! Bella! Benny - the balsamic glaze on it took it right over-the-top in the flavor department. I also enjoyed the more traditional Benny Goodman Benny (which is not in the photo below) - can't beat a breakfast that includes lox! The more traditional Eggs Benedict had ham and a the more traditional Hollandaise sauce and was truly hard to stop eating. Thank goodess calories don't count on vacation!
Both my husband and oldest enjoyed the Breakfast Pot Pie (see below)... true comfort food but for breakfast! Kind of a breakfast version of chicken pot pie. It is served in a puff pastry crust and topped with an egg any style you like... they opted for sunny side up since it would add the extra yummy egg yolk running through it. Let's just say, mouths are watering just remembering this one!
I didn't get a photo of the OMG! French Toast, but between the strawberries and salted caramel it was seriously addictive.
Another option you have is to select the "Flight of Pancakes" - of course, my youngest went with all chocolate chip pancakes, but you have a nice variety to choose from... and they run special one's every once in awhile. Our server even brought us over the cinnamon roll pancakes to try... and, let's just say it was a good thing we shared that one because it was beyond incredible!
We would highly recommend going to Snooze if you are in California, but they also have locations in both Arizona and Colorado if you happen to be traveling that way instead.
I would recommend getting up early to get there as they do get very busy (no reservations) and you might have to wait up to 30-40 minutes for a table. Everyone seems to take their time enjoying the food and time with their family or friends.
Snooze, an A.M. Eatery
3940 Fifth Avenue
San Diego, California
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