Breakfast has been called many time, but in many places, it’s noted as the meal that starts your day on the right foot. As the “most important meal of the day,” research shows eating a salubrious and hearty breakfast can lower the risk of metabolic disorders and cardiovascular diseases. Though some effects are still unknown, is of large opinion that breakfast is favorable, especially in children.
The tradition of “breakfast” varies, depending on the area of world you live in, but in our area, breakfast comprises mostly of hot and cold cereals, yogurt, eggs, pancakes, waffles, and breakfast meats, including sausage, ham, and bacon. Bagels, doughnuts, and breakfast “sandwiches” and “burritos” are also popular.
And like any other meal, you don’t restrict yourself to the morning!
“Breakfast for dinner” is delicious and it encourages people to eat more Omega-3 fatty acids, and less Omega-6 fatty acids. Free-range and pasture raised eggs are some of the best foods to increase nutrient rich fats and proteins.
So, are you looking for breakfast foods for breakfast, lunch, or dinner?
These five spoon-rific breakfast hubs in Bellevue make any morning, day or night a little better!
Eques, located in downtown Bellevue, is inside the Hyatt Regency and the perfect place to test out your breakfast taste buds. It’s casual décor and high-end eats blend well with its traditional menu, complete with local and handcrafted ingredients.
Noted as “phenomenal” and gastropub-esque,” Lot No. 3 is part of the Heavy Restaurant Group, comprising several top eateries across the Seattle-Eastside area. Rustic and with Edison-inspired light fixtures, the inside is that industrial feel we’ve all come to love. Small and delicate fares create unique and beautiful plates to enjoy!
Not “just your classic coffee shop,” the 148th Ave Coffee Shop makes breakfast a fun experience. This spacious, tech-savvy hub is conveniently located at Bellevue College offer scrumptious panni, hot and cold beverages, pastries, bagels, and other breakfast eats!
Setting the “Eastside standard” since 1958, Chace’s Pancake Corral offers the small-town vibe near this bustling city. Hidden away on Bellevue Way Southeast, it’s ideally located in the heart of West Bellevue. You’ll find traditional breakfasts in this usually busy, one-room rambler!
Café Pogacha is located smack in the middle of Bellevue, and proves a wonderful breakfast out in the city. Their homemade menu offers a variety for breakfast and lunch, so you won’t have to worry if your family is split between favorites.
So, the next time you’re hankering for breakfast foods and not feeling up to cooking, try one of these delicious places on the Eastside!