Pittsburgh is a haven for some of the tastiest breakfast and brunch spots around tahn between Pamela’s Diner, Kelly O’s Diner, Square Café, Cherries Diner to Delucas and beyond. Here are a few places with delectable sandwiches to start your morning off right:
Established in 2006, Egg-R-Us has a long-standing relationship with its community in serving packed, classic breakfasts. Plus, they have an acclaimed breakfast sandwich known as the “Eggs-R-Us Almost Famous Breakfast Sandwich” topped with two farm-fresh eggs between grilled Italian bread with melted cheese. Add bacon, ham, hot sausage, or breakfast sausage, all for $7.99. If you love French toast, try the “French Toast Breakfast Sandwich” with two farm-fresh eggs, cheese, and choice of meat.
The Thyme Machine knows how to capture its growing Instagram audience with delectable, out-of-the-box (or food table in this instance) breakfast sandwiches. Located on 4613 Liberty Ave., grab-n-go with specialty sandwiches on Thursdays and Fridays from 8 a.m.-12 p.m. or 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Be sure to stop by for their weekend specials and try favorites like the Mortadella, topped with pistachio mortadella, cherry pepper mayo, provolone, fried marinated peppers and a fried egg on a poppy seed Kaiser. They also have mouthwatering veggie options. Best to get there early before they sell out!
Located on 600 Brookline Blvd, The Oak Hill Post has a biscuit craze worth crunching into with its breakfast sandwich. Enjoy a warm, buttery biscuit layered with fried egg, American cheese, sliced tomato, and fresh lettuce with the option of adding on avocado, bacon, sausage, fried chicken, smoked turkey or pork roll for $3. Breakfast and lunch are served Tuesdays-Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Established in 2020, Lola’s Eatery is a one-stop shop for some of the deliciously loaded breakfast sandwiches and specialty baked goods, to boot too. Order up a “The Hangover Cure,” or a “McSteamy,” which is a griddlecake sandwich with maple crystals, melted cheese, and scrambled egg with a sausage patty. Or try “The Taylor Gang” with Lola’s everything bagel, two fried eggs, two slices of American cheese, four slices of shipped-in “Taylor Ham,” served with a tangy sauce. There are more options here so be sure to bask in the brunch possibilities.
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