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Indulge at These Must-Try San Diego Breakfast spots

From fluffy pancakes to delicious scrambles, several local restaurants offer some of the tastiest San Diego breakfast dishes in town. Best of all, they provide convenient takeout. The best eateries near our Mission Valley apartments include:

Richard Walker’s Pancake House

A San Diego breakfast fixture since 2006, Richard Walker’s Pancake House serves your morning favorites. It’s known for offering large portions at prices that won’t break the bank. Try one of the baked pancakes. Created to order, they take about ten to twenty minutes to cook to perfection. Choices include Apple, German, and The Danish Harvest.

Cafe 222

In 1992, Terryl Gavre sold a screenplay and moved to San Diego. She used the money from the sale to open Cafe 222. Today, she’s one of the city’s most beloved restaurant owners. The eatery consistently gains attention from magazines and food critics, earning a feature on the Food Network’s The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Try the corned beef hash or the pumpkin waffles featured in Gourmet Magazine. Place an online order for pickup.

Broken Yolk Cafe

At the Broken Yolk Cafe, the motto is “Life Begins After Breakfast.” The San Diego breakfast eatery opened in Pacific Beach in 1979. It quickly became popular among locals and visitors alike, where the chefs create from-scratch meals from the finest ingredients. Their extensive menu keeps the offerings fresh and exciting. Customer favorites include the country skillets, Mile High omelets, and Betty’s Southern biscuits & gravy. Broken Yolk offers both pickup and delivery.

These San Diego breakfast restaurants are just a few of many foodie havens near West Park. Next on your list, try the city’s best burgers. If you’re searching for a place to call home, please contact us. We would love for you to see our pet-friendly apartments in San Diego firsthand.

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