Flagstaff, while tightly-knit, offers a great selection of foods. While spending time in the city, it can be hard to pick just a few places to try out.
Whether you’re craving pancakes and waffles, a breakfast burrito, a smoothie bowl, or your typical steak and eggs, there’s certainly a spot for you.
One of the best things about Flag is everything is close together. So, if you’re looking to have breakfast in the heart of downtown or a little closer to the forest, there are options within a 15-minute drive or less.
Keep reading to learn about our favorite breakfast spots in Flagstaff!
Best Breakfast Restaurants in Flagstaff
- MartAnne’s Breakfast Palace
- Tourist Home All Day Café
- Over Easy
- Mike & Ronda’s The Place
- Macy’s European Coffeehouse & Bakery
- The Northern Pines Restaurant
- The Toasted Owl Cafe
- Morning Glory Cafe
- Brandy’s Cafe
- Lone Spur Cafe
- Biff’s Bagels
- The Crown Railroad Cafe
- Local Juicery
- Juice Pub & Eatery
- Silver Pine Restaurant and Bar
MartAnne’s Breakfast Palace
112 E Rte. 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 773-4701
Looking for a Mexican twist on your breakfast or brunch? MartAnne’s Burrito Palace is sure to satisfy your craving!
This family-owned restaurant was voted best breakfast in Flagstaff. MartAnne’s serves up authentic Mexican cuisine with enticing choices like chilaquiles, a wide variety of burritos, and even banana split french toast, if you have a sweet tooth.
They’re open until 8 pm, so if you’re looking to have breakfast for dinner, this is the place to go. Be sure to check out their Taco Tuesday special from 4 pm to 6 pm!
Tourist Home All Day Café
52 S San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 779-2811
Offering breakfast, lunch, and brunch, Tourist Home All Day Café is a popular spot to grab some delicious breakfast while in Flagstaff.
This “made from scratch” kitchen offers breakfast classics like pancakes and breakfast burritos, but also provides unique choices like the BBQ jackfruit sandwich, the Cuban sandwich, and the quinoa falafel wrap.
Don’t forget to try out a house made crueler or morning cocktail while you’re there!
2500 S Woodlands Village Blvd Suite #27, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 213-3410
In the mood for breakfast classics with a twist? Try out Over Easy.
With glowing reviews from Food Network and TLC, this breakfast spot is sure to satisfy your breakfast cravings.
Be sure to try out the banana nut french toast or the golden waffle dogs if you’re in an adventurous mood. And if you’re thirsty, don’t forget to grab a daytime cocktail!
Mike & Ronda’s The Place
21 S Milton Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-7008
If you’re more of a traditional breakfast eater, go ahead and try out Mike & Ronda’s The Place.
This restaurant’s menu offers all of your classic breakfast staples, and won’t disappoint. From waffles, to omelettes, to breakfast burritos you’ll definitely feel right at home.
Mike & Ronda’s is closed on Sundays, so don’t forget to stop by another day of the week!
Macy’s European Coffeehouse & Bakery
14 S Beaver St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-2243
Looking for a quick breakfast while in town? Macy’s is the way to go.
Voted Flagstaff’s best coffeehouse, Macy’s is a local business that provides the city with authentic coffee drinks. The Macy’s Special is especially popular among locals!
While you get your caffeine fix, be sure to check out the all vegetarian menu this restaurant offers. From breakfast sandwiches to biscuits and gravy, Macy’s has it all.
The Northern Pines Restaurant
2200 E Butler Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: (928) 266-1929
If you’re craving breakfast food after breakfast time, take a trip to The Northern Pines Restaurant.
This cozy restaurant is open until 10 pm and offers almost every breakfast food you could imagine. Northern Pines serves up everything from cinnamon roll french toast to tamales and enchiladas.
The restaurant is locally owned and the only location, so be sure to stop by!
The Toasted Owl Cafe
12 S Mikes Pike St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-5326
With a spacious outdoor seating area, The Toasted Owl Café is a great place to soak in the Flagstaff mountain air while you enjoy some breakfast.
This restaurant’s menu offers a unique blend of classic breakfast foods as well as vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options. While you’re there try out the almond cakes, build-your-own tacos, or breakfast tamales.
Don’t forget to sip on a bloody Mary or mimosa while you eat. Mimosas are only $3 every day and blood Marys are $8-$12!
Morning Glory Cafe
115 S San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-3705
Looking for a breakfast spot with lots of vegetarian and vegan options? Look no further, Morning Glory Cafe has got your back.
This restaurant offers a range of meat free and some dairy free breakfast options. Some selections are also gluten free, so it’s perfect for avoiding some common allergens.
Be sure to try out the blue corn porridge, tamale breakfast combo, or vegan smoothies!
18 S Beaver St, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: (928) 774-8301
Hidden away in the middle of downtown Flagstaff, Brandy’s Cafe is a cozy place to grab some breakfast.
With specialties like trout and eggs, the southwest vegan burrito, and Swedish oat pancakes, you won’t want to miss out on this restaurant.
Be sure to try a mimosa while you’re there, or try all four with a mimosa flight!
Lone Spur Cafe
1300 S Milton Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 440-5330
Looking for a western breakfast experience? Lone Spur Cafe is all things cowboy!
Inside is a cowboy themed dining area that will be sure to give you an authentic western feel.
This restaurant has a wide selection of breakfast foods to satisfy everyone’s hunger. Don’t forget to try the chicken and waffles, lone spur french toast, or cowboy benedict.
1 S Beaver St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 226-0424
If you’re craving a bagel while in Flagstaff, run on over to Biff’s Bagels to get your fix.
This family-run bagel shop offers homemade bagels, shmears, and pastries that you can’t pass up. Be sure o try out the green chile cheddar or raspberry cream cheese.
But, choosing just one bagel can be hard. Luckily, Biff’s offers a baker’s dozen of bagels for only $12.50!
The Crown Railroad Cafe
3300 W Historic Rte 66, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: (928) 592-5476
Feeling like a diner breakfast? Try out The Crown Railroad Cafe.
This restaurant offers classic American breakfast foods and has a unique interior with a running model train. Options include corned beef hash, enchiladas and eggs, and housemade menudo or posole (only available on Saturdays and Sundays).
Believe it or not, Crown Railroad Cafe even has 66 different omelette options for you to choose from!
601 Piccadilly Dr ste 85, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 440-5414
If you’re looking for some clean, healthy breakfast options, swing by Local Juicery.
Local Juicery offers a wide range of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free breakfast options that are based around super foods.
Try out their juice blends, breakfast bowls, or waffles while you stop in!
Juice Pub & Eatery
22 E Birch Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 440-3429
Another option for those looking for a healthy start to their morning is Juice Pub & Eatery.
This restaurant offers a wide selection of juices, smoothie bowls, toasts, salads and more.
Stop by for happy hour between 2 pm and 5 pm every day for 10% off smoothie bowls, smoothies, and juices!
Silver Pine Restaurant and Bar
2515 E Butler Ave, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: (928) 779-7950
Though located in the Little America Hotel, Silver Pine Restaurant and Bar is a popular breakfast location in Flagstaff.
This restaurant offers large breakfast combos like the American and the lumberjack, which are sure to fill you up! Also be sure to try out the cinnamon brioche french toast.
However, Little America recommends you make a reservation if you plan to visit Silver Pine.
Flagstaff may be a small town, but it’s got big-city energy with tons of amazing restaurants. If you’re in town for breakfast you can’t go wrong with one of the spots in our list.
Let us know in the comments if you’ve tried any of these great breakfast spots! Are there any we should add to our list?