As a business, we love to get out into our community. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite breakfast spots for our patients to check out.
233 Easton Road Horsham, PA 19044
Mark recommends Otto’s for breakfast. He says, “Looking for a nice place to go for an economic but excellent breakfast, try Otto of Horsham”. It is conveniently located ½ mile from the PA turnpike on N. Rt 611. It won’t disappoint! Breakfast specials are $4.99 which includes all the coffee and tea you can drink. Some of Mark’s favorites are the veggie omelet or a ham and cheese omelet. If you’re in the mood for something else the short stack or French toast comes highly recommended. They also have the old standby of Creamed chip beef on toast. The portions are huge, so you’ll be full for sure. Give it a try and tell them Mark sent you!
Maryannes Homestyle Cooking
1263 Woodbourne Rd, Levittown, PA 19057
Maryanne’s Homestyle Cooking has a down-to-earth, fun vibe with their retro Coca Cola memorabilia collection and their breakfast menu is a collection of comfort foods that will have you feel like you’re back in your childhood kitchen. They serve a variety of eggs benedict selections from classic to the Philly Benedict with scrapple. The pan fry breakfast pileups are stacked with savory breakfast favorites. If you have a sweet tooth, the Holy Cannoli french toast or waffle is a definite must-have. Make sure you go with an empty stomach because you’ll definitely need room for their huge portions. If you want a delicious meal, but don’t feel like eating in, you can also call for take-out starting at 6AM!
Garden of Eatin
964 Woodbourne Rd, Levittown, PA 19057
You are truly missing out if you haven’t been to Garden of Eatin for breakfast! Cozy seating areas, coupled with delicious seasonal specialties, and attentive staff make this the perfect breakfast stop that won’t break the bank. They’re open for breakfast 7 days a week. BONUS: on Sundays, you can head to the second floor for the Best of Bucks Sunday Brunch Buffet for your choice of made-to-order omelettes and waffles, meat from the carving station, pasta, and a ton of assorted salads. My first and favorite stop in the buffet is French toast with bananas foster topping and dollop of freshly made whipped cream. Monica says, “I am such a fan of their buffet that we hosted a private brunch for family the day after my wedding”.
C’est La Vie French Bakery & Café
20 S Main St, New Hope, PA 18938
Wandering around New Hope at any time of year is wonderful, and you’ll be bound to find something interesting. One of Elizabeth’s favorite places to stop is at C’est la vie French Bakery and Café. On a warm spring morning it is lovely to grab a croissant and a cup of coffee and sit on the deck overlooking the Delaware river. You too can enjoy listening to the birds or having a quiet conversation in this Bucks county gem! The inside is small, so this is a grab and go place for sure. We’ve enjoyed this spot many times but be sure to bring cash! Check out their facebook page for specials and updates.
400 2nd Street Pike “Hampton Square”, Southampton, PA 18966
Many a baby shower, bridal shower and other brunch has been hosted at this local legend. With space for a crowd, it is also a great option for a morning bite to eat. They have a full bar, so if your tastes run more towards a “Red Rooster” than a hazelnut cappuccino you’re in luck. We love the Breakfast B.O.R.’s – try the Roasta a try with eggs, sautéed and roasted veggies topped with melty cheese and gravy that soaks into the French baguette. Maggio’s has all the standard breakfast fare like Pigs in a Blanket and Monte Cristos and all type of Eggs Benedict. However, you won’t find a breakfast pizza on many other restaurant’s menus. Design your own with many choices of meats, veggies, and cheeses. If you hop onto their website, you can find a coupon for a buy one breakfast entrée and receive the second for $1.99. This is a big restaurant so you can often ask to be seated in a quieter section if needed or pull out your microphone or smartphone and join in the conversation with your table mates.
Langhorne Coffee House
102 South Bellevue Ave, Langhorne, PA 19047
Come early and grab a seat at the Langhorne Coffee House. Although small it is mighty good food, and excellent coffee. The staff winds their way around the small seating area with iPads to order, but the coffee is self service for standard joe with six different pots on most days. For espresso style drinks, order at the counter or with your waitress. You can take a mug or a to-go cup and refill as your caffeine needs require. In the winter, give the Half and Half a try – it is a filling cup or bowl of hot granola mixed with oatmeal with a side of milk and fresh fruit to mix in. It will keep you going for a hike in Tyler State Park. In the spring or summer, grab an outdoor table and bring Fido. Water bowls and dog leash tether are provided at the small tables on the side walk. The Bedrock Toast is a kid pleaser with Fruity Pebbles grilled into the lush Brioche based French toast. The wait is worth it, and the crowd is friendly. If you aren’t an early riser, they have some great savory options like the Cranny Wrap – a cranberry focused chicken salad wrap. Winner of 2019 Best of Bucks – Best Cafe