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Milwaukee Area Breakfast Sandwiches Part 3

I can’t believe how long it’s been since I wrote a blog about Milwaukee area breakfast sandwiches! I have so many to add – there will be a part four soon! Let’s get to the good stuff.

North Ave Grill

More bread that needs recognition: the ciabatta that this bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich is served on at North Ave Grill. It is beyond good. The ciabatta is as soft as a pillow on the inside but crispy on the outside. They use a hefty serving of cheese, too, and we can’t be upset about that.

The City Market Café

This is City Market’s “Scramble Sandwich” with bacon. It comes with a mixture of red bell peppers, green onions, eggs, and cheddar cheese. Most of the sandwiches I order do not have any veggies on them and let me tell you – it was a great addition. Made me feel a little bit healthier, too 😉

Fiddleheads Coffee

Fiddleheads has a special place in my heart, and I would love to try the rest of their breakfast sandwiches someday. What you see here is their “Toasted Bacon” sandwich that consists of bacon, egg, smoked gouda cheese, and zesty ranch mayo. Give me all the zest! Fiddleheads serves their breakfast sandwich on a classic English muffin; you can’t go wrong with that.

Bruegger's Bagels

Bruegger's may be a chain, but you can't deny that they have some of the best New York style bagels. I ordered the Western sandwich on an Everything Bagel with added avocado. It was a hefty sandwich, but so so satisfying. It is stacked high with egg, bacon, cheddar cheese, chipotle sauce, and a mix of onions with red and green pepper.

Hawthorne Coffee Roasters

I will be honest, I was a little confused when I entered Hawthorne Coffee Roasters. They do not have any sandwiches on their website, but when you go into the cafe, they have some pre-made in a cooler. They will warm it up for you! I chose the bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich on a bagel and ate it outside with an iced coffee. It was a fantastic start to my morning.


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