Not only did I marry a man that likes to eat breakfast, but I married a man that likes to cook breakfast too. Luckily, this has rubbed off on my kids and most weekends I don't even lift a finger in the kitchen before noon. (Except for maybe the clean up part)
My 13 year old has talked on occasion about how fun it would be to open a breakfast-all-day sort of cafe. He's been a master in the kitchen for as long as he could stand on a chair next to me and is even regularly bringing us weekend surprises like crepes, muffins, and a family tradition we call 'tomato eggs' - something that really needs more recognition than it's getting within the walls of our home. (We'll save that for another day)
Yeah, I really can't complain.
So, as you can imagine, as lovers of breakfast, we're also breakfast connoisseurs. In all reality, if I'm going to take my family out to eat, I'm partial to doing that first thing on a Saturday morning. There's something romantic and indulgent about going out to breakfast don't you think?
Needless to say, we're fairly familiar to what's available in our area, when it comes to the breakfast scene, so when anything new pops up, our 'breakfast sensors' have our interest peaked.
This past summer we met Old Towne Grill at the Taste of the Valley event at the Provo Riverwoods. (Quick note - if you haven't attended this in the past - be my date next year, okay?) I was drawn there because a friend of mine mentioned on Facebook that he was working there as a chef on the weekends. It just so happens, Old Towne Grill won "Best Taste of the Valley" even though they'd only been open a few days after their appearance at the event.
Don't you want to give these guys a high-five?
We indulged in the sliders they had available and stuck their restaurant on our list of places to visit regularly.
After a handful of experiences there, we learned that they were going to start opening for breakfast on Saturdays.
Sold. We were sold.
Did I mention the Orange-Infused French Toast and Chocolate Chip Pancakes, as much as you can possibly eat, for $5.99!
Don't take my word for it.
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