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What's for Breakfast 

1) Sugar Shack Cafe

One spot along Main Street has remained a constant since 1967: The Sugar Shack. In addition to the breakfast burritos lineup, another popular dish on the bountiful breakfast menu is the Keppler’s special, a savory dish of scrambled eggs, bacon, tomato, avocado, and hollandaise on an English muffin. Opens at 6 am.

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2) Primo's Coffee, Acai King, & Sancho's Tacos

A longtime local favorite, Sancho's offers two of Huntington Beach's favorite things: a view of the surf and breakfast burritos (or order them as breakfast tacos). Grab a coffee at Primo's next door, which also serves donuts and breakfast sandwiches - including the "Cron Don" cronut breakfast sammy. Step up to the adjoining Acai King counter for a picture-perfect acai bowl. Primo's opens at 7 am. Acai King and Sancho's open at 8 am.

3) Bruxie

Waffle lovers rejoice! Bruxie on 5th Street serves up its sweet and savory breakfast waffle sandwiches all day long, including the nostalgic Green Eggs & Ham. Pair with their mind-blowing deep roast proprietary blend coffee. Opens at 9 am on weekdays, and at 8 am on Saturday and Sunday.

4) Bread Crumb Ohana Cafe

Eat your way to the islands at this small family-run Hawaiian cafe near Beach Boulevard and Garfield Avenue. An extensive breakfast menu features authentic favorites like Loco Moco, Hawaiian Bread French Toast, and Maui coffee. Opens at 7 am.

5) Mama's On 39

Mama knows best when it comes to breakfast, which is served all day at this casual family-friendly eatery near Beach Boulevard and Atlanta Avenue. Choose from classic comfort food favorites and healthy plates, to southern homestyle platters and daily bottomless mimosas. Wear your pajamas and score 20% off all food on weekends before 11 am Opens at 8:30 am.

 

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