Best Breakfasts in the Pacific Northwest


A classic American breakfast dish with many savory varieties.  All benedicts are served on top of an open-faced English muffin with 2 soft-poached eggs, topped with creamy hollandaise sauce, and served with hashbrowns or seasonal fruit.

  • Eggs Benedict $9.95

The classic version served with slices of smoked Canadian bacon.

  • California Eggs Benedict $12.95

Nothing says California sunshine than crispy honey-cured bacon, fresh tomato slices, and toppings of buttery avocado.  May we suggest Tabasco sauce drizzle?

  • Veggie Eggs Benedict $9.95

We’re putting vegetables to delicious use!  A vegetarian-friendly benedict served with grilled tomato slices and fresh spinach.

  • Chorizo Eggs Benedict $9.95

Looking for a fast, spicy kick to your day?  Our recipe for this breakfast makes the most out of chorizo’s intense, smokey flavors.

  • Irish Benedict $10.95

Irish playwright John Millington Synge once wrote, “There is no language like the Irish for soothing and quieting.”  He might have been referring to the happy eating sounds from people eating hearty corn beef piled high on benedict.

  • Italian Benedict $10.95

Even Pavarotti could appreciate this delectable benedict of sweet Italian sausage and fresh spinach.  “One of the nicest things about life,” the famous tenor wrote in his autobiography, “is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating.”

  • Country Benedict $11.95

A simple, yet perfect blend of home-cooked goodness with country sausage gravy drizzled on top of country sausages.

  • Shrimp Florentine Benedict $11.95 (limited availability)

An appetizing “limited edition” breakfast that serves delectable bay shrimp and fresh spinach over benedict.  Rest easy, empty belly – help is on the way.

  • Salmon Lox Benedict $11.95 (limited availability)

Mark Twain declared that “Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside.”  Your breakfast companions, however, will probably declare no contest once they taste the Northwest salmon lox and capers atop this mouth-watering benedict.

One response to “Benedicts

  1. […] which are independently owned and operated. Patty’s specializes in breakfast. So much so that their Eggs Benedict have their OWN MENU. NINE different kinds, […]

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