The Best Breakfast Burrito in Every State

Short Stack Eatery Madison, Wisconsin
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Whether you're in your home state or visiting a new one, it’s good to be on the lookout for a hearty breakfast spot, and breakfast burritos make substantial fuel for the day ahead. We've looked to expert critics and customer reviews to find the best place to eat a breakfast burrito in every state and Washington DC — your breakfast burrito search stops here.

Editor's note: This story was updated in July 2024


University Tacos and Burritos Birmingham
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Alabama: University Tacos and Burritos

Birmingham University Tacos and Burritos loyalists rave about huge breakfast burritos "filled with unbelievable amounts of meat" — and there are several options stuffed with steak, chicken, or chorizo to start your morning right. Egg, black beans, cheese, pico de gallo, spinach, and ranch potatoes round out a good deal.


Burrito Factory Anchorage
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Alaska: Burrito Factory

Anchorage  Don't let Burrito Factory's gas station location scare you away from the best breakfast burritos in Anchorage; they're definitely "not your average gas station burritos," says one Yelp reviewer. Fast and friendly service, fresh ingredients, and addictive breakfast burritos served all day make this hidden gem a local favorite. Grab a reindeer or Hawaiian ham and pineapple breakfast burrito for the road.


Barista Del Barrio Tucson
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Arizona: Barista Del Barrio

Tucson For top-notch breakfast burritos in Tucson, look no further than Barista Del Barrio. One Yelp reviewer says, "These breakfast burritos are out of this world and the absolute best we ate in all of Tucson." Fans highly recommend the homemade chorizo, but sausage and bacon breakfast burritos with hot salsa are also reportedly "to die for."


Mugs Cafe North Little Rock
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Arkansas: Mugs Cafe

North Little Rock Locals flock to Mugs Cafe, a relaxed breakfast and lunch spot in North Little Rock, for coffee and its renowned breakfast burrito. A huge hit with customers, it makes for a spicy and hearty start to the day with house-made chorizo, eggs, tomato, red onion, cilantro, and pepper jack cheese.


Cofax Coffee Shop Los Angeles
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California: Cofax Coffee Shop

Los Angeles Los Angeles locals will likely direct you to Cofax Coffee Shop for their favorite breakfast burrito in the city. One reviewer notes, "Cofax’s smoked potato concoction is one of the most inventive, and downright delicious, options in all of L.A." Depending on which adventure you choose, burritos are stuffed with scrambled eggs, jack cheese, and crispy, slow-smoked potatoes from its sister barbecue restaurant, and you can opt to fill it with pit-smoked pastrami, hot links, chorizo, bacon, or smoked veggies and avocado.


Bonfire Burritos Golden
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Colorado: Bonfire Burritos

Golden Much can be said about Colorado's breakfast burritos, particularly in Denver, but the best can be found at Bonfire Burritos in Golden. Their hefty, green chile-smothered breakfast burritos are a solid choice for locals and travelers about to hit the beautiful mountain trails nearby. Made-fresh variations include the "Javelina," which is stuffed with chorizo, pineapple, cotija cheese, diced jalapeño, and jalapeño-pineapple crema. One Yelp reviewer notes, "It's easy to carry to a park nearby to eat, but honestly too delicious to wait for that."

Cisco's American Breakfast & Mexican Cuisine Newington
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Connecticut: Cisco's American Breakfast & Mexican Cuisine

Newington  Tucked away in a small plaza, the family-run Cisco's American Breakfast & Mexican Cuisine could become a go-to morning spot for a breakfast burrito packed with diced ham, bacon, potatoes, and eggs topped with cheese and a mild, yet flavor-packed homemade green chili. Diners love the friendly waitstaff and authentic vibes at this inexpensive breakfast joint.

Agave Mexican Restaurant Lewes
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Delaware: Agave Mexican Restaurant

Lewes Near Lewes and Rehoboth beaches, Agave Mexican Restaurant turns out consistently delicious Mexican dishes, and the breakfast burrito is no exception. The tiny Latin American restaurant's tacos and margaritas regularly draw crowds, but until 3 p.m. the breakfast burrito, which packs in eggs, bacon, cheese, pico de gallo, and avocado, is the star of the show.

breakfast burrito in a styrofoam shell
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District of Columbia: El Piquin

This food stand serves breakfast all day, so you don't have to worry about missing out on the well-loved breakfast burrito. Not only are the burritos praised for size, the food quality also get a shout out.

a breakfast burrito on a plate
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Florida: Key West Cuban Coffee

Key West  Key West Cuban Coffee dishes up Cuban favorites, but doesn't overlook the Mexican burrito for breakfast. While the cafe con leche and the Cuban sandwich here get raves, Yelp reviewers say the breakfast burrito is "amazing" and "fresh and tasty."

El Tesoro Atlanta
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Georgia: El Tesoro

Atlanta Atlanta taqueria and coffee shop El Tesoro boasts "on point" breakfast tacos and burritos that attract crowds on weekends when they're on the menu. This spot serves up made-from-scratch Mexican fare and espresso beverages such as horchata iced lattes. Reasonably priced burrito offerings include the "Migas" (scrambled egg, queso chihuahua, Mexican-style corn, tortilla crumbs, and pico de gallo) and "Chorizo con Papas" (soy or pork chorizo, sweet potato, scrambled egg, onion, and queso cotija) rolled up in a fresh flour tortilla and griddled to perfection.

Kono's Northshore Haleiwa
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Hawaii: Kono's Northshore

Haleiwa  Before catching some waves, stop in at one of Hawaii's Kono's Northshore locations. The mini-chain, which started in Haleiwa, has developed a following for its "breakfast bombers" (aka burritos), which are loaded with slow-roasted Kalua pork, bacon, Portuguese sausage, potatoes, eggs, and cheese, and served alongside house-made salsa and a bevy of hot sauces. There are also vegetarian options, but you won't be disappointed with the "Chuns" breakfast bomber; as one reviewer says, "the Kalua pig was so tender and juicy and with the crunch from the bacon it all came together."

breakfast burrito under foil
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Idaho: El Chavo Taqueria

Boise This humble food truck might have the most authentic Mexican food in Boise, and reviewers rave about everything — including the breakfast burrito. While it's easy to be distracted by the menu of Mexican favorites, they say they "loved" the breakfast burrito.

Flo Chicago
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Illinois: Flo

Chicago Chicago brunch standout Flo treats city folks to a decadent, Southwestern-inspired weekend menu that includes its original brunch burrito (vegetarian) and smothered ranchero burrito (housemade chorizo; smothered in red or green chili) with fixings such as scrambled eggs, roasted poblano, pickled jalapeños, pico de gallo, black beans, cheddar cheese, guacamole, and sour cream folded into spinach tortillas. One Yelp reviewer declares, "They absolutely serve one of the best breakfast burritos in town."

Leonardo's Mexican Food Indianapolis
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Indiana: Leonardo's Mexican Food

Indianapolis The breakfast burritos at Leonardo's Mexican Food are so large, you can definitely share with a friend — or not. This underrated joint has a 24-hour drive-thru for tasty and affordable breakfast burritos served all day. One fan says, "The breakfast burrito here can go toe-to-toe with any burrito in the city," which means you should probably at least try the steak, egg, and cheese breakfast burrito.

Estela's Fresh Mex  Iowa City
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Iowa: Estela's Fresh Mex

Iowa City  Locals have plenty of options when it comes to the breakfast burrito menu selection at Estela's Fresh Mex. From traditional spicy chorizo and loaded bacon burritos to "The Iowan," an extra meaty mix of bacon, chorizo, and carnitas, and "The Buff," in which an 8-inch pancake with maple syrup wraps up eggs, cheese, bacon strips, potatoes, and pico de gallo in lieu of the homemade flour tortilla, there's quite a variety made fresh daily.

El Gordo Mexican Wichita
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Kansas: El Gordo Mexican

Wichita  The gargantuan breakfast burritos as the unassuming Wichita staple El Gordo Mexican are packed with potatoes, eggs, cheese, and any meat you could desire, such as steak, bacon, chorizo, and ham, in addition to side salsas and hot sauce for an extra kick. One reviewer says, "Amazing burrito stop! It doesn't look like much from the outside, but it's a great, inexpensive, fast food Mexican restaurant."


Con Huevos Louisville
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Kentucky: Con Huevos

Louisville  In Louisville, friendly staff at the intimate Con Huevos dish up the "Burrito de Mamá," a classic breakfast burrito with scrambled eggs, refried black beans, roasted bell peppers, onions, Oaxaca cheese, and a chipotle crema in a warm flour tortilla with a side of chilaquiles. Diners can add ham, bacon, or chorizo to their burrito. "They put their spin on traditional Mexican. Just love their breakfast burrito," says one admirer.

Juan's Flying Burrito New Orleans
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Louisiana: Juan's Flying Burrito

New Orleans "Loosely based on the San Francisco Mission-style burrito joints" of the 1980s and early '90s, Juan's Flying Burrito prides itself on using fresh ingredients and making its food to order. Their "breakfast burritos are a dream," according to one customer, and are on the menu full-time. You can order the breakfast burrito with bacon, scrambled eggs, potatoes, and cheddar jack cheese with green and red salsas anytime.

Dutch's Portland
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Maine: Dutch's

Portland   Portland breakfast and lunch destination Dutch's, a bright, counter-serve establishment in the central business district, has an extremely popular breakfast burrito that's available all day. It's stuffed with scrambled egg, cheddar, hash brown cubes, black beans, salsa, chimichurri, and sour cream wrapped in a steamed flour tortilla — but you should try it with sausage too.

Cocina Luchadoras Baltimore
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Maryland: Cocina Luchadoras

Baltimore    Cocina Luchadoras, a small, family-run Mexican restaurant in Baltimore, "makes a killer breakfast burrito" packed with rice, beans, cotija cheese, pico de gallo, sour cream, and your choice of meat or vegetable … from braised pork and steak to poblano peppers and grilled cactus to shrimp and Mahi Mahi fish to beef tongue. The home-style breakfast burrito is served all day.

 Angela's Cafe Boston
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Massachusetts: Angela's Cafe

Boston The original Angela's Cafe in Eagle Hill (a second location opened in Orient Heights) has played a vital role in the city's culinary landscape. The intimate neighborhood Mexican spot in East Boston serves fan favorites such as burritos, chilaquiles, and enchiladas with sauces and varying spice levels to pique your taste buds. The restaurant stuffs its breakfast burrito with scrambled eggs, peppers, onions, mozzarella, avocado, and sour cream — and late risers can rejoice since it's available until 3 p.m.

 Honey Bee La Colmena Detroit
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Michigan: Honey Bee La Colmena

Detroit Family owned and operated, Honey Bee La Colmena sells a high-quality selection of fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, seafood, and delicatessen goods, including a roster of exceptional breakfast burritos for take out until noon daily. Shoppers can snag chorizo and egg, "Bagley Street" (bacon, green pepper, onion, and egg), and "Corktown" (potato, green pepper, onion, and egg) burritos with hot or mild salsa to-go from the deli counter.

Minnesota: French Meadow Bakery and Cafe Minneapolis and St. Paul
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Minnesota: French Meadow Bakery and Cafe

Minneapolis and St. Paul  Locals keep coming back for the French Meadow Bakery and Cafe's hearty breakfast burrito. The Twin Cities hot spot, with locations in Minneapolis and St. Paul, crafts a mean breakfast burrito stuffed with scrambled eggs, house-made hash browns, cheddar, scallions, chipotle sour cream, and choice of chicken chorizo, bacon, bison sausage, or vegan sausage, wrapped in a flour tortilla, then blanketed in black bean chili.

Mississippi: Green Ghost Tacos Jackson and Ridgeland
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Mississippi: Green Ghost Tacos

Jackson and Ridgeland Mississippi hotspot Green Ghost Tacos prepares authentic Mexican dishes in small batches using fresh ingredients at its restaurants in Jackson and Ridgeland. Budget-friendly street tacos on Taco Tuesdays, homemade chips and fresh guacamole, and breakfast burritos — with fried eggs, chorizo, potatoes, tomatoes, onions, chihuahua queso, rice, and black beans — pack the flavor and bring in the locals.

Scott's Kitchen Kansas City, Missouri
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Missouri: Scott's Kitchen

Kansas City  Stop by Scott's Kitchen on your way to or from the Kansas City airport for legit, meaty delights such as barbecue ribs, pulled pork, brisket, burnt ends, and housemade chipotle ghost pepper jack smoked sausage. You can even start your day with barbecue in the form of a breakfast burrito packed with scrambled eggs, potatoes, cheese, and homemade salsa — and brisket, burnt ends, housemade chipotle ghost pepper sausage, chicken, pulled pork, or chorizo. "The burnt end breakfast burrito is the bomb," one customer says. Choose spicy barbecue sauce for an extra kick.


Rise and Shine Cafe Bozeman, Montana
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Montana: Rise and Shine Cafe

Bozeman  Rise and Shine Cafe has built its reputation on breakfast burritos, and there's a style for everyone. In addition to a surprise burrito of the week, the cafe showcases 10 solid options for adults and kids to kick off the morning, including the "Montana Redneck," a 10-inch flour tortilla filled with homemade sausage gravy, scrambled egg, hash browns, and cheddar cheese. Yelp reviewers deem it worthy: “OMG this place is a GEM! I had the Montana Redneck for breakfast. OFF THE CHARTS GOOD. Do yourself a favor, and don't miss this place.”

Abelardo’s Mexican Fresh Omaha, Nebraska
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Nebraska: Abelardo’s Mexican Fresh

Omaha Abelardo’s Mexican Fresh boasts the best breakfast burritos in the state of Nebraska. The chain, with locations across the state and now in Missouri, South Dakota, and Iowa, offers a number of all-day breakfast burritos stuffed with cheese, potatoes, and choice of meat or vegetables. The breakfast burrito with chorizo is especially good and the hash brown burrito swaps out the diced spuds for hash browns and includes egg, sausage, and bacon. One satisfied Yelp reviewer "Would HIGHLY recommend their breakfast burritos! Coming from San Diego, I expected to be disappointed, but boy did they deliver."

Mr. Mamas Breakfast and Lunch Las Vegas
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Nevada: Mr. Mamas Breakfast and Lunch

Las Vegas With its welcoming environment and home-cooked meals, the family-owned Mr. Mamas Breakfast and Lunch is a must-visit breakfast joint in Las Vegas. According to a local expert, "Mr. Mamas is the place to find stick-to-your-ribs, diner-style dishes for breakfast or lunch." Customers rave about the breakfast burrito loaded with bacon, sausage, or ham: "I had Mamas Breakfast Burrito with sausage and I have nothing but good things to say about it. The burrito was super filling and a perfect blend. The pico added just the right amount of spice. If you like a savory breakfast, this one is for you!"

The Bridge Cafe Manchester, New Hampshire
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New Hampshire: The Bridge Cafe

Manchester  Downtown's The Bridge Cafe has been rated one of the best coffee shops in New Hampshire for many years, but the low-key coffee joint serves more than just java. It's also a spot for breakfast burritos. According to Yelp reviewers: "I often find myself craving their breakfast burrito with eggs, potatoes, and cheese" and "I wanted a breakfast burrito. I used to get them all the time in Southern California, but hardly anyone has them out here. Cue the Bridge Cafe's awesomeness." Made fresh and pressed, the lineup of options includes classic egg, cheese, and potato and "The Supremo" with egg, cheese, potato, meat, and vegetables.

Tops Diner East Newark, New Jersey
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New Jersey: Tops Diner

East Newark  Family owned and operated since 1942, Tops Diner remains a staple for burgers, meatloaf, eggs Benedict, and breakfast burritos. Time Out deemed it one of the best diners in the country, and says "the food here is fresh, hot, and on-point." The breakfast burrito's grilled flour tortilla is packed with scrambled eggs, chorizo, jack and cheddar cheese, jalapeño, avocado, and fresh pico de gallo and is served with salsa verde and creme fraiche. One customer says it's "One of the best breakfast burritos I've ever had! So flavorful, and the burrito was huge!"


Tia Sophia’s Santa Fe, New Mexico
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New Mexico: Tia Sophia’s

Santa Fe The unpretentious, family-owned diner Tia Sophia’s, where the breakfast burrito is said to have been invented in 1975, still serves the same soul-satisfying dishes as when it opened. Food Network says, "Tia Sophia’s breakfast burrito makes for 'the perfect hearty breakfast.' Soft tortillas are stuffed with bacon and hash browns, smothered in melted cheese, and served with a poached egg on top." Breakfast burritos come with a choice of sausage, ham, bacon, or fried bologna (a local favorite). For added kick, order it "Christmas style" topped with extra-spicy red and green chili.

Downtown Bakery Cocina Mexicana New York
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New York: Downtown Bakery Cocina Mexicana

New York As one of the first spots in New York City to serve the beloved Texas-style breakfast tacos and burritos, Downtown Bakery Cocina Mexicana "easily rivals any of the West Coast joints" and offers "the absolute BEST breakfast burrito in NYC," diners say. The bare-bones East Village mainstay dishes up its own renditions, such as the burrito de papa with chunks of fried potatoes, scrambled eggs, jack cheese, and refried black beans, served up with a generous helping of smoky salsa and homemade hot sauce. Instead of Mexican chorizo, it's always used Italian fennel sausage — a nod to its initial history as an Italian bakery before it was taken over by a family of Mexican immigrants.

Sunny Point Cafe Asheville, North Carolina
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North Carolina: Sunny Point Cafe

Asheville One of the most popular eateries in Asheville, local favorite Sunny Point Cafe churns out delicious, farm-to-table comfort food with friendly service and outdoor seating that keeps visitors coming back for more. The hippie-chic, family-owned restaurant harvests fresh ingredients from its own on-site garden, steps from the kitchen. The yellow-brick cafe's "out of this world" breakfast burrito comes with chorizo or tofu chorizo, scrambled eggs, serrano peppers, peppers and onions, cheddar, red salsa, and cilantro crema and choice of side (we recommend the herbed spuds).

El Azteca Minot, North Dakota
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North Dakota: El Azteca

Minot   El Azteca owner Griselda Enriquez delivers her culture and flavorful recipes from Chihuahua, Mexico, and New Mexico. The family restaurant "specializes in authentic Mexican food on the go," including a lineup of the best made-from-scratch breakfast burritos in the state, served with New Mexico's famous red and green chili. The crowd-pleasing green chili burrito comes with green chili eggs, potatoes, sausage, and cheese and a Yelp reviewer from California says of the chorizo egg burrito: "These are the best chorizo breakfast burritos I have ever tasted."

Cuco's Taqueria Columbus, Ohio
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Ohio: Cuco's Taqueria

Columbus  Cuco's Taqueria started as a small Mexican market and taco stand and is now a full-service neighborhood restaurant serving fresh, authentic Mexican cuisine. It serves breakfast daily until 3 p.m., and favorite dishes include huevos rancheros and a traditional breakfast burrito with chorizo, eggs, potatoes, and cheese with pico de gallo and sour cream. One Yelp reviewer says, "Stopped in for the breakfast burrito. Solid and delicious. Definitely a good choice for a quick breakfast!"

Cafe Kacao Oklahoma City
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Oklahoma: Cafe Kacao

Oklahoma City Latin American breakfast hotspot Cafe Kacao is "by far one of the best brunch and breakfasts you may experience in OKC," one diner says. The recipes have been passed down for generations and portions served here are huge, so it's best to come hungry or plan to share or take home leftovers. Smothered breakfast burritos include the breakfast cilantro burrito, burrito ranchero, and burrito Cubano. From another customer: "Highly recommend the breakfast burrito dish with carne asada with a warm cup of horchata latte."


MF Tasty Portland, Oregon
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Oregon: MF Tasty

Portland  Colorful, Portland-based food truck MF Tasty is a must-stop for foodies. Its ever-evolving secret Mexican-American menu includes tried-and-true staples such as quesadillas and the brunch burrito — a "breakfast burrito that puts all other burritos to shame." It's a fulfilling combination of fresh scrambled eggs, slow-cooked pinto beans, spiced potatoes, Oaxacan cheese, sour cream, and homemade salsas, in addition to your choice of smoked bacon or scratch-made chorizo. In other words, it's "cheesy, yummy, and grilled with perfect char."

Baby Loves Tacos Pittsburgh
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Pennsylvania: Baby Loves Tacos

Pittsburgh Pittsburgh's rustic taco joint Baby Loves Tacos offers an array of delicious vegan and meat-based burrito options, but it's the bacon, chorizo, or mushroom breakfast burrito that gets countless accolades and has a near-cult following. Follow along on social media to see where you can get their creative breakfast burrito takes — if they're not in rotation at the shop, they're bound to pop up elsewhere in the community. The Baby Loves Tacos outpost at KLVN Coffee carries breakfast burritos regularly, and options include a choice of bacon, chorizo, mushroom, or peppers and onions paired with rosemary garlic potatoes, eggs, jack cheese, avocado, cilantro, pico, hot sauce, and lime. One fan says "the breakfast burrito with bacon is the best burrito EVER!"


Tallulah's Taqueria Providence, Rhode Island
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Rhode Island: Tallulah's Taqueria

Providence  Locals head to Tallulah's Taqueria in Providence to satisfy their burrito cravings and are especially fond of the giant vegetarian breakfast burrito. Its base fillings cradled within a nicely toasted flour tortilla include eggs, potatoes, rice, black beans, onions, cilantro, queso fresco, guacamole, and salsa, but add-ons include more salsas and pickled radishes. One Yelp reviewer says, "I can't remember the last time I had this amazing of a breakfast burrito … Most definitely the best Mexican food in Providence."

The Taco Spot Charleston, South Carolina
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South Carolina: Taco Bartino

Charleston Taco Bartino evolved from the tiny, no-frills taqueria The Taco Spot — staying one of the few spots in the southern city that carries a mean breakfast burrito and will serve it up hot all day. The neighborhood taco shop's breakfast burrito comes with scrambled eggs, shredded cheese, home-fried potatoes, and a choice of salsa (house red or tomatillo verde) on a flour or whole wheat tortilla, and can get bacon, sausage, black beans, and/or tomato pico for a kick. One repeat customer says the sausage burrito with salsa verde is "the best breakfast burrito I've ever had. I get it almost weekly. You should too."

Jacky's Restaurant  Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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South Dakota: Jacky's Restaurant

Sioux FallsJacky's Restaurant serves wet or dry breakfast burritos, but opt for the wet: It's stuffed with scrambled eggs, beans, veggies, and meat (chorizo, al pastor, or steak), then smothered in green, red, or "Christmas" (green and red) sauce and melted cheese and garnished with sour cream and pickled carrots. You can add creamy or white cheese sauce.

Carreta Mount Juliet, Tennessee
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Tennessee: Carreta

Mount Juliet  Hole-in-the-wall Carreta's breakfast burrito menu runs the gamut from the standard bean and cheese to the supremely meaty machaca (slow-cooked, seasoned skirt steak with onions, peppers, and chilies). These made-to-order breakfast burritos at reasonable prices are legit: "Easily the best breakfast burrito I have ever had. I've lived in San Diego and San Antonio, and this place beats them all," one fan says.

La Cocina de Consuelo Austin, Texas
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Texas: La Cocina de Consuelo

Austin   Texas mornings were made for family-run La Cocina de Consuelo's breakfast burritos. Don't let the appearance fool you, the cozy joint turns out hugely flavorful, home-style breakfast burritos (until 11 a.m.) that customers often call too good to pass up. According to one Yelper, "The breakfast burritos are SO RIDICULOUSLY GOOD. They are huge, made to order, plenty of filling options, and both the tortillas and salsa are made in-house." Pick your tortilla (homemade flour, corn, or wheat) and savory combos such as migas, machacado, barbacoa, or build your own burrito with three ingredients.

Tacos La Pasadita Green River, Utah
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Utah: Tacos La Pasadita

Green River  Parked at an abandoned Shell gas station, the Tacos La Pasadita food truck is a hidden gem for authentic Mexican dishes. The friendly roadside taquería serves fresh and "unbelievably delicious" all-day breakfast burritos, tacos, tamales, and weekends-only menudo (pork and tomato stew). After ordering a ham, bacon, sausage, or chorizo breakfast burrito, grab some homemade salsa inside the converted gas station and dine at one of the picnic tables outside. It's worth the drive or at least a stop if you're passing through on Interstate 70 on the way to Arches National Park. Says one fan: "Legitimately one of the best breakfast burritos I've ever had in my entire life. If you ever pass through Green River, this place is an absolute must!"


The Skinny Pancake Burlington, Vermont
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Vermont: The Skinny Pancake

Burlington Vermont crêperie The Skinny Pancake loads its sweet and savory "skinny pancakes," paninis, poutines, and all-day breakfast burritos with locally sourced ingredients. In addition to waterfront patio dining, the restaurant has a "killer breakfast burrito and rocking bloody Mary." You'll find the savory breakfast burrito on the menu at Montpelier, Stowe, and Quechee locations too; its black bean medley, scrambled eggs, and Cabot cheddar are rolled in a scallion crepe and come with ranchero sauce and cilantro-lime sour cream.

La Mexicana Bakery & Taqueria Alexandria
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Virginia: La Mexicana Bakery & Taqueria

Alexandria  Coming in to La Mexicana in the morning makes it weird to shop its extensive array of desserts, but breakfast is also all-day at this mom-and-pop shop not far from Washington, D.C., where The Washingtonian says the entire menu of Mexican savories "isn’t to be missed." There's carne asada, pico de gallo, refried beans, melted cheese, and sour cream in the California burrito as well as eggs and crispy fries, which presents a problem whatever time you get it: leaving room for dessert.

Los Agaves Seattle
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Washington: Los Agaves

SeattleThe family-owned Los Agaves in in the bustling Pike Place Market selling a "heavenly zesty" chorizo breakfast burrito with fried eggs, fresh cheese, and spicy salsa; the meats are superbly spiced and tortillas are handmade. Yelp reviewer says, “It took some laps around the market to find this place but SO WORTH IT! Best breakfast burrito I've EVER had. I'm from Las Vegas, and this place tops anything I've had back home.”


Black Sheep Burrito and Brews Charleston and Huntington, West Virginia
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West Virginia: Black Sheep Burrito and Brews

Charleston and Huntington  The "mammoth and out of this world" breakfast burrito at Black Sheep Burrito and Brews incorporates chorizo or vegan garbanzo chorizo, scrambled egg, crispy fries, black beans, corn salsa, jack cheese, and a lime-Sriracha crema. The quirky gastropub's burrito is perhaps best paired with one of the refreshing and award-winning craft brews on tap from the restaurant's house brewery, Bad Shepherd Beer, out of Charleston.

Short Stack Eatery Madison, Wisconsin
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Wisconsin: Short Stack Eatery

Madison Downtown Madison's eccentric indie diner Short Stack Eatery prepares its all-breakfast menu from scratch with fresh, organic, and local ingredients. Served day and night, elevated breakfast favorites include the breakfast burrito with house-made chorizo (or sub in veggies), cage-free scrambled eggs, pepper jack cheese, black beans, and roasted potatoes, served with a heaping side of hash browns or mixed greens. One customer raves, "The breakfast burrito is the BOMB! House-made chorizo really sends it over the top."

The R&B Breakfast Club Cheyenne, Wyoming
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Wyoming: The R&B Breakfast Club

Cheyenne   The R&B Breakfast Club, self-proclaimed "The Home of the Breakfast Burrito," is certainly favored by locals for its legendary smothered breakfast burritos. The Elvis-themed hot spot buzzes with diners daily. On Wednesdays, there's a special with all-you-can-eat breakfast burritos. The famous hefty Rocky Mountain breakfast burrito folds eggs, hash browns, and choice meat: sausage, ham, or bacon (or all three if you'd like) into a tortilla, then it's smothered with green/red chili and topped with cheese. There are also chorizo, steak, German sausage, and vegetarian breakfast burritos available.

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