After the overwhelming response to Essential Breakfast Diners To Try In Tucson Volume One, creating volume two was the only reasonable next step.
Tucsonans loves their breakfast diners. And there are a lot of them. Here are 13 more.
3132 E Ajo Way
Don’t let the exterior fool you.
Just off I-10 on Ajo Way, the Ajo Cafe is serving up all the homemade comfort food that is signature to any breakfast diner.
For more information, visit Ajo Cafe on Facebook.
5416 E Pima Street
At Alice’s, don’t let the interior fool you. The place is decked out with Coca-Cola memorabilia, but…they serve Pepsi. They also have old-school diner cuisine and an assortment of breakfast classics.
For more information, visit Alice’s on Facebook.
All the Buzz Cafe
12985 N Oracle Road
Friendly staff, homemade baked goods and interesting decor. What more could you ask for from a local breakfast diner?
For more information, visit allthebuzzcafe.com.
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Bisbee Breakfast Club
4131 W Ina Road
The Bisbee transplant has quite a fan base in Tucson, particularly when it comes to the potato pancakes and seasonal waffle specials. The Big Kahuna, pictured above, includes a Belgian waffle with fresh strawberries, bananas, toasted coconut, whipped cream and shark cookies.
For more information, visit bisbeebreakfastclub.com.
Claire’s Cafe and Art Gallery
16140 N Oracle Road
Claire’s is hailed for its warm and welcoming environment, fostered by the friendly and gracious owner. Guests can enjoy all day breakfast while surrounded by original art.
For more information, visit clairescafe.net.
Crying Onion Cafe
3684 W Orange Grove Road
For sweet potato pancakes and a slice of homemade coffee cake with your meal, the Crying Onion is your northside spot.
For more information, visit Crying Onion Cafe on Facebook.
The Egg Connection
3114 E Fort Lowell Road
Proudly proclaiming themselves “Tucson’s Premier Breakfast Establishment”, Egg Connection begins welcoming guests at 6am to enjoy a traditional diner breakfast. Including eggs, of course.
For more information, visit theeggconnection.com.
Good Day Cafe
5683 E Speedway Boulevard
Though perhaps better known for their burger selection, the Good Day Cafe offers up hefty portions of your favorite breakfast classics.
For more information, visit Good Day Cafe on Facebook.
1114 S Sarnoff Drive
Regulars rave about the chicken fried steak, large pancakes and assortment of starchy sides. Take your pick from thick sourdough toast, grits, tater tots, hash browns or home fries.
For more information, visit Happy Rooster on Facebook.
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Joe’s Pancake House
2532 S Kolb Road
A true American diner, you can expect to walk out of Joe’s with a satisfied stomach, a full wallet and a friendly wave.
For more information, visit Joe’s Pancake House on Facebook.
Laverna’s Coffee Shop
220 S Plumer Avenue
Giant portions and hugely popular pancakes. This theme may be common amongst Tucson’s diners, but Laverna’s carries it well. A wide-selection of add-ins, like pecans, cinnamon sugar, and bananas, for the pancakes sets Laverna’s apart, and means you can get creative with your breakfast choice.
For more information, visit Laverna’s Coffee Shop on Facebook.
Old Times Kafe
1485 W Prince Road
If you find yourself at Prince and I-10 before 2pm, with a desperate need for a big breakfast, Old Times Kafe has you covered.
For more information, visit Old Times Cafe on Facebook.
12142 N Rancho Vistoso Boulevard
Okay, technically Sahuaro Cafe is an Oro Valley joint, but everyone needs options. Also, Churro French Toast. Need I say more?
For more information, visit sahuarocafe.com.