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After a long day and night at the beach in Port Aransas, the search for a filling, hot breakfast in the morning can leave you feeling ravenous and ready to indulge.
I recently asked my followers on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram to tell me their favorite, can’t-miss breakfast hotspots and the responses confirmed what I expected… Port Aransas has some clear winner restaurants that offer a wide variety of hot, fresh meals to get you going in the morning.
Here are some popular favorites for breakfast in Port Aransas.
Top 5 Breakfast Spots in Port Aransas
San Juan Taqueria
410 Cut Off Rd.
Popular items on the menu include huevos rancheros, eggs Mexicana, huevos con chorizo, breakfast tacos and Migas.
301 South Alister St.
Breakfast favorites include French toast, or eggs and bacon with toast and hash browns.
Moby Dick’s Restaurant
517 South Alister St.
Popular breakfast plates are blueberry pancakes, or eggs and bacon with biscuits. It’s great for relaxed dining with a kid-friendly atmosphere. *Note: Moby Dick’s has suspended their breakfast service as of 2020. Call ahead if unsure.
2016 On The Beach Dr.
Popular dishes include the breakfast tacos, western omelette with hash browns, eggs and toast, and biscuits with sausage gravy.
Cancun Mexican Restaurant
1023 State Highway 361 at The Shops at Port A
Great spot for breakfast tacos and migas. This is a great location for large family groups, and they even have a quick drive-thru for grab and go breakfast.
Other great breakfast spots that you won’t want to miss…
- Head down to Coach’s Island Grill for breakfast to get the pancakes that “taste like birthday cake” in a quaint location with great service. Then come back for lunch for some delicious Philly cheese steak sandwiches. Delivery is available.
717 Tarpon St., 361-332-9686
- Venture out to Black Marlin Grill in Palmilla Beach on Sundays 8am-12pm for shrimp and grits with a poached egg, crab eggs benedict, or stuffed French toast with a beachside atmosphere.
258 Snapdragon, 361-749-4653
- And you certainly can’t miss the Donut Palace for the kolaches and of course, the variety of fresh doughnuts made daily. They only have a few small tables inside and picnic tables outside, so stop by early. The line may get long, but it moves fast.
604 N. Alister St., 361-749-2110