If you’re looking for a restaurant for breakfast and lunch with extensive options for both, you may want to try Scrambles Cafe.
The cafe, which opened its doors 20 years ago in 1999, is family owned and through its colorfully dressed servers, bright menus, and open layout, offers an inviting atmosphere that makes patrons feel like they are part of the family.
Tucked away in the Maricamp Square (3233 SE Maricamp Rd # 401) and adjacent to a martial arts studio, the cafe frequently has a long line outside on weekend mornings.
The variety of options at Scrambles can not go understated, as the restaurant offers two separate menus for breakfast and lunch, each boasting a list of choices to satisfy any visitor.
The restaurant draws its namesake from their signature dish: Three scrambled eggs mixed with cheese, vegetables, and meats including grilled chicken, ham and bacon.
Alongside the bevy of omelettes and scrambles, the cafe offers traditional favorites like pancakes and french toast, and even crepes.
They also boast a list of breakfast specials that includes biscuits and gravy, country fried steak, and spud skillets, which are grilled potatoes combined with a choice of ingredients and topped with melted cheese.
In addition to the many options available for breakfast, Scrambles has a lunch menu that contains nearly 50 items, including the a quiche luncheon, which is fresh-baked daily and served with a side of fruit and a petite garden salad.
The restaurant offers 10 different speciality sandwiches, more than a half-dozen burger varieties, and has healthier options like wraps, and soup and salad combinations.
Scrambles Cafe is open every day from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you are in the area and decide to stop by, share your photos and experiences with us in a comment below, a letter to the editor, or through Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter.
Visit the Scrambles Cafe website to read more about their restaurant or review their menu before your next trip.