Breakfast is the best meal of the day. From pancakes to bacon to eggs, there is a breakfast dish for those who love sweets and those who love savory dishes. Omelets are perhaps one of the healthier choices when it comes to breakfast. High in protein, omelets are also versatile. Toss in some meat or some veggies and you’ll have a well-rounded breakfast feast. Here are the 6 best places to grab an omelet in Maine!
Nestled in a quaint 1860 brick Victorian building in the West End, Hot Suppa is a southern kitchen serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Hot Suppa has been named one of the best breakfast joints in Maine by Yankee Magazine and Bon Appetit Magazine. Their menu offers a customizable French-style omelette with your choice of ingredients and cheese. And don’t expect to find Kraft singles here. Hot Suppa uses local Pineland Farm cheese in their omelets.
Open year-round and named some of the “best breakfast” in New England by Yankee Magazine, the Home Kitchen Café is popular amongst the locals and tourists. Famous for their rich, buttery buns, the omelets at Home Kitchen Café are also brag worthy. All omelets are made with three farm fresh local eggs with a slice of toast. Choose from eight different options or create your own “homelet.”
Formerly known as Bintliff’s American Café, the Bayside American Café is known for having the “best brunch in Portland.” Both their breakfast and brunch menu have a variety of omelets on the menu. During brunch, you create your own custom omelet with three eggs and four ingredients from the very long list of exceptional ingredients.
Dysart’s is a longtime favorite truck stop. With two restaurants in Hermon and Bangor, you don’t have to go far to enjoy their extensive breakfast menu. All their omelets are made with three eggs and are served with a side of home fries, baked beans, or half a grapefruit. Choose from their “Top 10 Omelets” list or create your own.
Governor’s Restaurant & Bakery is a locally owned Maine chain restaurant with six locations across the state. Governor’s got its name from Leith Wadleigh’s favorite customer greeting, “Hi ya, Governor.” The menu has an omelet for everyone from meat lovers to veggie options.
The Maine Diner has served over seven million people and counting over its 30 years in business. Even Guy Fieri has spent some time in the kitchen here cooking up some of the customer favorites. Choose from a selection of omelets, including the famous lobster omelet, or create your own. You won’t be disappointed here.