Sunday, December 9, 2012

Blue's Egg Diner

My good friend, Meta, and I needed a good ol' fashioned catching up. What better way to catch up than get breaky?

We went to the place that I always recommend for breakfast: 

Blue's Egg 

Blue's Egg is a modern twist to the diner classic. It is nestled in a strip in West Milwaukee almost in Wauwatosa.

While you wait you can sit at the bar and get yourself a Bloody or you can grab a coffee. As I needed to work after breakfast, I grabbed myself a cuppa joe.

Nail polish: Smush by Urban Outfitters

Once seated, after walking through the diner smattered with photos of Milwaukee architecture, a server will bring you grapes and the house made marmalade and butta.

If you ever talk to anyone about Blue's it is guaranteed that they will rave about the browns among the other breakfast options. 

To be a true diner you need to know how to serve browns and Blue's has it down. Stuffed browns.

Stuffed browns.

M had the onion and cheese stuffed browns.

She also had scrambled eggs, sausage, and wheat toast.

I had the Hoppel Poppel: Breakfast skillet with sausage, bacon, potatoes, spinach, and hollandaise served with pulled ham and cheese stuffed browns, and rye toast. 


We were obviously two happy campers. 

If you are not sure what you want when you go you should order the Egg Plate. For every Egg Plate ordered Blue's donates a dollar to a charity they have chosen for the month. This month's organization is the Boys and Girls Club of Milwaukee.

When you go, make sure you give yourself some time. They do not take reservations and it can get quite busy.

You do not want to rush the Blue's experience. Enjoy it. 

Blue's Egg

317 N. 76th St.
Milwaukee, Wi 53213

Sidenote: Don't want Breakfast? Check out Maxie's Southern Comfort, Blue's Egg's sister restaurant.

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