While I was in Minnesota my brother suggested we go to breakfast at just about the best breakfast place he had been to lately. He said it was about ten miles but would be well worth the trip. So we loaded up our mother and headed to Rockford and the Bridge Street Cafe.
The Bridge Street Cafe is a home-town cafe which is open for breakfast, starting at 6:00 AM (7:00 AM Sat & Sun) and open until 2:30 PM (3:00 PM Sat & Sun) and provides a nostalgic trip to a classic all American classic cafe.
Apparently downstairs of a Masonic Lodge the decor is pleasant. We were quickly greeted and asked if we wanted coffee or juice. We looked over the menu, my mother decided upon the “Breakfast Scramble” with breakfast potatoes (versa hash browns). Both my brother and I decided on “The Bridge Street Breakfast.” Three eggs, sausage, bacon, potatoes, and toast. Quite unusual, one of the options is French toast and both of us selected that as well as hash browns.
|The Bridge Street Breakfast|
|French Toast side with|
Bridge Street Breakfast
- Ambiance: 3 (70‘s vintage - a bit of home)
- Food: 4 (Excellent breakfast)
- Service: 4 (Friendly and timely)
- Price: 4 (Breakfast under $10 per person)
- Value: 4 (I will return whenever possible)
[My brother also reviewed the Bridge Street Cafe on Yelp.]