Santa Monica’s Blue Daisy Cafe Serve Up The Best Homemade Breakfast in Town

Santa Monica's Blue Daisy Cafe Serve Up The Best Homemade Breakfast in Town

Finding a place to eat where gluten-free organic food is served can be challenging if you do not know your neighborhood. It is a good thing that in Santa Monica, California, people are given a lot of options when it comes to restaurants, and one of the great ones is Blue Daisy Café.

Blue Daisy is considered by most people as one of their favorite places to eat breakfast because it serves not only delicious but also organic breakfast items and crepes, which is a great hit for those who are conscious about what they eat. Their crepes can either be sweet or savory, so you can have one on its own or as a dessert after a filling meal.

The goodness even lasts the whole day, until dinner, as Blue Daisy is also known to serve homemade meals that are freshly made with only the best meats and freshest produce. They do not use ready-made sauces and dressings as they ensure that everything they serve is made from scratch.

Aside from the great food, Blue Daisy also serves organic coffee and espresso and has an extensive wine collection. They also have happy hours from 4:00 in the afternoon until 7:00 in the evening.

Brunch is the most popular time at Blue Daisy. Its beautiful back patio gets full of customers enjoying their delicious Bacon Bloody Mary’s, Mimosas, Bellinis or Sangrias. Blue Daisy serves breakfast and lunch from 8 am in the morning until 4 pm in the afternoon – every day.  Come early, the line is always long, especially on the weekend.

What to order

  • Breakfast / Brunch dish
    • Pancake Benedict with Bacon – 2 small pancakes topped with bacon, 2 poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, 2 zucchini hash browns and syrup (SO GOOD!)
    • Salmon Cake Scandia – toasted croissant with cream cheese spread, topped with 2 salmon cakes, 2 poached eggs, and hollandaise sauce
    • Croissant Bacon & Egg Sandwich – 2 eggs over hard, pepper jack cheese, bacon, avocado, tomatoes, arugula, green mix salad

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