When three eggs get mixed up with ham, jack cheese, scallions, tomato, and green pepper, they drop out of school and get in trouble with the law, unless you incarcerate them behind your tooth bars. With today's Groupon, get $20 worth of classic American breakfast and lunch for $10 at The Peach Café in Monrovia. The Peach Café's all-day breakfast menu is stuffed with pancakes, bacon, and omelettes, and the all-day lunch menu has fresh and healthy wraps, panini sandwiches, soups, and salads.
Breakfast favorites include buttermilk blueberry pancakes cooked with a touch of orange (5.95 for a half order), homemade cornbread ($2.25), and the breakfast panini sandwich with ham, scrambled eggs, bacon, tomato, pepper jack cheese, and a pesto spread ($10.95). The signature Peach omelet has ham, jack cheese, scallions, tomato, and green pepper ($9.95). All Peach Café's coffees (house, mild, and decaf, $2.35 by the brewed cup, or $13 by the pound) are roasted exclusively for the Peach, and almost all its muffins, brownies, cookies, and scones are homemade and baked fresh daily. If you're dining in the afternoon, try a chicken pesto salad with avocado, fresh and sun-dried tomatoes, and romaine lettuce ($10.95); or a grilled chicken club sandwich with avocado, bacon, tomato, and Peach's house-made pesto ($11.50). The Southwest wrap ($10.95) is made with turkey breast that's roasted onsite to palate-perfect flavor.
Peach Café is a cozy, lively space. The walls are hung with vibrant art created by a local artist, and the rich-hued lighting and décor brightens the dining room and makes the sun obsolete. Servers are experienced, friendly, and so attentive that they refilled your coffee three times while you were reading a short-story written by a second grade child-prodigy. Peach Café is open seven days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- The Peach is a real-deal breakfast and lunch spot. – Gayot
- You don't have to travel all the way to the Deep South to taste the delectable confections of the region. All you have to do is head over to Monrovia, whose small-town charm plays the perfect host to this breakfast-lunch menu – Pasadena Weekly