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What You'll Get
Breakfasts give humans a reason to get up in the morning, much like picturesque sunrises and overly emotive roosters. Rise and shine with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of home-style fare at Sandy's Country Junction in Clovis.
Sandy’s Country Junction’s friendly posse of hunger-busters shushes yelling bellies with a homemade menu of country-style breakfasts and lunches. Bountiful omelets sizzle from griddle to table, packed with swiss-laced bacon and avocado ($8.25); swigs of hot java ($1.50) shake palates out of early-morning stupors and give sippers enough mental focus to talk a dispirited gargoyle off a ledge. A platter of fluffy biscuits arrives pinned down by house-made country gravy ($3.75+), and wholesome hotcakes freckled with blueberries ($4.50+) come buoyed up with boot-shaped goblets of creamy buttermilk ($2.75). Lunchers can sidle up to a signature burger surrounded by french fries ($7), or break free of two-bun shackles with an open-faced patty topped with cheese-flecked chili ($7.50).
Inviting, clean, and overflowing with mouth-watering aromas, Sandy’s Country Junction's homespun décor complements its old-fashioned, down-home fare. Guests can cozy up to wooden tables for raucous family eating competitions or slide solo into a quiet booth to pen contemplative haikus inspired by the lava-lamp-esque antics of a root beer float ($3.75).
The Fine Print
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About Sandy's Country Junction
There are a few quick giveaways that designate Sandy's Country Junction as a true down-home restaurant. One is the western decor, complete with antiquated ads for iced tea and a statue of a cowboy atop a bucking bronco. Another is the service, which is replete with easy smiles. The menu is what truly cements the rustic vibe, though. Here, you can find beverages in two sizes: regular or boot. And if you opt for a boot of milk, you'll have to choose from standard milk, chocolate milk, or buttermilk, which is produced by cows who exclusively eat movie theatre popcorn.
The venue has been serving up breakfast and lunch in Clovis for nearly 20 years, enough time to develop a knack for country specialties. These include chicken-fried steak, biscuits with gravy, and more than 10 types of omelettes, which can arrive stuffed with fixings such as chili beans and chorizo. A large selection of afternoon dishes features sandwiches named after famous westerners. The Calamity Jane, for example, piles roast beef and jack cheese onto grilled sourdough. For kids, the kitchen preps junior quesadillas and dinosaur-shaped chicken nuggets.