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What You'll Get
If snooze buttons were made of sausage links, it would be impossible to sleep through waking up. Today's Groupon squeezes reveilles out of the morning rooster with $15 worth of morning grub for $7 at the The Breakfast Joynt in Scottsdale. Air the Nyquil fumes out of your sheets and embrace the new day.
Gone are the days of breakfast nooks, alcoves, cubbyholes, and dens, because fashion-forward breakfasters only eat in joynts. The Breakfast Joynt dishes out freshly made sausage gravy, off-the-bone hams, off-the-pan cakes, and an extraordinarily pleasant staff dedicated to making your morning worth the recommended six- to eight-hour wait. Doors open at 6:30 a.m. each dawn and close at 2:30 p.m., while serving up the aromas and tastes of scrumptious sustenance in between. The light and tender textures of apple crepes ($5.95) join the chorus of Aunt Em's homestyle biscuits and gravy ($6.95) and the simple joys of steel-cut oatmeal with raisins and brown sugar ($3.95). Order an endless pot of coffee ($2.25) to keep you company as you return emails with complimentary WiFi. Boost your vitamin C level with a complimentary glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice when you use your Groupon Monday through Friday. If lunch is more your hour du jour, The Breakfast Joynt offers a pound and a quarter of fried pork-loin sandwich ($8.95), served on a bun likened to the size of a trash can lid.
A hearty breakfast brings to life all the rich colors and pleasant birdsongs of morning time, stirring ante meridiem amour in the hearts of devoted night-lovers. You'll positively blush with happiness when you discover that morning peeks its furry head up every single day of the week and always smells like maple syrup.
Metromix recommends The Breakfast Joynt, saying:
- This is serious start-your-day stuff, like chocolate-chip crepes, Swedish pancakes with ligonberries, Granny Smith apple-stuffed pancakes with vanilla-bean ice cream, home-style biscuits and gravy with country-fried steak and eggs, or corned-beef hash and eggs. Sure, owners David Phelps and Becky Mazzocco offer some health-conscious eats like six egg whites (yes, six) and whole-wheat toast, but why bother, when you can get a build your own three-egg omelet laden with ham off the bone and asparagus? – Carey Sweet, Metromix
- One of the best omelettes I have had with comfortable surroundings and relaxed & friendly service. Comfortable seats too… – rhay, Urbanspoon
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 10, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Not valid with other offers. Does not include gratuity. If redeemed Monday through Friday, get a complementary OJ. Delivery not included. Must use in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Breakfast Joynt
The Breakfast Joynt's chefs build their customizable three-egg omelets with 20 ingredients such as chorizo, blended mozzarella, and asparagus. Starting at 6:30 a.m. seven days a week, the culinary team whips up early morning staples such as four-cheese or spinach quiche and Swedish-style pancakes served with lingonberries. In the afternoon, cooks top burgers with mushrooms and Swiss cheese and pile BLT fixings onto toast rather than pushing them directly into your mouth. The restaurant's spacious, sunny dining room, which is equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi, frequently doubles as The Cooking Joynt, where longtime chefs Dave and Andy teach students the tricks of their trade.