Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, providing morning nourishment by bridging the gap between the midnight snack and the traditional 10 a.m. office pig roast. Tide yourself over with today’s Groupon to Breakfast Joynt in Scottsdale. Choose between the following options:
- For $7, you get $15 worth of breakfast, brunch, and lunch fare.<p>
- For $22, you get breakfast, brunch, or lunch for four (up to a $45.52 total value). This meal for four includes the following:
- Four entrees (up to an $8.99 value each)
- Four bottomless coffees or sodas (a $2.39 value each)<p>
Open from the crack of dawn to early afternoon seven days a week, the chefs at Breakfast Joynt deliver a specialized menu of breakfast, lunch, and brunch fare. Eggs Benny Joynt-style ($8.99) make generous use of the restaurant’s signature ham off the bone over an english muffin and poached eggs, and the certified-Angus country-fried steak ($8.99) puts up its feet on an ottoman of hash browns before getting tucked into a blanket of homemade sausage gravy. Tear into a spinach or four-cheese quiche with fruit or hash browns ($8.99), or practice rounded vowels as you chew on swedish lingonberry pancakes ($5.99). Other lunch-oriented fare includes the build-your-own-burger ($8.99+), and the monte cristo ($7.99), luxuriating on a crispy davenport of egg-washed texas toast.
Though Breakfast Joynt sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
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.