13 Of The Best Breakfast Spots In Upstate New York You Need To Visit At Least Once
Although breakfast may not be your favorite meal of the day, you know the importance of amazing restaurants to check out. Here's 13 places in Upstate New York you need to add to your routine.
Brief History Of Breakfast
According to BreakfastCereal.org, the concept of eating breakfast began in the Neolithic (late Stone Age) era, when large stones were used to grind grains to make a sort of porridge. Porridge was also a staple of Roman Soldiers’ diets.
Breakfast as we know it began in the early 19th century, when some middle-class men started to work regular hours in offices – prior to that people would often work for a few hours, then eat a meal at about 10am. Wives or kitchen staff would often serve these 19th century commuters a two-course meal that would often begin with a bowl of porridge. This would be followed by a full English breakfast: toast and eggs with bacon or fish. This style of meal wasn’t referred to as the ‘full English’ until the First World War when lighter breakfasts grew in popularity.
Where Do You Enjoy Breakfast Locally?
Omelettes, french toast, pancakes, bacon and sausage - there's nothing quite like a good breakfast to start your day. We have so many different restaurants here in the Mohawk Valley that serve all different kinds of meals, sometimes it's an overwhelming task to decide where to go when you want to go to breakfast.
From Utica to Rome, Barneveld to West Winfield, Holland Patent to Clinton, we asked all over social media for some of the best places. Looking for a wonderful place to go to breakfast? These are all great options.
You wanna know what's great about all of these places? They are locally owned and operated, so you're supporting real families and people here in our communities live their day to day lives.
If you have any others we should add to our list, let us know on our station app. Here's the full list of the top 13 recommendations:
13 of the Best Breakfast Spots in the Mohawk Valley You Need to Visit at Least Once