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Seven Breakfast Burritos to Demolish in the Twin Cities

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Never be hungry again
| Rebecca Slater/Eater Twin Cities

No dish rivals that of the burrito for convenience with it’s wrapped and portable nature. Fast being included in the word breakfast, a burrito is ideal for a busy morning, seemingly basic and utilitarian. In a curious twist of fate, these following Twin Cities Eateries will change the common perception and make you want to slow down and savor some of the best breakfast burritos the towns have to offer.

—by Nash Larson

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Colossal Cafe

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This burrito lives up to the establishment’s name, Colossal. With a refreshing twist on some staple ingredients, hungry patrons will find it filled with braised pork shoulder and pickled red onion. Find it at all three of the Colossal Cafe locations in Minneapolis, on Como and on Grand Avenue in Saint Paul.

Don’t skimp on the house hot sauce
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

The Bad Waitress

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Build a dream breakfast burrito here: eggs, cheese, and potatoes covered they give you the option of any two additional ingredients. A humble suggestion to start with the avocado and chorizo.

Inside The Bad Waitress Diner
The original Bad Waitress on Eat Street

French Meadow Bakery & Cafe

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The crunch from the house-made organic hash browns stands out amongst the generous helping of black bean chili that blanket’s it. Invest in your future and add the chicken chorizo.

Just a mess of breakfast
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

Sonora Grill

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The subtleties in this breakfast burrito are not subtleties at all. sofrito eggs, chihuahua cheese, and a palate cleanser of guajillo beans on the side. Good luck choosing between turkey chorizo, pork sausage, chicken, steak or even Canadian bacon.

Known for its tacos, Sonora Grill makes a serious entry into the Breakfast Burrito world

Hi-Lo Diner

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This quintessential diner experience is like stepping into the time capsule. Order Hi-Lo’s Tex- Mex Burrito packed with chorizo, seasoned sour cream, and crispy potato hash that takes this dish over-the-top.

The chroizo makes this breakfast burrito something special
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

The Tiny Diner

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Always expect plenty of options at Tiny Diner options. Patio or cozy inside sitting? Menu mainstay, or new dish paying homage to a geographical location? The breakfast burrito represents the best of all worlds, a menu mainstay that transports you south of the border when you add their red, white & green salsas: chipotle, creme, and salsa verde.

Saucy
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

Hot Plate

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Known for its unique menu items and eclectic dining area, Hot Plate provides both a vegetarian and chorizo option for their breakfast burrito. If you cannot decide, order the vegetarian and add chorizo, which arrives piled high on top.

Eater Scene: Hot Plate Diner in South Minneapolis at 9:30 am
Mega breakfast burrito
Rebecca Slater/Eater Twin Cities

Colossal Cafe

Don’t skimp on the house hot sauce
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

This burrito lives up to the establishment’s name, Colossal. With a refreshing twist on some staple ingredients, hungry patrons will find it filled with braised pork shoulder and pickled red onion. Find it at all three of the Colossal Cafe locations in Minneapolis, on Como and on Grand Avenue in Saint Paul.

Don’t skimp on the house hot sauce
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

The Bad Waitress

Inside The Bad Waitress Diner
The original Bad Waitress on Eat Street

Build a dream breakfast burrito here: eggs, cheese, and potatoes covered they give you the option of any two additional ingredients. A humble suggestion to start with the avocado and chorizo.

Inside The Bad Waitress Diner
The original Bad Waitress on Eat Street

French Meadow Bakery & Cafe

Just a mess of breakfast
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

The crunch from the house-made organic hash browns stands out amongst the generous helping of black bean chili that blanket’s it. Invest in your future and add the chicken chorizo.

Just a mess of breakfast
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

Sonora Grill

Known for its tacos, Sonora Grill makes a serious entry into the Breakfast Burrito world

The subtleties in this breakfast burrito are not subtleties at all. sofrito eggs, chihuahua cheese, and a palate cleanser of guajillo beans on the side. Good luck choosing between turkey chorizo, pork sausage, chicken, steak or even Canadian bacon.

Known for its tacos, Sonora Grill makes a serious entry into the Breakfast Burrito world

Hi-Lo Diner

The chroizo makes this breakfast burrito something special
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

This quintessential diner experience is like stepping into the time capsule. Order Hi-Lo’s Tex- Mex Burrito packed with chorizo, seasoned sour cream, and crispy potato hash that takes this dish over-the-top.

The chroizo makes this breakfast burrito something special
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

The Tiny Diner

Saucy
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

Always expect plenty of options at Tiny Diner options. Patio or cozy inside sitting? Menu mainstay, or new dish paying homage to a geographical location? The breakfast burrito represents the best of all worlds, a menu mainstay that transports you south of the border when you add their red, white & green salsas: chipotle, creme, and salsa verde.

Saucy
Nash Larson/Eater Twin Cities

Hot Plate

Eater Scene: Hot Plate Diner in South Minneapolis at 9:30 am
Mega breakfast burrito
Rebecca Slater/Eater Twin Cities

Known for its unique menu items and eclectic dining area, Hot Plate provides both a vegetarian and chorizo option for their breakfast burrito. If you cannot decide, order the vegetarian and add chorizo, which arrives piled high on top.

Eater Scene: Hot Plate Diner in South Minneapolis at 9:30 am
Mega breakfast burrito
Rebecca Slater/Eater Twin Cities

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