The Bisbee Breakfast Club (or BBC) is a Bisbee institution and the best hometown breakfast spot in Bisbee (and one of the best in Arizona). It is my go-to breakfast spot when visiting Bisbee and across many visits and dishes, it has yet to let me down.
The extensive menu includes all the typical American hometown breakfast classics including a wide-range of omlettes, other egg dishes, pancakes, French toast, and biscuits and gravy. On Sundays, they have Belgium waffles. The biscuits (with or without gravy) are giant home-made wonders with a light flakiness that is several steps above your typical dry hockey-puck style breakfast biscuit. Servings are generous and coffee cups are kept filled. They also have a few Mexican-style breakfast dishes, which tend to be a bit on the mild side.
They also have a lunch menu with burgers and sandwiches (and great homemade pie). They are not open for dinner.
The BBC is not actually located in Bisbee proper, but rather in what is left of the neighboring town of Lowell (the little historic street on the otherside of the Lavender Pit about a mile from the historic district). Located in an historic storefront with high tin ceilings, the resturant has both table and counter seating with a small-town diner sort of vibe. Dispite being outside the main historic district, the BBC is no secret and you can expect a wait on Saturday and Sunday mornings (fortunately, the service is pretty quick).
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