If you’re buying a home for sale in Scottsdale, whether it’s a vacation home or it’ll be your year-round dwelling, you’ll love knowing that we have the inside scoop on the city’s best breakfast spots – and they’re all worth the wait if you arrive at peak times. Here’s where to go this weekend.

5 Amazing Weekend Breakfast Spots in Scottsdale

These are just five of our favorite breakfast spots in Scottsdale. Our tips: Get there early (before 9 on Saturday or Sunday) and bring your appetite!

Butters Pancakes & Café

Butters Pancakes & Café
8390 East Via de Ventura

Butters Pancakes and Café has two locations (the other is at 14795 North Northsight Boulevard in Scottsdale, with a phone number of 480-991-0011) because they’re just so good. Try the Wildberry Bliss cakes, Oreo Cookie S’mores cakes or Swedish cakes, served with wild Swedish lingonberry sauce. If you’re in the mood, create your own omelette or try the Mexican Egg Burrito.

Check out Butters Pancakes & Café’s breakfast menu here for a full selection of their offerings.

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club
4400 North Scottsdale Road

The Breakfast Club’s slogan, “Start your day off right,” is easy to stick to when you try the Quick Start (two eggs, applewood bacon, toast and fruit) or the turkey and eggs (4 ounces of roasted turkey with three eggs, potatoes O’Brien, toast and fresh fruit). Not in the mood for eggs? Try the BC Bagel or a fruit bowl. We also recommend the Border Bowl, which contains scrambled eggs, meat, chorizo, greens (including jalapenos) and hot sauce.

Check out the Breakfast Club’s breakfast menu here.

Noci Café

Noci Café
9619, 108 North Hayden Road

Laid back and relaxed, Noci Café has the perfect environment for you to spend your weekend mornings. Piping hot coffee served with a smile, delicious food – what more could you want? Try the French toast, a Chicpotle omelette (made with chicken, spinach, cheddar jack cheese, topped with sun-dried tomatoes and chipotle mayonnaise), or a chocolate chip Belgian waffle – this place is one of the few in town that even serves chocolate chip Belgian waffles, and they always get them just right.

Check out Noci Café’s full breakfast menu here.

Alo Café

Alo Café
6960 East 1st Street

A classic European-style café, Alo has a fantastic variety of internationally inspired entrees and serves Passport coffee and tea (they’re local). We recommend the raisin bread French toast with fresh, hot fruit compote, huevos de madrid (shrimp and smoked salmon in soft-folded eggs) or the oven-dried tomato omelet, which features oven-dried tomatoes with crumbled goat cheese and black olives.

Check out Alo Café’s complete breakfast menu here.

The Breakfast Joynt

The Breakfast Joynt
6245 East Bell Road

The Breakfast Joynt’s best menu item – Babi’s Build Your Own Omelet – is the number-one reason to stop in here. You get three eggs filled with your choice of ingredients. Not in the mood for an omelet? Check out Bruce’s Bowl, the waffle platter, or Aunty Em’s homestyle biscuits and gravy – they’re all delicious. You can also get a full stack of Oreo pancakes, pumpkin pancakes or banana cream pie pancakes.

Check out The Breakfast Joynt’s full breakfast menu here.

Are You Buying a Home for Sale in Scottsdale?

If you’re buying a home for sale in Scottsdale, call us at 480-351-5359 or get in touch with us online to discuss your needs (and let us know which restaurant listed here is your favorite, or share your own recommendations). In the meantime, check out our:

Don Matheson
Realtor | Founder
The Matheson Team
RE/MAX Fine Properties
21000 N. Pima Rd., #100, Scottsdale, AZ 85255