Breakfast in burrito form makes life so much easier for anyone who might not be a morning person. Don't worry about operating a fork and knife and navigating precarious bites from plate to mouth. This Tex-Mex staple packs everything you need into a tortilla and wraps it up tight for easy consumption. As Breakfast Week continues, read on for 13 of Atlanta's best egg-stuffed burritos, mapped north to south.Read More
13 Outstanding Breakfast Burritos in Atlanta
Burrito de Desayuno at El Taco Veloz
El Taco Veloz has six locations around town to satisfy your breakfast burrito craving. This version contains chorizo, refried beans, eggs, chopped onion, and salsa.
Breakfast Burrito at Joy Cafe
Joy is exactly what you'll feel while consuming this burrito. Look for a flour tortilla filled with cheddar-scrambled eggs, house-made pork chorizo, sour cream, avocado, pico de gallo, tomatillo cream sauce, and home-fries.
Breakfast Burrito at Neighborhood Eats
Tucked in the Peachtree Palisades building, Neighborhood Eats offers a burrito with
Rockstar Burrito at MetroFresh
MetroFresh takes a daily and seasonal approach to its breakfast burrito. It's typically made of scrambled eggs, cheese, spinach,and meat, wrapped in a flour tortilla. Ingredients rotate daily.
Burrito at Hi-Five Diner
Hi-Five Diner serves "eggs your way," and one of those ways is inside a burrito. A flour tortilla is filled with scrambled eggs; skillet potatoes; and choice of add-ins such as cheese, jalapenos, onions, mushrooms, avocado, bacon, ham, and shrimp.
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Breakfast Burrito at Gato
The tiny diner that houses Jarrett Stieber's weekend Eat Me Speak Me pop-up serves a mean breakfast burrito in the morning. It's eggs, potatoes, and cheese stuffed into a flout tortilla and served with red or green salsa.
Burritos de Huevos at Radial Cafe
Radial's version of the breakfast burrito is made with scrambled eggs, fresh basil, red peppers, and cheddar; wrapped in spinach tortilla; and topped with spicy black beans, chipotle salsa, and dollop of sour cream.
Burrito de Huevos at Highland Bakery
Highland Bakery might be known more for pancakes and Benedicts, but the burrito plate is tasty too. It's scrambled eggs, sweet yellow corn, roasted red peppers and onions; wrapped in two flour tortillas; and smothered with red salsa and cheddar cheese.
Migas Burrito at Elmyriachi
The migas burrito is a favorite at the original Elmyr in Little Five Points, so it made it on the menu at the slightly more upscale sister restaurant in Kirkwood. It's comprised of scrambled eggs, charred tomato salsa, hatch green chiles, corn tortillas, monterey jack cheese, and pinto beans, in a flour tortilla.
Burrito con Huevos at ADios Cafe
ADios Cafe's burrito comes with scrambled eggs, black beans, bell peppers, onions, jalapenos, cheese, and sour cream. Upgrade it with chorizo, applewood bacon, or avocado for an extra $1.25.
Bluebird Burrito at Ria's Bluebird
This overstuffed burrito is filled with two scrambled eggs, skillet potatoes, white cheddar, and black or pinto beans, and it's topped with salsa and sour cream. Substitute the eggs for tofu for an extra $1.50.
South of the Border Burrito at Delia's Chicken Sausage Stand
Delia's offers two breakfast burritos, but the South of the Border comes with chicken sausage, eggs, cheddar, chili, sautéed onions & peppers, and a tomato tortilla.
Breakfast Burrito at Midway Pub
If you get hungry during a morning soccer game at Midway, order the burrito with scrambled eggs, cheese, bacon, and hash browns inside a flour tortilla with green chili.