Urbanspoon, the leading mobile restaurant discovery application and reservation management system, today announced their list of Urbanspoon’s Most Popular Breakfast Spots. Just in time to make plans for Mother’s Day, the list features 101 of the most popular U.S. locations within the Urbanspoon community.
Topping the list, 83% of the selected locations fall into the “Cheap Eats” or “Moderately Priced” categories. On the menu front, 30% of the restaurants featured serve a “”raditional American breakfast” (think Denver omelets and pancakes). Popular themes include American Diners (16 spots) and Southern/Soul/Cajun restaurants (15 spots). In addition, most locations featured on the list claim to be Kid-Friendly making them perfect for Mother’s Day.
“Breakfast is the perfect meal to celebrate with family,” said Patrick O’Donnell, co-founder, Urbanspoon. “From French Toast & Croque-Madame to my favorite, Dim Sum, our list gives diners inspiration across 31 states and 60 cities for the most important meal of the day.”
The selected restaurants on Urbanspoon’s Most Popular Breakfast Spots received the most positive reviews from professional food critics, bloggers, the Urbanspoon community, and diners. Florida claims the most spots on the lineup with 12 entries, followed closely behind by Texas (10) and California (7). The list features four locations in Houston (overall Texas had the second most entries on the list with 10). Houston locations are:
The complete list is included below and is available online at: http://blog.urbanspoon.com/blog/2013/04/101-great-breakfasts-in-the-u-s.
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Information obtained from Lisa Krueger, Urbanspoon Houston.