Breakfast is a near-sacred American tradition. That’s what makes finding the very best spot for omelets so important. These cheesy, fluffy, and hearty breakfast delights come in a range of flavors and combinations. Whether you’re craving a traditional omelet, one of the seafood variety, or a veggie omelet, you’ll find an excellent dish at these 9 best omelet places in Oregon.
Sybil’s Omelettes is a breakfast place that specializes in (you guessed it!) omelets. All omelets are served with hash browns, fruit, and choice of bread. Choose from over 100 toppings/add-ins including ham, asparagus, spinach, zucchini, bacon, crab, jalapenos, and so much more!
Kings Omelets Restaurant is one of Portland’s breakfast best. The breakfast menu has 24 different omelets to choose from, but we recommend the mouthwatering Pacific Omelet (served with cheese, tomato, green onion, and shrimp).
Leona’s Restaurant is a charming, homey cafe in Reedsport, Oregon, serving breakfast and lunch diner food. Each of their 15 omelets are served with country fried potatoes, hash browns, or peaches and toast. Choose from options such as chili and cheese, bacon, mushroom, veggie, and sausage.
Bette’s Place prides themselves on being “The friendliest restaurant in town.” Not only are they friendly, but this four-decade old institution serves up mighty tasty omelet breakfasts. Try the Monterey Omelette made with bacon, avocado, homemade salsa, and jack cheese, served with seasoned red potatoes and your choice of muffin or toast!
Enjoy a relaxing breakfast while overlooking the Clackamas River. The Inn serves all kinds of breakfast food, but the omelets really shine. Each are served with hash browns and toast or pancakes. Try the Dungeness crab omelet.
For over 15 years, the Wild Flower Grill has served up fantastic food in the Lincoln City, Oregon, area. They’re best known for serving delicious breakfast in a beautiful atmosphere. Specialize any of their four delicious omelets or order as-is.
Otis Café is a no-frills joint serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They open at 7 a.m. daily and only close on Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Easter Sunday. They have 14 different omelet options, including create your own.
Since 1975, The Saddle Restaurant and Lounge has welcome families for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Breakfast is served all day, and includes fantastic omelet options.
The Lazy Susan Café is an easy-going spot serving specialty breakfast and lunch fare. Their all-day omelet options include shrimp scatter, fiesta, and many more classics. Each is served with sautéed potatoes or fresh fruit and come with significant portions.