November 11, 2019

Grain Train Cafe Breakfast Burrito

By Eric Cox | Aug. 17, 2019

To some, the words “breakfast” and “burrito” don’t play well together. Right or wrong, they have their own ideas of what breakfast should be, and it doesn’t often involve tortillas. That’s fine, but strict adherence to tradition has its perils. In this case, the danger lies in foregoing the delicious collision of morning food and supper fare — the almighty breakfast burrito. Grain Train Market Café has a potent game in this regard. All-natural ingredients pack this burrito’s accurately grilled, whole wheat tortilla wrapper. Offering great value at $6.99, this item can satiate just about any robust a.m. appetite. Grilled red peppers, caramelized onions, roasted potatoes, and a tangy, house-made salsa roja all sing harmoniously with the burrito’s main ingredient, lovingly scrambled and locally produced eggs. Sharp white cheddar cheese compliments the lot. Add bacon for $2 more. This breakfast burrito will satisfy one large appetite, or two dinky ones. Get up and go get it at 316 E. Mitchell St., Petoskey. (231) 753-2950,


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