One question I am asked quit frequently is, Where can we get a sit down breakfast in town? Here are nine options, all of which are wheelchair accessible. I have listed them in alphabetical order so as not to appear to be suggesting one over the other. Each listing includes important information, such as whether they accept credit cards or are pet friendly. I have also listed price ranges from the least expensive meal to the most expensive meal for each location.
All restaurants are near Ocean Avenue in the central business district of Carmel-by-the-Sea. The numbers correspond to the zeemap at the end of the post, or click here. This may be viewed on your Smartphone or iPad or print out a map of the restaurants here.
Not all of these restaurants take reservations, but if you have special needs or just want to see what their current availability is for your size group, phone numbers are listed for each restaurant below their address.
Ocean between Junipero and Mission
Lincoln between Ocean Avenue and Seventh
and family run restaurant
all day beginning at 7AM.
*Prices range from $7 for a side order of one egg, bagel, and coffee to $23 for Egg’s Benedict with Crab and spinach, mimosa and coffee and your choice of fresh fruit, hash browns or Cottage potatoes.
Other important information, they also serve lunch daily until 3PM, dinner Wednesday through Sunday from 4:30 to 8PM, with an early bird special from 4:30 – 6:30. For lighter eaters,there are no split orders, but half orders are available on French Toast and Eggs Benedict. To accommodate your pets, they have a few tables for two on the patio. There are no heaters on the patio.
*Prices range from $9 for a side order of one egg, bagel and coffee to $22 for New York Steak and Eggs and coffee.
Bloody Mary along side your coffee.
(5) Katy’s Place
*Prices range from $10 for a side order of one egg, toast and coffee to $23 for Eggs Benedict (this is the most expensive of the sixteen different kinds) with Maine Lobster, country potatoes and coffee.
Other important information, they do accept credit cards and reservations. Lunch is served from 11:30AM – 4PM, and dinner from 5PM -10PM.
while the back walls with booths and a panoramic mural entitled, “Dutch Treat,” by artist Andre Balyon which depicts the Dutch countryside in four seasons.
In 1927, Hugh Comstock built an iconic fairy tale style building that has become synonymous with the city of Carmel-by-the-Sea. In the early 1940’s two sisters from England opened a tea house in this building and called it The Tuck Box.
Over the years there have been a number of owners, it was the second owners John and Elsie Grandfield that developed the recipes for scones, jams and preserves that are still used today. You may even buy these to take home to replicate your own Tuck Box breakfast.
Other important information, pets are welcome on their patio. There are no heaters on the patio. The minimum charge per person is $5, they do not take reservations or credit cards, so bring cash.
*Prices begin at $9 for two eggs prepared to your request served with your choice of Tuck Box Scones, English muffin or toast and coffee to $20 for Eggs Benedict with smoked salmon, side of Canadian bacon and coffee.
The Village Corner, serving Carmel for over 60 years has both indoor and outdoor seating. They allow pets in the outdoor patio which has heaters and a fire pit along with a cover in case of rain.
Other important information, they do take reservations and credit cards. Pets are welcome on the patio and they also serve lunch and dinner. Pick up a 15% off coupon at the Carmel Visitor Center on San Carlos between 5th and 6th.
*Prices begin at $9 for one egg, toast or English muffin and coffee to $24 for Eggs Benedict with Dungeness crab and avocado, Applewood smoked bacon and coffee.
I hope you enjoy your stay and breakfast in Carmel-by-the-Sea!
*All prices in this post subject to change.
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Great and I love the map