Who doesn’t love an omelet? Eggs with veggies, meat, melted cheese and more folded into a delicate delicacy make for the perfect way to start the day—or a protein-filled pick-me-up at lunchtime. Omelets are even excellent for dinner. Check out these places known for serving up the best omelets in Massachusetts, then choose which one you’ll visit in the coming days.
Enjoy a classic cheese omelet or a Spanish omelet at the Neighborhood Restaurant, and you might walk away with enough leftovers for a snack or maybe even a second meal. For something spicy, but delicious, try their linguica & cheese omelet. All their omelets are served with home fries and your choice of toast.
With breakfast served all day, enjoy an omelet at South Street Diner any time. Create your own omelet from their list of options including all the standards along with lox and corned beef hash.
At Johnny’s Luncheonette, you can enjoy your omelet any time of day. In addition, you’ll dine in a retro 1950s ambiance. Johnny’s Rise and Shine omelet is stuffed with pulled chicken, Swiss cheese and baby spinach. It’s perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Known for their enormous omelets, you won’t go hungry at Sunrise Breakfast. Some patrons ask to have theirs cut in half with one portion boxed up to take home and one to eat on site.
Order one of the hearty omelets off the menu at D’s Omelet Shoppe or, if it’s not busy, concoct a combination all your own. The place is small, but the omelets are big. It’s home cooked goodness at its finest here.
Try the Portuguese omelet or the steak & cheese omelet at Alice’s Diner, and you won’t eat three meals that day. The hearty three-egg omelets are stuffed with delicious ingredients. And if you eat a gluten free diet, don’t worry. There are ample options for your accompanying toast. Alice’s has a huge gluten free menu.
Breakfast is deemed legendary at Sylvester’s and that includes their ample omelets. Their Harvest Omelet is stuffed with local apples, roasted butternut squash, onions and peppers. Sylvester’s uses as many locally sourced ingredients when available.
How about indulging in a steak tips omelet covered in rich, homemade hollandaise sauce? If that sounds enticing, check out the As Good As It Gets Café. The menu includes a lengthy list of ingredients from which you can create your own omelet, too.
Voted the “Best Breakfast in Wakefield,” the Blue Moon Grill serves up an amazing omelet stuffed with sweet potatoes, cheddar cheese, and caramelized onions. It’s then topped with tarragon sauce and accompanied by home fries and toast. Can you say, “Amazing?”
Enjoy your omelet in a wrap at Scali Café. Enjoy a spinach and feta omelet wrap or a bacon and cheese omelet wrap. If you’d prefer your omelet served up in a more traditional manner, they have that, too. It’s counter service at Scali Café, but there’s a fairly quick turnover for seating.