Bacon & Eggs

There used to be a restaurant just outside of Minneapolis that was called Johnson’s Bacon and Egg Cafe. The food was town-cafe excellent, especially its plate of bacon and eggs, which also included a broad cake of crisp-edged hash browns and a couple of pieces of buttered toast. That’s the thing about bacon and eggs, which are available in every place that serves breakfast: They are the beginning. Potatoes, toast, fruit, grits, or even pancakes are always added. In fact, the Bacon and Egg Cafe’s specialty was “The Big Johnson”: two eggs, toast, potatoes, pancakes, spuds, and bacon, ham, or a length of smoky sausage.

Restaurants With This Dish

Mamie’s

WOODBURY, CT

LB Kitchen

PORTLAND, ME

Tony’s Seafood Market and Deli

BATON ROUGE, LA

Gaffey Street Diner

LOS ANGELES, CA

O’Rourke’s - Exterior Nignt
O’Rourke’s

MIDDLETOWN, CT

Creamed chipped beef on toast, potatoes at the back of the plate
Lucky’s Coffee Shop

WILMINGTON, DE

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