Brandy’s Restaurant & Bakery

Bakery | Diner
excellent
Worth a detour
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An entire menu card is devoted to espresso variations at Brandy’s. Someday I will try Baja Mocha made with Mexican chocolate or Café Aloha with cream of coconut or maybe even red velvet mocha; but I was delighted to have ordered regular Café Mocha, an expertly concocted triple-whammy of opiate (cream), aphrodisiac (chocolate), and amphetamine (caffeine).

From basic eggs (with cider-cured bacon) to pan-fried trout and French toast made with sourdough or whole grain bread, the breakfast menu is expansive. “Best of Flagstaff” awards all over the wall testify to its goodness. I love this kitchen’s Swedish oat pancakes, which are surprisingly light, so soft and tender that they are reminiscent of healthful spoonbread. They come with hot cinnamon apple topping and can be filled with apples, bananas, blueberries, or chocolate chips; but it’s the pancakes themselves that make this a memorable plate of food.

From the bakery come good bagels, outlandishly sticky sticky buns, big brownies and blondies, muffins, scones, coffee cake, and broad fruit Danishes. The lunch menu includes salads, hamburgers, and Reubens on house-baked rye.

Brandy’s is a bustling strip-mall café that makes its walls a venue for exhibits of local artists’ work. It used to be a three-meal-a-day place, but now serves only breakfast and lunch.

What to Eat
Brandy’s Restaurant & Bakery, Swedish Oak Pancakes (2)
Swedish Oak Pancakes (2)
Must-Try
Swedish oat cakes: soft, moist and full-flavored
Brandy’s Restaurant & Bakery, Sticky Bun
Sticky Bun
One of the stickiest sticky buns ever.
Brandy’s Restaurant & Bakery, Single Mocha
Single Mocha
Mocha: a beautiful balance of rich, sweet, and potent
Brandy’s Restaurant & Bakery, Cherry Danish
Cherry Danish
Large cherry Danish
Directions and Hours
closed now
Sunday6:30am - 3pm
Monday6:30am - 3pm
Tuesday6:30am - 3pm
Wednesday6:30am - 3pm
Thursday6:30am - 3pm
Friday6:30am - 3pm
Saturday6:30am - 3pm
Roadtrips
This restaurant is featured in the following eating tours.
4 stops | 47 MILES | 1 hr 24 min

It is good to wake up early in Sedona, Arizona, for that is when the sun's first rays make the monumental rock formations around the city glow magic red. It is also when you can eat very, very well. Here are three choice places for a morning meal in Sedona, plus a nice little diner…

12 stops | 580 MILES | 9 hr 57 min

While magnificent scenery along Route 66 in Arizona and California is abundant, good meals can be scarce. But it isn't necessary to take a major detour down to Sedona or Palm Springs to eat well; here are a handful of restaurants on or close to the old Will Rogers Highway that provide excellent food and…

9 stops | 170 MILES | 3 hr 44 min

Road Trip Overview

This potential three day Roadfood Adventure will take you around Phoenix, Arizona before heading north on Interstate 17 to the small town of Sedona. With a mere population of 10,397 Sedona has three fantastic restaurants that are a must try in our expert opinion. After Sedona, hop back into your car for…

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Price
$$
Seasons
Open Year Round
Meals Served
Breakfast, Lunch
Credit Cards Accepted
Yes
Alcohol Served
Yes
Outdoor Seating
No
Website

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