Whether you’ve only been in Denton for three weeks, or have lived here for years, chances are you knew about the wonderful places to eat around town.
Tucked away on Bolivar St., Seven Mile Café is, in my opinion, the best breakfast place in Denton. The café is open every day of the week from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and stays open an hour later on Saturdays and Sundays.
I am usually a sugar ant when it comes to breakfast food (and anything else really), but the Migas dish, a café favorite, has the perfect flare for mild taste buds. Scrambled eggs, jalapeños, onions, tomatoes, cheese, and avocado combine to create a tasty breakfast taco.
The café’s pancake list is long enough for patrons to choose a different flavor for two weeks. Made from scratch, the Cinnamon Roll, Berry Bliss, S’moreo and Red Velvet pancakes are sure to be a sweet treat, but you can order the House buttermilk pancakes, eat them without using syrup, and still satisfy the sugar craving of your taste buds.
Another tasty special the Seven Mile Café offers is their hash brown scrambles. You can chose between several of their scramble dishes, like the avocado, mushroom and cheese, or the fresh basil, tomato and feta, or you can build your own with any ingredient housed in the kitchen. Benedicts, waffles, and French toast wrap up their breakfast platters. Burgers, sandwiches, quesadillas, soups and salads are available off the lunch menu starting at 11 a.m. Substitutions for vegetarian and vegan diners are available for the breakfast and lunch platters.
If you are thirsty, Seven Mile Café has several options for you to chose from – fresh smoothies, orange juice, mixed drinks, beer, wine, and of course, coffee. Seven Mile Café is popularly known for their coffee bar, including espresso and cold brew coffee.
Not only does the food make a trip to Seven Mile Café worth it, but the calm, yet cheerful, atmosphere provides for a great breakfast spot. Sleep in on Sundays and then head over to Seven Mile Café for brunch!