If you are ever in the area of Northern Nevada on I-80, between Reno and Elko, may I suggest that you stop for a bite to eat at “The Griddle”. But only if it’s between the hours of 6am and 2pm (PST)…because they are just that good that they aren’t like the rest of Nevada where everything is at your fingertips 24 hours a day.
The decor is like the rest of this town…a little outdated. And when you first walk in, the first thing you will probably notice are the bright green colored upholstery on all the booth and breakfast counter chairs. I am talking 70’s, one shade away from, neon green….green. You will also notice that the place is packed. No one cares about the antiquated decor because they are too busy enjoying the delicious food.
They have classic french toast, almond crusted french toast, stuffed french toast, to name a few. There are raspberry crepes and peach crepes, and of course pecan crepes. And if you like eggs, they come in a variety of ways including my ultimate favorite “The California Eggs Benedict”. The Hollandaise sauce is so good you won’t want to leave a drop of it on your plate. They also squeeze the orange juice from fresh and have an assortment of salsas and jams that you can taste and purchase to take with you! All homemade! For a complete menu click here.
The Griddle is located right on the main road of Winnemucca Blvd. You can get to it from any exit off of the I-80. So remember if you are passing through or have stayed overnight here and wondering where there is a great place to get breakfast or brunch, try “The Griddle”. It also has a patio in the warmer months to sit out on and it’s very kid and big party friendly. I promise, you won’t be disappointed.
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