XLVI: Does Bacon And Butter Live Up To The Hype?

If you’ve lived in the Sacramento Area, then there’s no way that you haven’t heard of or driven by this little breakfast spot called Bacon and Butter.

Now, it’s definitely easy to miss, but if you’re just driving by you’ll see a line of people waiting to enjoy some of their famous breakfast selections!

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Now, I started with a water and a Rose Lemonade. Honestly, the Rose Lemonade wasn’t my favorite, but, since I’ve been into Rose Tea, I thought I should try it. It’s nothing like Rose Tea and even has a sparkling water feel to it. The “lemonade” in this drink is very subtle (if even present), but the “rose” flavor is very prominent and refreshing.

I wouldn’t order this drink again, however! There are plenty of other drink choices on their menu so do not be discouraged! Also, their coffee maker looks so interesting that it compels me to try their flavored coffee. So, I’ll definitely be back for more and coffee will be my next selection.

  Left:   Waffle - buttermilk batter waffle, diced fruit, whipped butter, warm syrup $11  Side: Bacon $6.00  Drink: Orange Juice

Left:

Waffle - buttermilk batter waffle, diced fruit, whipped butter, warm syrup $11

Side: Bacon $6.00

Drink: Orange Juice

  Right:   Bananas Foster Flapjacks - buttermilk batter with banana in & out, cinnamon, foster sauce, and specialty syrup $16.00  Side: “our sausage patties with sage, garlic, & chili $5.50  Country potatoes $3.50

Right:

Bananas Foster Flapjacks - buttermilk batter with banana in & out, cinnamon, foster sauce, and specialty syrup $16.00

Side: “our sausage patties with sage, garlic, & chili $5.50

Country potatoes $3.50

If I had to pick what my favorite thing ordered was, it would definitely be the country potatoes! There’s something about a simple, well-flavored potato that can just change the whole direction of your day!

So overall, is Bacon and Butter worth it?

Yes! Given the overall uniqueness of their specialty menu, their home-style feel, and the open-space vibe of the restaurant, I’d definitely say that it’s worth it (and the 30 minute wait to get in).

If you’re ever in Sacramento, stop by and give them a try!