Breakfast Sandwiches in Calgary

When morning finds you just too lazy to operate cutlery, these Calgary eateries serve breakfast on bread. These magnificent breakfast combinations are lovingly filled with various arrangements of eggs and pan-fried meats, cheeses and veggies carefully completed with buttery sauces.

Red's Diner Ltd

1
1415 4 St SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0Y2

Red’s serves up a delicious breakfast sandwich complete with fried egg, back bacon, cheese, lettuce and tomato. Try the cheddar sourdough bread option. Served all day with Red’s potatoes (hash browns) on the side.

Holy Grill

2
827 10 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0B4

Holy Grill is all about the panini. Offering four breakfast sandwiches all day, the restaurant is a great option for your breakfast sandwich craving. How about bacon, avocado, fried egg, cheddar, mayo, pickled eggplant, spinach plus tomato on a black poppy seed bun? Yum!

Overeasy Breakfast

3
825 1 Ave NE, Calgary, AB T2E 0C2

OEB has a HUGE menu featuring quite a few breakfast-sandwich-like dishes. However, we like the croque-madame with rosemary ham, sourdough rye, mozzarella, summer truffles, crispy potatoes, two eggs sunny side up and browned butter hollandaise.

Dairy Lane Cafe

4
319 19 St NW, Calgary, AB T2N 2J2

Dairy Lane has been serving breakfast since 1950. Try the Hillhurst Breakfast Sammie with two eggs, naturally cured bacon, aged cheddar, lettuce, tomato and sweet pepper mayo on sourdough toast.

Blue Star Diner

5
809 1 Ave NE, Calgary, AB T2E 0C2

Blue Star’s breakfast sammie comes with two locally sourced, farm-fresh eggs, naturally cured bacon, basil, tomatoes, Gruyere and house-made pesto mayo all on sourdough bread. Local red potato hash browns round out this delicious plate.

Galaxie Diner

6
1413 11 St SW, Calgary, AB T2R 1G7

Galaxie Diner’s Calgary Sandwich is loaded with a little bit of everything: eggs, cheese, sautéed mushrooms, onions, green onions, tomatoes, banana peppers, green peppers, bacon, beef sausage and mayonnaise on grilled brown bread. It’s also served with hash browns — you won’t leave hungry.

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