The other morning the misses and I woke up to a very nice sunrise and good weather and so we decided to hop on the Harley and go get some breakfast on Sutter Street in old town Folsom. We went to an old favorite of ours – The Sutter Street Grill which is located at 811 Sutter St. Folsom, CA (916) 985-4323
As described on the web, Sutter Street Grill is a shabby chic country–style diner where the waitress calls you “honey,” silverware is mismatched and breakfast is the main course. The Folsom favorite has an overwhelming breakfast menu with thick slabs of banana walnut French toast, blueberry flapjacks buried in whip cream or the jailhouse (six pieces of bacon, two sausage links, biscuits and gravy). On weekend mornings and summer days, expect a busy crowd with locals, bicyclist and tourists.
The misses and I split the special which was a sausage, tomato and mushroom omelet that we had them add cheddar cheese too. It was fantastic and even a split plate was a lot to eat – the servings here are outstanding and everything tastes really fresh and really good.
To go with the omelet we had one of their fresh baked cranberry orange muffins, home potatoes, hash browns and an english muffin. They also serve some really good coffee by Pete’s Cofffees.
All that food for two (including leftovers and endless coffee refills) cost less then $20 dollars, you can’t find a better deal – this is one breakfast place I will always highly recommend – two thumbs up
Go try them out someday soon, you won’t leave hungry.