Bisbee Breakfast Club Coming to Mesa in February

All American Waffle from Bisbee Breakfast Club
Next month, the East Valley will get a taste of southern Arizona courtesy of the Bisbee Breakfast Club.

The popular breakfast and lunch hangout, known for its lively atmosphere and generous portion sizes (see: three-egg omelets and loaded buttermilk pancakes), opened in a converted glass factory in 2005 in Bisbee.

Restaurateur Chris Reece bought the Bisbee Breakfast Club (BBC) in 2011 and opened a second location shortly thereafter in Tucson. This February, Reece plans to unveil the newest BBC at 2909 South Dobson Road in Mesa (formerly Inka Fest).

Here's what diners can expect.

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Along with the omelets and flapjacks, BBC's breakfast offerings include chicken fried steak and eggs with spicy sausage gravy; eggs Zorba with spinach, tomatoes, black olives, and feta cheese; and south-of-the-border favorites like huevos rancheros and chilaquiles.

For lunch, expect a selection of sandwiches, along with dishes like a coffee-charred chicken breast salad and a third-pound Sonoran Burger topped with guacamole, chiles, and pepper jack cheese.

BBC also will serve a selection of housemade desserts.

BBC will be open daily from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, see BBC's Facebook page.

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Location Info

Bisbee Breakfast Club Mesa

2909 S Dobson Rd, Mesa, AZ

Category: Restaurant

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Props to the folks who figured out the model to expand this place to its 3rd location. Both Bisbee and Tucson locations are excellent every time I eat there. A place doesn't survive and grow just on its name. Definitely a great place.

Brandon Weiss
Brandon Weiss

Maybe they should work on their Bisbee location before branching out.


You hit the nail on the head.I haven't eaten there in a couple of years.We tried it a couple of times after Pat and Heather Grimm sold it and it was never the same. The menu didn't change but the way food is prepared and served changed drastically. The Grimms made that restaurant the success it became. Now its living off its name and location. Mornings in Warren and Savory Spot in Old Bisbee are light years ahead of the BBC in terms of quality.

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