Breakfast at The Noble Pig

In: Eating

15 Feb 2013

(map) You may already know that these guys can rock a duck pastrami. But did you also know they’re geniuses at breakfast? Every day till noon, you can wake up with eye-opening fare like the spicy ham and egg sandwich, above. The ham is cured in-house, then layered on scrambled eggs with monterey jack. They bake the fresh whole-wheat bread themselves, too. It’s a yummy breakfast sammie!

The blueberry waffle is actually two crisp waffles. One is topped with scrambled egg, the other, with blueberry preserves and sausage. They make the spicy, coarse-ground sausage themselves (is there anything these guys can’t do?). Those are crispy potatoes on the side.

In the mornings, you’ll mostly find couples and families in the simple-but-cozy dining room. That’s a squirter of house-made salsa on top of the counter to add to your eggs. Hot stuff!

The Noble Pig website

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4 Responses to Breakfast at The Noble Pig



March 7th, 2011 at 8:51 pm

I can’t believe I have yet to get to the Noble Pig but now I am motivated. We need more good breakfast spots out here in our neck of the woods and this seems like a viable candidate. Thanks for sharing such mouth-watering photos!



March 10th, 2011 at 10:54 am

I can’t speak more highly of what the guys and gals at Noble Pig are doing. I have not had a bad bite of food there. I havent even had a good bite of food there. Every single thing they touch is delicious.



February 17th, 2012 at 9:10 am

ate here yesterday (tongue sandwich) and it is officially my new favorite place to eat. Who would have thought that a tongue sandwich would be good? Obviously those guys at Noble Pig are much smarter than me. Good times.



February 15th, 2013 at 5:54 am

It’s a little far east for me (we’re truly “way out west” Austin), but the food sounds so interesting I may make the drive.

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