Omelets are a breakfast or brunch staple and our great city of course doesn’t disappoint when it comes to out of this world combinations tucked into fluffy eggs. Here are just seven of the many great places for omelets in Pittsburgh.
DeLuca’s is the place for incredible omelets. Their Earth to “OM” lettes have clever nicknames like “The Super Bowl,” made with kielbasa, onions, mashed potatoes and cheddar served with sauerkraut, hot apples and sour cream and the “BIONIC” omelet, a whopping six egg omelet with sweet and hot sausage, bacon, ham, onions, cheddar, american and provolone cheese.
This 6th Street staple is a must-try if only for one item only—The Pittsburgher Omelette. It’s made with chipped ham, cheddar and onions. For those watching what they eat, the egg white omelette with olive oil, spinach, tomato and feta is delicious.
With locations all around the city, First Watch is a great place to head for breakfast. Their omelet game is strong, with multiple flavor combinations. Most unique include the “Inspired Italian,” with Italian sausage, house-roasted tomatoes and red peppers with fresh herbs, Mozzarella and Parmesan and the “Chile Chorizo,” with Chorizo, avocado, green chilies, roasted onions, Cheddar and Monterey Jack, Topped with all -natural sour cream and served with a side of housemade pico de gallo.
The Original Pancake House believe it or not has some delicious omelets! If you’re eating low-carb, try their “fresh vegetarian omelette” with fresh broccoli, fresh tomatoes, fresh mushrooms and aged cheddar or the “spanish omelette,” with fresh mushrooms and a spicy, peppery sauce with a bit of tanginess.
This small but mighty spot offers a make your own omelet by choosing three of your favorite ingredients. Best of all, breakfast is served all day, so if you have a weekend late-night craving this is the place to be!
With 15 different omelets to choose from, Gab & Eat is a great place to go if you like choices. Try everything from the traditional ham and cheese to the “kookoo,” with peppers, onions, sausage links, potatoes, onions and cheese.
Once featured on “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Dor-Stop is a great place for a good old-fashioned quality omelet. If spicy is the name of your game, try their omelet made with hot sausage, jalapeños and pepper jack cheese. It’s served with your choice of fresh-cut home fries or grits and toast.