Top 407: the best breakfast sandwiches in Orlando

Here is a list of locally-owned spots to get your breakfast sandwich fix.

by Ariana Rodriguez
August 8, 2022

Orlando is a city that never sleeps. Parks open early. Many things close late. There is one thing you need in order to get the energy for the big day in this city: breakfast. To be more specific, the best breakfast sandwiches in Orlando.

No need to waste time searching for the perfect breakfast place in Orlando anymore. All of the locations I have chosen are family-owned and local for many reasons, but it all boils down to one reason: authenticity. Corporate restaurants use packages and frozen foods to make food. Local restaurants will offer more fresh food made with integrity and actual whole foods and spices. It is simultaneously healthier and more delectable. Also, it is a lot more adventurous. 

Where to Find Breakfast Sandwiches In Orlando

Craft & Common

Thoughtfully prepared and carefully sourced, Craft & Common is more than just a coffee shop. Not only do they provide delicious caffinated beverages, they also have some of the best breakfast sandwiches in Downtown Orlando. Choose from the classic sausage sandwich, a bacon croissant, or the Vegan breakfast sandwich made with joe’s oat sausage JUST scrambled eggs and daiya cheddar spicy sriracha aioli on a pretzel bun. Want a little less bread with your breakfast? Try one of their toasts.

Craft & Common
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Getting there
47 E Robinson St Ste. 100, Orlando, FL 32801, USA
Hours
Mon-Sun 7am–6pm
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903 Mills Market

The neighborhood restaurants right around the corner known as 903 Mills Market is a must for breakfast sandwiches in Orlando any day of the week. Go with the classic egg sandwich or beef up your morning meal with the MONSTER BAGEL (Roasted beef, provolone, tomatoes, red onions, and one egg with a smear of mayo.) 903 Mills Market also has an array of fruit smoothies to choose from.

903 Mills Market
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Getting there
903 S Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32806, USA
Hours
Mon-Fri 7am–9:03pm
Sat-Sun 8am–9:03pm
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Se7en Bites

Featured on Forbes and the Food Networks Diner’s Drive-In’s and Dives, Se7en Bites had to be on this list. Besides the national coverage of their cuisine, the female-owned restaurant in Orlando has a delicious mix of breakfast options that are served all day. The signature Chicken Biscuit is a classic favorite or you can make a pig out of yourself with the Three Little Pigs buttermilk garlic biscuit with baked egg in ham, pimento cheese, applewood smoked bacon, cheddar chive grits smothered with creamy thyme sausage gravy. Now that’s a mouthful.

Se7enBites
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Getting there
617 Primrose Dr, Orlando, FL 32803, USA
Hours
Mon-Wed Closed
Thu-Fri 8am–3:30pm
Sat-Sun 9am–3pm
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Pom Pom’s Tea House

Technically this gourmet sandwich shop only serves breakfast sandwiches in Orlando on the weekends, but trust me, it’s worth the wait. Owned and operated by Pom Moongauklang the boutique sandwich restaurant in Orlando packs a punch with unique flavor combinations like the Spicy Elvis made with banana, bacon, strawberry jelly, & cayenne peanut butter. Or celebrate the holidays early with Mama Ling Ling’s Thanksgiving Sandwich. Stuffed with turkey, gouda, stuffing, ginger cranberry chutney, mashed potatoes, cream cheese, and yes, it’s own little side of gravy for dipping.

Pom Pom's Teahouse & Sandwicheria
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Getting there
67 N Bumby Ave, Orlando, FL 32803, USA
Hours
Mon 11am–4pm
Tue 11am–8pm
Wed-Thu 11am–10pm
Fri-Sat 11am–2am
Sun 11am–5pm
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Breakfast Sandwiches in Winter Park

240 Rose (The Winter Park)

This is a nice place to go when you have a lot of people with different tastes. They have eggs Benedict, croissant breakfast sandwiches, fruits, fries, breakfast platters and more. Once you order your food, you can let your eyes wander around the marvelous floral decor. There is rose-wall, and other floral decorations that keep you in a zen mood.

240 Rose Cafe (Carrie's Winter Park Cafe)
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Getting there
240 N Pennsylvania Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789, USA
Hours
Mon-Tue Closed
Wed-Sun 8am–2pm
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Stardust Video and Coffee (Winter Park)

Be ready to be wowed by the interesting decor at this coffee shop in Winter Park. Whimsical paintings are scattered throughout the restaurant. It looks like someone went to a yard sale for the decor. Besides the cool indie vibes, they offer satisfying breakfast options as well. They have big waffles, vegan options, and delicious breakfast sandwiches in Orlando. Since this is a coffee shop, you can order creative lattes and matcha. They have a long list of tea options for those non-caffeine drinkers.

Stardust Video & Coffee
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Getting there
1842 Winter Park Rd, Orlando, FL 32803, USA
Hours
Mon-Sun 7am–11pm
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Breakfast Sandwiches near Orlando

New York Bagels (DeLand)

This bagel place is located in the historic downtown of Deland. There are many interesting independent book stores and boutiques. After walking a lot, hunger may strike. Also, a nice filling breakfast sandwich in DeLand is the perfect meal to start your adventure in the area. These bagels are authentic NY bagels and filled with much flavor. If plain bagels aren’t your thing, no need to worry since they offer many flavors such as garlic and pesto mozzarella. Just pick your favorite flavor, and enjoy.

New York Bagel & Deli - Deland
Getting there
218 N Woodland Blvd, DeLand, FL 32720, USA
Hours
Mon-Sun 7am–2pm
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The Table (Deland)

The Table is also located in the historic downtown of Deland, and it is not as casual as NY bagel. So, if you want to dress up and have brunch, then The Table is the perfect place for you. This location is similar to 240 Rose, food option wise. On the other hand, they offer more options and more ambiance. There is also a coffee shop connected to the restaurant that sells plants and more. It is a perfect place to go if you need to unwind and wander through a shop in the restaurant. 

The Table Restaurant
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Getting there
100 E New York Ave, DeLand, FL 32724, USA
Hours
Mon-Thu 4–9pm
Fri 4–10pm
Sat 10am–3pm, 4–10pm
Sun 10am–3pm
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Ariana Rodriguez graduated from FIU during the pandemic and went straight into teaching English. After two years of teaching, she decided to focus a lot more on her passions of writing and music. She writes about merely anything, and her music reflects that since she is also an alternative artist. You can find her writing a Science Fiction screenplay or a story about a local haunted house. Expect the unexpected.

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