Bisbee Breakfast Club Coming to Mesa in February

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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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