Vitamin T Breakfast Starts Today: Buenos Días, Señor Ham & Egg Torta

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Wake up, downtown Phoenix, your Mexican breakfast is ready.

Vitamin T, celebu-chef Aaron May's home of tacos, tortas, and tequila in the Cityscape building, officially opens for breakfast today and my does it look tasty. Think smoked ham and oven-roasted chicken tortas, a breakfast burrito, and huevos rancheros all for five bucks.

The new offerings mean a new breakfast option for those working downtown and in need of an a.m. fix, and come in addition to the news that Vitamin T will be taking over the space next door, adding more seating indoors and outdoors by the end of October.

Breakfast will be served Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 10 a.m. For the complete menu, follow the jump.

Vitamin T Breakfast Menu

Parfait ($4) Choice of low fat vanilla or Greek yogurt Choose 2 fruit: strawberries, blue berries, banana or apple

Tortas ($5 each) Oven Roasted chicken - 2 fried eggs and Chihuahua cheese on pressed baguette

Smoked ham - 2 fried eggs and cheddar

Avocado - roasted onion and 2 fried eggs

Burritos ($5 each) All Burritos come with 2 scrambled eggs, pico de gallo, roasted potatoes and Chihuahua cheese

Choose 1 add on: Chorizo, roasted veggies, bacon, ham

Huevos Rancheros ($5) 2 Scrambled eggs, corn chips, ranchero sauce, sour cream, black beans and guacamole

Assorted Mexican Pastries ($3 each)

Coffee (16oz. $2.5 24oz. $3.5)

Vitamin T Iced Coffee (16oz. $3 24oz. $4)

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