K Pasa (2 Main Street, Sag Harbor, 1-800-taco.com) may be renowned for its whimsical take on tacos, but the breakfast menu, which is served daily from 8 to 11:30 a.m. is just as unique. From breakfast tacos and toasts to bowls, oats and freshly-baked treats, K Pasa’s breakfast offerings are a great way to start the day. Chef Miguel Reyes Castillo is already known for his take on the classic taco and doesn’t miss a beat with his breakfast version which features scrambled eggs, peppers, cheese, avocado, all in a hand-made tortilla. The Sloppy Rizo Taco is all the craze for vegans and vegetarians and features Impossible chorizo, pickled red onion and radish. The tacos can be washed down with fruit smoothies or other juices, and for those who want to imbibe in the morning, a signature bloody Maria.
Over on the North Fork, Crabby Jerry’s (111 Main Street, Greenport, claudios.com/crabby-jerrys) is a part of Claudio’s on Main’s legacy. Catch a weekend waterside breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 to 11 a.m. The breakfast menu features a list of classic omelets, egg dishes, sandwiches and decadent specials keeping a traditional approach to breakfast and adding a touch of flair here and there. The lobster and egg taco is a perfect example of the mix. It features scrambled eggs, tarragon, cheese, and K Pasa salsa verde wrapped in a hand-made tortilla. Another unique take is seen through the grilled cheese, which is assembled with Swiss, goat cheese, fig spread, and fresh fruit. These dishes can be enjoyed with freshly brewed coffee, tea and juice. Or enjoy a bubbly mimosa, bloody Maria, or a traditional bloody Mary.