Illinois is Home to One of the Best Breakfast Sandwiches in America
If you're coming to read about and see a sandwich that's good for you, like it might be healthy, this delicious creation ain't for you. Now, let's get messy.
One of the keys to success in business is to provide a product that stands out from your competition. This donut shop is doing just that and it's unbelievable.
How often, when you think about eating breakfast, do you think about some eggs, maybe some bacon, on toast, maybe some avocado slices, and some melted cheese. That sounds like a good breakfast doesn't it?
It's on the healthier side of the scale and eating all of it doesn't come with a lot of guilt.
Now, let's invite that other breakfast voice inside your head into the conversation.
Wouldn't grabbing a donut not only be a faster option but also a tastier option?
America's Best Breakfast Sandwiches
There's some debating going on across the country and EatThis.com reviewers just named this donut shop with a cult following, the home of One of America's Best Breakfast Sandwiches.
Are you ready to see the Best Breakfast Sandwich in Illinois? It's the only kind of sandwich that should come from a place very well known for its donuts.
Chicago's Do-Rite Donuts at 233 E Erie Street
Why do the ordinary bacon breakfast sandwich with egg and cheese on a bun, when you can do this:
Fresh scrambled eggs, Tillamook cheddar cheese, and applewood smoked bacon on a glazed donut.
The eggs were fluffy and moist and the donut was tart and sweet as you'd expect with buttermilk based donut," wrote one Yelp reviewer who ate the breakfast sandwich above.
Try Do Rite's very popular Vera Cruz sandwich made with jack cheese, avocado, jalapeno, tortilla strips, and mayo.
Imagine that on a glazed donut
These Do-Rite creations certainly change the way you think about breakfast sandwiches, just wait until you see how they're changing our minds about the 'fried chicken sandwich war'.
Southern fried chicken stuffed inside a sinfully decadent donut and layered with cheddar, bacon, and ranch.
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