Breakfast Food Menu:
We work hard to ensure that our ingredients are local and fresh (no highly-processed foods or ingredients). Sales tax included in all prices, prices subject to change. **Offerings and menu will change based on the location and event**
Breakfast Burrito – local, handmade tortillas stuffed with turkey sausage, scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese and chili lime seasoning. Served with local Margarita’s salsa on the side. $8.00
Breakfast Sandwich – a fried egg, turkey sausage, provolone cheese and chipotle aioli sandwiched in a brioche bun. $7.00
Breakfast Power bowl – Scrambled eggs and chopped turkey sausage laid over a bed of organic cooked quinoa. Served with salsa on the side. $9.50 (Gluten-free, dairy-free and soy-free)
Big Breakfast Platter – Scrambled eggs, turkey sausage links and two big fluffy pancakes. Served with organic 100% maple syrup. $10.00
Small Breakfast Platter – One egg (scrambled or fried) with a turkey sausage link and one big fluffy pancake. Served with organic 100% maple syrup. $5.00
Baked Goods – Each week we will serve a variety of muffins, cookies, cinnamon rolls, banana bread and more from a local Kansas City baker. Come to Big John’s Breakfast to see what we’ll be featuring this week, or check us out on Facebook or Instagram!
A la carte: Sausage (2) $2.50, Scrambled eggs (2) $3.50, Small quinoa bowl $3.75
All of our dairy products, including the milk and creamer for our hot drinks, come from Shatto Milk Company right here in Kansas City. Our coffee and espresso is from the Roasterie. All drinks can be ordered with cow’s milk, almond milk or unsweetened coconut milk. Sales tax included in all prices. Check out our drink menu below:
The Roasterie Coffee – hot – 12oz ($2.00)
The Roasterie Coffee – ICED – 16oz ($3.50)
Iced Chocolate Coffee (iced coffee with Shatto chocolate milk and vanilla syrup served over ice) ($4.75)
Mexican Mocha (our hot chocolate with one shot of espresso) – hot or iced – ($4.50)
Mexican Hot Chocolate – hot or iced – ($3.50)
Our Mexican-inspired drinks use Mexican Ibarra chocolate that we purchase from a local Mexican grocery store.