Shrimp and grits – Novy Restaurant

Shrimp and grits - Novy Restaurant
Poached eggs, creamy grits, sauteed shrimp, bacon, red bell pepper, paprika. $16
Novy Restaurant, San Francisco CA

Mmm, I loved this dish since there was SO sauce over the grits. The poached eggs were an added yolk-y bonus on top! Yum!

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Fried eggs and bacon – Staks Pancake Kitchen

Fried eggs and bacon - Staks Pancake Kitchen
Eggs over medium, gouda grits, biscuit with a side of gravy. $8.95
Staks Pancake Kitchen, Memphis TN

This was a nice and simple breakfast, but pretty tasty. I loved the grits and the gravy was yummy too!

San Diegan open face omelet – Brother Juniper’s

San Diegan open face omelet - Brother Juniper's
A bed of sour cream and home fries, topped with sautéed portobellos, tomatoes green onions, with bacon, feta and cheddar cheese. Served with grits, biscuit, and honey. $12.95
Brother Juniper’s, Memphis TN

Omg, there was SO much food on this plate! I couldn’t begin to finish everything especially since it was a pretty heavy breakfast. The omelet was really tasty though and I loved the creamy grits. Noms!

2 eggs and sausage breakfast – Blue Plate Cafe

2 eggs and sausage breakfast - Blue Plate Cafe
Eggs over medium, sausage patties, grits, biscuits and gravy. $8.59
Blue Plate Cafe, Memphis TN

Omg, food in Memphis is definitely cheaper than in San Francisco. This was SO much food for less than nine bucks. It definitely isn’t the healthiest food – I mean the give you extra butter for the grits AND the biscuits and gravy, lol! It’s definitely flavorful though.

Biscuits and gravy - Blue Plate Cafe

Bbq shrimp and grits – Brown Sugar Kitchen

Bbq shrimp and grits - Brown Sugar Kitchen
With brown sugar butter and apple cider syrup. $15
Brown Sugar Kitchen, Oakland CA

I’m still annoyed by the ridiculously long wait that we had to endure and the bad service we encountered at this place, when the food wasn’t even amazing enough to make up for it. This bbq shrimp was super sweet and became nauseating after eating it for a while. Needless to say, I didn’t finish. This place also uses Barilla pasta, an blatantly anti-LGBT company. Definitely not returning…