Newton’s Noodles Launching Breakfast Next Week

1129 20th Street, NW

From a press release:

Newton’s Noodles CEO & Executive Chef Dennis Friedman has been using his noodle: Starting December 2, 2013, his new fast-casual eatery will become DC’s one-stop-shop for the most important meal of the day. Between 7am – 10am, Monday through Friday, Friedman’s new concept will feature a breakfast menu, combining a signature dish and build-your-own options. It’s the only place in town where breakfast is made fresh-to-order right in front of the guest.

The breakfast menu stays true to the restaurant’s informal dining atmosphere through personalized bites. The build-your-own omelette or scramble ($2.99) allows breakfast-goers to customize their meal with a pick of three fresh vegetables, including bell peppers, bean sprouts and asparagus. Bacon, sausage, and cheese are add-ons that round out the food groups. For a more hearty option, the bespoke breakfast can be put on a bagel or croissant for an additional $1.50. Potatoes, bacon and sausage are available as sides. Guests can also opt for Friedman’s signature Loco Moco ($4.75): white or brown rice, an option of bacon, sausage, or turkey sausage and topped with a sunny-side-up egg. Pair coffee with the signature Pattycake, created by Friedman’s wife Patty, for a sweeter take on breakfast.”

3 Comment

  • “Bespoke breakfast”? That’s a thing now?

  • lindz0722

    I was just thinking this week that it’s a shame there aren’t any(?) places that can make a quick and cheap breakfast that doesn’t involve bread. Had a scramble at Corner Bakery and it was $8, which seems a little high. If only Newtons Noodles was closer to my office!!

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