There are a crazy amount of restaurants and eateries in Ft Lauderdale, serving cuisines from all across the world. If you're looking for some simple, quality, fast-breaking grub, then check out these best breakfast places in the city.

1. O-B House 999 × 667

O-B House prides itself on offering thoughtful food; cooked from scratch using the very best fresh, organic, and locally sourced ingredients. They are open from 9 am till 2.30 pm every day except Mondays, and you can find them at 333 Himmarshee Street. O-B offers some tasty breakfast staples, plus a few creative twists. The menu includes a range of oven-baked pancakes like blueberry pancakes, Fresh Florida Shrimp and Gruyere, and Fresh Florida Corn. Try some fresh Mahi in an omelet or with scrambled eggs.

There are also full-cooked breakfast plates, poached eggs, breakfast hashes, omelets, biscuit sandwiches, and granola.  For beverages, there are freshly squeezed OJ. Plus, a range of sodas, espresso-based coffees, and teas.

2. Lester's Diner

First opened in 1967, this old-school-style fifties diner is a family-run business serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and freshly baked goods 24 hours a day. Their breakfast menu uses farm-fresh eggs and features American cooked breakfasts, pancakes, eggs benedict, biscuits and gravy, steak and eggs, bagels, skillets, quinoa bowls, salmon, waffle sandwiches, breakfast sandwiches, toasts, muffins, and stuffed croissants.

Their drink menu features their famous giant 14 oz coffee, teas, juices, milkshakes, beers, and wines. Always drink responsibly and do not drink and drive.

3. Moonlite Diner

Open early (8 am) till late (9/10 pm), this fifties-style the diner is the perfect Instagrammable breakfast spot. They serve wholesome, old-fashioned American fayre, plating up huge portions for affordable prices. Breakfast is served all day. The menu includes hash and eggs, breakfast bowl, T-Bone steak and eggs, breakfast steak wrap, pancakes, and croissant French toast. Customers can also build their own omelet and choose from a selection of benedicts. Beverages include sodas, filter coffee, espresso-based coffees, juice, beer, and wine.

Don't miss out on their milkshakes. They come in a range of flavors, such as brownie; and chocolate, peanut butter, and banana. You can find the Moonlite Dinner at 6201 North Andrews Avenue.

4. Top Hat Deli

Located at 415 NE 3rd Street and open from 8 am till 3 pm seven days a week, Top Hat serves breakfast, brunch, and lunch. This popular spot serves a range of breakfast options with everything baked and prepared fresh instore. Popular dishes include the Nova Lox Bagel, matzo scramble with walnut cinnamon sugar, Good Morning Ramen, challah french toast, and Gravlax Platter.

Their beverage menu includes bottomless filter coffee, cold brews, espresso-based coffees, teas, shakes, a list of wines, kombucha, and beer on tap. Plus, they offer a range of cocktails, including brunch favorites like mimosas, bellinis, and the Loaded Deli Mary.

If you love a good breakfast, then don't stop there. Explore the city and discover your own personal favorite breakfast spot. Stop by Pines Lincoln and check out our range of new and pre-owned vehicles. We'd love to hear about your new favorite breakfast eateries.