If you’re looking for a more unique twist on classic breakfast foods, look no further than Morning Glass Coffee. Even when it is busy, visitors love the sense of calm Morning Glass offers with its open-air layout and chill music. It’s also close to Manoa Marketplace and farmer’s market, so grab your Oahu coffee and breakfast before heading out shopping.
A Unique Menu
You won’t find Morning Glass’s menu items anywhere else. For breakfast, pair your Oahu coffee with creme brulee oatmeal—steel-cut oats seasoned with sweet spices and topped with caramelized brown sugar and fresh fruit.
Would you ever think mac and cheese paired well with pancakes? At this cafe, they fit together like two peas in a pod. Try the mac and cheese pancakes, two pancakes filled with elbow macaroni and aged Vermont cheddar. Take the decadence even further and add applewood smoked bacon to your pancakes.
Visitors love pairing their pour overs with the simple, classic egg-a muffin, a homemade English muffin with applewood smoked bacon, tomato jam, an over easy Kalei egg, gruyere cheese, and baby arugula.
Lunch is a mouth-watering selection of sandwiches on fluffy ciabatta bread. The grilled gruyere pairs the delicious cheese with caramelized onions. You have the option to add prosciutto or ali’i mushrooms, a locally grown mushroom that offers a mild, nutty flavor. Customers also love the grilled ham and apple with Kurabota ham, apple slices, caramelized onions, cheddar and mustard. Kurabota ham is a high-grade ham that’s known for its marbling.
Of course, just ordering coffee is a good reason to come to Morning Glass. They feature a daily Hawaiian brew, house-made syrups, and a selection of hot and iced teas. Customers also love the Vietnamese iced coffee.
Visiting Morning Glass For Some Oahu Coffee
Morning Glass often gets busy, so you can order out for a private picnic on the beach. Morning Glass is located 40 minutes away in Honolulu. The cafe serves breakfast from 7 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Monday through Friday and lunch 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.