Where to Find Breakfast Sandwiches in Buffalo, NY

By Kate Scaduto

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There’s nothing like starting your day with a delicious breakfast sandwich. Thanks to the ever-expanding breakfast sandwich scene in Buffalo, there’s plenty of options to enjoy. Check out the spots below for all your breakfast sandwich needs! 


402 Connecticut Street, Buffalo, NY

If you’re searching for endless breakfast sandwich combinations, look no further than BreadHive. This local bakery and café serves absolutely loaded breakfast sandwiches, named after pop divas like Aaliyah, Shania and Britney, made on BreadHive’s homemade bagels and bread. Their menu is packed with a variety of pastries, bread, vegan options and more.   

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Remedy House

429 Rhode Island Street, Buffalo, NY

Nestled in the heart of the Five Points neighborhood, Remedy House is well known for their “Egg on a Roll.” This simple but highly effective breakfast sandwich includes a scrambled egg with melted cheddar cheese on a tasty homemade roll. Feel free to add some bacon, sausage, prosciutto or garlic aioli to take your order to the next level. Remedy House also offers this savory sandwich on their gluten-free roll.  

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Blue Eyed Baker

33 Elm Street, East Aurora, NY

Ever tried a breakfast sandwich made with a croissant? If not, take this as your sign. The Blue Eyed Baker in East Aurora, NY has a notable selection of breakfast sandwiches that incorporate their house-made croissants, biscuits and sourdough bread into every bite.  

The Grange Outpost

4236 N. Buffalo Street, Orchard Park, NY

This charming, grab-and-go-style café features an enticing breakfast sandwich that’s served on a doughy brioche bun. You can also try the Grange Outpost’s ham, egg and cheese sandwich on a house-made English muffin, which comes complete with maple Dijon breakfast sauce.  

Braymiller Market

225 Ellicott Street, Buffalo, NY & 6936 Gowanda State Road, Hamburg, NY

With two locations to enjoy, Braymiller Market is somewhat of an unsuspecting breakfast sandwich destination. Braymiller is perfect if you’re looking for a hearty breakfast sandwich that you can enjoy on the go. Savor any breakfast sandwich combination you please on a bagel, wrap, croissant, or even a soft Costanzo’s roll. 

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Public Espresso

391 Washington Street, Buffalo, NY & 2178 Seneca Street, Buffalo, NY

Both of Public Espresso’s inviting locations feature a delicious line up of breakfast sandwiches. From a classic bacon egg and cheddar to their roasted portabella breakfast sandwich, Public has a wide variety of options to enjoy. You can even build your own breakfast sandwich to find exactly what you’re looking for.  

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40 Fountain Plaza, Buffalo, NY

This trendy eatery is located in the heart of downtown Buffalo and features a sizeable line up of breakfast options. In addition to their bagel and brioche breakfast sandwiches, Flint also serves a mouthwatering biscuit sandwich that’s sure to win you over. This includes scrambled eggs, house made sausage, cheddar cheese and hot honey all crammed on a homemade biscuit.   

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Paula’s Donuts

Multiple locations

You might be thinking… really, a donut shop? And rest assured, you won’t be disappointed. Paula’s Donuts has a delicious line up of customizable breakfast sandwiches. Each sandwich is made fresh to order on your choice of a bagel or roll. And go ahead – treat yourself to a donut, too.

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Undergrounds Coffee

580 South Park Avenue, Buffalo, NY

With their flagship store located in a former funeral home, Undergrounds Coffee (get it?) features all the breakfast sandwich classics, and more. Their all-day breakfast sandwiches, named after historical figures, includes a tasty egg and cheese sandwich with your choice of meat. Try their creations like Colonel Francisco – egg, sausage, pepperjack, housemade apricot chipotle spread on a toasted bagel, or the Tim Russert – egg, bacon, grilled cinnamon roll (made fresh from Gingersnap Bakery), housemade icing, maple syrup, and cinnamon powder.

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Multiple locations

Spot Coffee is a Buffalo institution, known for its cozy cafe atmosphere and delicious drinks and food. One of their most popular breakfast items is the Mike sandwich. This mouth-watering sandwich is made two ways – Classic (two fried eggs with melted provolone and cream cheese served on your choice of bagel, English muffin, or focaccia bread), or Special (two fried eggs with melted provolone, cream cheese, and two plant-based sausage patties served on a choice of bagel, English muffin, or focaccia bread). It’s the perfect start to any morning and a must-try for breakfast lovers visiting Buffalo.

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Costanzo’s Bakery

30 Innsbruck Drive, Cheektowaga, NY

If you know, you know. When it comes to breakfast sandwiches, Costanzo’s Bakery in Buffalo, New York is a sleeper hit. Sure, while the facility is cranking out fresh baked rolls and baked goods for grocers and restaurants around town, they make their own sandwiches right on site, too. Their freshly baked rolls are the perfect base for a variety of delicious sandwiches, including egg, cheese, bacon, sausage or even steak on their round rolls or 8-inch hoagie rolls.

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Bagel Jay’s

Multiple locations

Bagel Jay’s is a Buffalo staple, known for their delicious bagels and breakfast sandwiches. The classic bacon, egg, and cheese is a local favorite, but they offer a variety of options, including ham and chicken sausage. Each sandwich is made to order on one of more than a dozen classic and creative bagel flavors. Stop by one of their three locations in Williamsville, Snyder, and Buffalo to try one for yourself.

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Kate Scaduto

Born and raised in Amherst, proud graduate of Kent State University and beyond thrilled to share my love for Western New York as the Marketing and Social Media Specialist at Visit Buffalo Niagara!