Savannahians are currently living their best lives in regards to the handheld meal. Whether you prefer old-school or trendy, Savannah is killing it in the breakfast sandwich department. But as with any food item, some rise above the rest. Here’s a roundup of some of our readers favorite to-go breakfast sandwiches worth getting out of bed for.

Big Bon Bodega | 2011 Bull Street

Big Bon’s classic lox with lemon caper cream cheese, fresh onions, cucumber and arugula on everything bagel is so good you might actually go back to bed so you can get up and do it again!

Finches Sandwiches & Sundries | 2600 Mechanics Avenue

Meet the Breakfast Trip. Egg, sautéed mushrooms & onions with melted cheese on Auspicious Baking Co. toast. But that’s not all…another crowd favorite served by Finches is their egg salad sandwich.  Nothing wrong with a two-fisted breakfast sandwich morning.

 

Midtown Deli and Bagel Shop | 7805 Abercorn St. Suite 18

Chose any bagel of your choice and make a delicious breakfast sandwich. All bagels are freshly baked and boiled. Check out this dangerously loaded sandwich. Fresh everything bagel, topped with cheddar cheese, bacon, sausage, ham and egg. They guarantee you’ll be full after this breakfast AND it’s available all day long.

 

Cafe M | 128 E. Bay St.

Cafe M’s Breakfast Sandwich on a Croissant receives very high praise from Scout Readers. Their signature scrambled eggs are light and fluffy; and when served on a croissant is by far the most popular item on their menu. It is customizable to your specific palette. You can add cheese (cheddar, mozzarella, brie, swiss) and choose your favorite protein (bacon, turkey, ham, prosciutto). It’s delicious any time of day not just for breakfast!

Fancy Parkers | 222 Drayton St.

The chicken biscuit is one of Savannah’s favorite ways to start the day. Their fresh, never frozen chicken, plus home made biscuit with the toppings of your choice such as mustard, hot sauce, honey or jelly can be yours for $4.00 or 2/$4.00 with Parkers rewards.

Franklin’s | 5 West Liberty St.

What do you get when you have thick cut bacon, scrambled eggs, aged cheddar and avocado between 2 Belgian style waffles?  A waffle egg sandwich from Franklin’s that you won’t be forgetting anytime soon.