Piccadilly Breakfast Hours & Menu Prices

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Find What Time Piccadilly Serves Breakfast & The Most Popular Breakfast Items

If you love big breakfasts, head to Picadilly’s. They have a weekend all-you-can-eat breakfast menu! That means you can sleep in longer and still have the breakfast of your dreams without all the work of making it yourself!

One low price gets you access to unlimited pancakes, eggs, bacon, and more.  Omelets are made to order, as are things like pancakes and waffles so you can have them fresh off the griddle and piping hot.

Picadilly’s Breakfast Hours and Days

  • Saturday-Sunday

Hours vary by location. Please check with your local Picadilly’s to verify.

Picadilly’s Breakfast Menu Items

Since this restaurant is based in the southern states, it’s no wonder that grits and biscuits and gravy are staples on the menu.  Many of the dishes are already prepared and ready for you to eat, while others can be ordered just the way you like them and served fresh. For example, you can order a hot stack of pancakes and snack on some cereal, pastries, or fresh fruit while you’re waiting.

The best thing about all you can eat breakfast is that you can try a little of everything and then have seconds of your favorites.

Buffet Price: $8.00 (Price may vary by location. Please check with your local Picadilly’s to verify.) Includes:

  • Bacon
  • Biscuits
  • Cheese Grits
  • Cold Bar (such as fresh fruit, assorted cereal, etc)
  • Cook Station (pancakes, French toast, waffles)
  • Ham Steaks
  • Hash Browns
  • Omelet Station
  • Pastries
  • Grits
  • Sausage Gravy
  • Sausage Link
  • Scrambled Eggs

Picadilly’s Most Popular Breakfast Foods

Omelet Station: Made to order omelets are the best. Choose from ingredients like bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, bacon, sausage, ham, and cheese to craft the perfect omelet, then add sour cream or salsa on top if you’d like.

Biscuits: Pile on some sausage gravy and you have a hearty breakfast already. Picadilly’s biscuits are fluffy and baked to that just-right golden-brown color you’ll love. It’s a perfect start to any day.

Cheese Grits: Mix things up a bit and go for cheese grits. They’re just as creamy as the original recipe, but with the added joy of melted cheese.

Bacon: It’s hardly surprising to find bacon on a list of favorites. Picadilly’s uses smoked slices of bacon and cooks it until it’s the perfect balance of crispy and delicious. And in case you forgot, you can eat as much of it as you want, so it’s basically a dream come true.