Roy Rogers Breakfast Hours & Menu Prices

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Find What Time Roy Rogers Serves Breakfast & The Most Popular Breakfast Items

Those who live on the East Coast are familiar with the wonder that is Roy Rogers. The restaurant chain has been flipping burgers and making fried chicken since the 1960s. In some locations, Roy Rogers has expanded its menu to include breakfast food.

Named after the Hollywood cowboy, actor, and singer Roy Rogers, the restaurant serves up a side of nostalgia with every meal. The breakfast menu, though limited, has something that everyone will enjoy. Come learn why loyal customers love Roy Rogers.

Roy Rogers Breakfast Hours & Days

  • Monday – Friday: 6:00 AM – 10:30 AM
  • Saturdays: 6:00 AM – 11:00 AM
  • Sundays: 7:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Hours may vary depending on location.

Roy Rogers Breakfast Menu Items

Roy Rogers strives to give its customers a memorable experience. One way it does this is by serving up fresh ingredients. You’ll taste the quality in every bite.

The Roy Rogers breakfast menu has breakfast platters, breakfast sandwiches, and delicious sides.

The complete Roy Rogers breakfast menu is below.

Prices and options may vary on location.

  • Made from Scratch Pancakes
  • Biscuits and Gravy
  • Creamed Chipped Beef and Biscuit
  • Western Platter
  • Scrambled Egg Platter
  • Cinnamon Roll
  • Egg and Cheese Crescent
  • Sausage Egg and Cheese Crescent
  • Sourdough Ham Egg and Cheese

Roy Roger’s Most Popular Breakfast Foods

Made from Scratch Pancakes: Pancakes are a breakfast staple, and you’ll love the pancakes from Roy Rogers. The pancakes are whipped up from scratch every morning to ensure that you are getting the very best. Get it as a combo with your choice of ham, bacon, or sausage with breakfast fries and coffee, and get your day started right.

Western Platter: Roy Rogers is an expert on beef and has crafted the perfect way to eat beef for breakfast. Dried sliced beef in creamy sauce makes the perfect combination, especially when served over fluffy biscuits. The Western Platter comes with a side of eggs (try them scrambled!) and the Roy Rogers famous breakfast fries.

Cinnamon Roll: For those with a sweet tooth, try the cinnamon roll. It may not be the most filling option on the menu, but it is surely the most delicious. Soft dough is covered with cinnamon and sugar and rolled before being baked to perfection. The best part is the frosting that is spread on top. You’ll be licking your fingers to get every bit of that sweet flavor.

Sausage Egg and Cheese Crescent: Sandwiches are filling, healthy, tasty, and easy to transport. They should be eaten at any time of day, including in the mornings. The sausage egg and cheese crescent is a warm, delicious, and hearty way to start your day. The light crescent has a wonderful buttery flavor. The sandwich consists of a layer of sausage, melted cheese, and egg.