Discover Delicious Omelets in Ellicott City

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Did you know that the average American will eat 279.2 eggs this year?

That’s a lot of omelets.

If you would like to start your morning with an omelet, visit one of these restaurants near our Ellicott City apartments where you’re sure to enjoy a delicious meal:

The Trolley Stop

The Trolley Stop, located nine minutes away, takes everyone back to 1833. It was originally a tavern before becoming a general store and boarding house. The storied building became the home of The Trolley Stop generations later, and it’s named for the trolley car that stopped outside between 1889 and 1955. Breakfast is served daily, and there’s something for everyone. Try the Wisconsin omelet. This delicious dish features country ham, extra sharp cheese, mushrooms, broccoli, and shallots. 

Old Mill Cafe

The Old Mill Cafe is the perfect place to connect with friends and neighbors. It’s the site of many celebrations and book club meetings, and visitors can also relax on the couch while listening to live acoustic music. The chefs prepare the meals from scratch, and their offerings can be enjoyed with a steamed coconut milk latte. Diners can build their own omelets with turkey, Swiss cheese, Canadian bacon, and other fine ingredients. Old Mill Cafe is just nine minutes away by car.

Waterside Restaurant

Surrounded by spectacular views of Lake Kittamaqundi, the Waterside Restaurant offers an experience to remember. Executive Chef Kenny Johnson began cooking at a young age with his mother and grandmother. His first restaurant job was at the Suburban Club of Baltimore County, and it’s where his true passion for cooking was ignited. The menu features an array of morning favorites, including the Maryland Chesapeake omelets. They’re made with crab meat, and the choice of cheddar, Swiss, or American cheese. Waterside Restaurant is a 10-minute drive away.

Along with these breakfast eateries, our Ellicott City, MD apartments are also near premier shopping destinations and world-class attractions. To call our community home, please contact us. We’d love to give you a tour. 

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