You’re at this cash-only breakfast spot on PCH for one reason - the carne asada breakfast burrito with avocado. It’s the perfect way to start a slow-moving weekend when you’re near the ocean. There will probably be a line (you’re not going to be the only one here trying to make your head hurt a little less), but service is quick and the coffee is great.
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