Quick LI Breakfast You’ll Love

New Yorkers are always on the go, but making time for breakfast is essential. A 2013 study printed in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that people who ate breakfast had a lower risk for diseases, including heart and type 2 diabetes. But rushing to get to work often gets in the way of flipping pancakes or frying eggs before leaving the house. When on a time crunch, these spots are saving hunger pangs with a delicious yet quick Long Island breakfast.

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Better on a Bagel, Miller Place

Long Islanders love these fresh bagels, and the option to turn them into a breakfast sandwich. That includes the Hungry Man made with three eggs, bacon, ham, sausage and cheese. Not a fan of bagels? Put it on a roll, platter or opt for a morning pastry instead. Phone: 631-473-3030 | Address: 275 NY-25A #21 Click to eat

Kerber’s Farm, Huntington

Open bright and early on weekdays at 6:30am and 7:30am on weekends, Kerber’s Farm has been known for its baked goods, chickens, eggs, ice cream and fresh produce since 1941. Everything is made from scratch guaranteeing a fresh breakfast. Think a variety of egg sandwiches, including a signature made with two eggs, American cheese, bacon or ham on a cheddar buttermilk biscuit for $6.20. Muffins, scones, croissants and cheddar biscuits are also available. Phone: 631-423-4400 | Address: 309 W Pulaski Rd. Click to eat

Soul Brew, Saint James

Opened last November, Soul Brew quickly earned a reputation for its flavored brews, smoothies and its affordable food options. Make mornings more delicious with one of the breakfast burritos or Jeff’s egg quesadilla made with two eggs cooked any style, Cheddar Jack cheese, bacon and sautéed onions served with salsa and sour cream. There’s also options to make your own egg sandwich and the raved about avocado toast. Phone: 631-250-9238 | Address: 556 N Country Rd Click to eat

Local’s Cafe, Port Jefferson

This modern cafe which opened in 2016 aims to serve food with fresh, natural ingredients. The breakfast options may be few but they won’t disappoint. Customers have especially been enjoying the goat cheese & honey toast and the avocado egg toast made with toasted bread, whipped avocado, topped with sunny side eggs and home fries. Phone: 631-509-0627 | Address: 106 East Main St. Click to eat

Goldberg’s Famous Bagels, Various Locations

Around since 1949, the family-run spot has found success using a secret recipe for its bagels. There are various flavors to choose from, as well as flat and specialty bagels. Toppings even get creative with olive or jalapeño cream cheese. Breakfast, which starts at 6am, also includes breakfast eggs platters, sandwiches, French toast and pancakes. The massive muffins here are also worth the calories. Click to eat

Let There Be Bagels, Port Washington

The options are just as bountiful at Let There Be Bagels. Along with a variety of bagel flavors including blueberry, sourdough and onion, the spot is a great choice for customers with dietary restrictions. Diet bagels (75 calories or less than a regular bagel) are on the menu along with gluten-free ones. Eggs, pancakes, oatmeal and bialys are also available. Phone: 516-944-8822 | Address: 475 Port Washington Blvd Click to eat

Erik’s Breakfast & Lunch, Southold

A North Fork gem that’s perfect before a trip to the wineries, Erik’s serves a breakfast customers rave about. Egg sandwiches, whole grain pancakes, Belgian waffles and French toast are all on the menu. There are also breakfast platters including Huevos Rancheros made with refried beans, homemade salsa, avocado and tortilla chips. The best part? Nearly everything is less than $10. Keep in mind, breakfast here is only offered from 6-11am. Phone: 631-765-6264 | Address: 43715 County Road 48 Click to eat

Woodbury Country Deli, Woodbury

Generous portions make this place a breakfast winner. Through eggs, French toast and pancakes, the menu features all the typical options. But this spot is also heaven for those with a morning sweet tooth. Order a chocolate or cheese croissant, homemade crumb cake, danish or fresh baked muffins. Phone: 516-367-4180 | Address: 153 Woodbury Rd. Click to eat

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Anna Halkidis is a senior web editor at Long Island Pulse. Feel free to reach out at anna@lipulse.com or on Twitter @annahalkidis.