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#1 Breakfast Burritos in Orange County: Best Places Nearby


Truth be told, there's lots of places for a tasty breakfast burrito in Orange County. One could spend some time scouring the Web or Yelp trying to decide where to go. Sure there are innumerable top ten lists but are they current?

  • Locally Owned

  • Casual Atmosphere

  • Fast Friendly Service

The Hangout serves the best Breakfast burritos in Orange County, CA for value and service. The kind that you want to roll out of bed for!

All ingredients are freshly made.

Our friendly staff makes it worth the drive. Whether you're fueling up for a hike in Seal Beach or catching a movie at Bella Terra; all the staples are here: protein, veggies. bread.

It's also a good choice for fast hangover recovery on Sundays.

For breakfast burritos in Orange County off the 405 and PCH, we're convenient to Long Beach, Westminster, Sunset Beach, and Bella Terra. Although it's falls into fast food, it's not without nutrition. 

Fresh scrambled eggs, potatoes, sausage, cheese, tomato, and diced onion. All this goodness is tightly wrapped in a flour tortilla with a side of sour cream and salsa. 

Loved eating here! They have a lot of breakfast options and the service is great! I had a breakfast burrito and was very satisfied with it :) it's also right across the street from the beach and you can sit by the window for a great view!.

—Lizzy M, Fullerton,CA


Enjoy a breakfast burrito in Seal Beach with ocean views from 7:00 am daily. Located in downtown, we're steps to the iconic pier.

With Main Street outside our door, there's over 150 stores to explore. It's a relaxing way to spend an afternoon or early evening.

  • 180º Ocean Views

  • Daily Food & Drink Specials

  • Award-Winning Bartender

With TVs throughout, stay up to date with the lastest sports. Free parking options exist on main street and nearby. From Long Beach, it's 7 miles. Join from 7:00 am daily.


For the best breakfast burritos in Huntington Beach, visit Hangout Too. It's near Bella Terra and Harbour Mall. Eat inside in a comfortable booth or outside on the patio. 

  • Outdoor Bar & Patio

  • Daily Food Specials

  • Free Parking Without Validation

Hangout Too is one of the very few pet friendly restaurants in HB. Ditch the parking hassles and catch the game with a local crowd. Enjoy Free parking with no time restrictions.

There's no better place for breakfast burritos in Huntington Beach that's more relaxing. With the all sports package, watch MLB, NFL, or NHL. On Sundays, our amazing Bloody Mary Happy hour happens all day. Free parking without validation.

See why we're of the best spots for a late morning breakfast.

Places with Breakfast Burritos Nearby

Looking for where to get breakfast burritos near you? We have places in the north west part of OC right off the 405 and PCH.

The Hangout Restaurant & Beach Bar
901 Ocean Avenue
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Tel:(562) 431-4888
Hours: Mon-Sun 7:00am-12:00am
Cuisine: New American
Payment: Accepts Cash, Visa, MasterCard,
Discover, Amex cards
Price Range:$$11-30
Large Groups For Breakfast: Call Ahead
Reservations: Not Needed
Sports TV: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes


  • Free on Main Street for 2 hours.

  • Pier Parking

  • A. $3.00 for 2 hours
    B. All day for $6

  • Free on 8th/Central Ave: 5pm-10pm, 6 min. walk

  • Free at Marina Community Park: 12 min. walk

Fountain Valley/ Huntington Beach

Hangout Too Southern Bar & Grill
16446 Bolsa Chica St
Huntington Beach, CA 92649
Tel: (657) 204-9306
Hours: Mon-Sun 11:30am to 11:00pm
Cuisine: New American
Payment: Accepts Cash, Visa, MasterCard,
Discover, Amex cards
Price Range: $$ 11-25
Group Breakfast: Yes, Call Ahead
Reservations: Not Needed
Sports TV: Yes
Take Out: Yes

History And Invention Of The Burrito

Who invented the breakfast burrito is certainly not clear. What is clear is that consensus among journalists and bloggers is that originated in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 

Most give credit to Tia Sophia who claims it happened in the early to mid 1970s. Pasatiempo, a arts and culture magazine was convinced by it's authenticity on a visit in 2016.

Written by

Nicholas McDonough

Nicholas is a senior contributor to The Hangout Blog living in Southern California.Connect with Nicholas on Google+