The Bread and Honey House

A small neighborhood gem situated in Arcadia, The Bread and Honey House is a buzzing family-owned and -operated brunch spot serving up American favorites alongside Mexican staples. The cozy restaurant is renowned for its award-winning chilaquiles, specialty horchata flights and beer-battered fish tacos. 

The Bread and Honey House in Arcadia has been a staple since 2019, bringing the vibrant neighborhood a fresh take on traditional brunch favorites. Owner and chef Javier Perez had been working as a chef for over 15 years before he opened the brunch haven with his family, focusing on creating fresh items with a little something for everyone on the menu. 

The brunch spot offers an intimate yet energetic atmosphere reminiscent of early morning breakfast with loved ones at home. The restaurant features a rustic design, with wood elements, black metals, chalkboards and an assortment of murals and neon signs that further liven the dining space. 


The stellar menu, curated by Chef Javi himself, directly reflects the vibrant interior, with an assortment of plates to suit every visitor’s palate. A few highlights of the lineup include the award-winning chilaquiles, with fried corn tortillas, fresh guajillo chili, pasilla roasted salsa, crema, cotija cheese, onion and egg; French toast with three half slices of Texas brioche drenched in a creamy batter with notes of hazelnut and vanilla; and the lunch staple, Eli’s Fish Tacos, with Modelo Blanco beer-battered white fish, flour tortillas, honey-chipotle coleslaw, cotija cheese, cilantro and fire-roasted salsa. 


No brunch is complete without a few boozy sips, and The Bread and Honey House does not disappoint with an assortment of alcoholic concoctions. The horchata flight (which can be ordered without alcohol) is a must to try, with flavors including strawberry, espresso, traditional and dulce de leche or, for something more bubbly, spring for the mimosa flight, with mango, peach, strawberry and tangerine flavors. Other cocktail options include the Paloma, espresso martini, Cantarito and margaritas. 

The Bread and Honey House is open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, visit

4801 E. Indian School Rd. Ste. 4
Phoenix, AZ 85018

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