Steak & Eggsbreakfast, so the hearty steak and eggs is something to satisfy big appetites in a Fort Worth restaurant. Chef Point Café serves up a mean Texas breakfast that can chase those munchies away. This dish comes with a 12-ounce rib eye and two eggs, cooked just the way you please and is served with hash browns and toast. This morning meal has a unique history and is favored by outdoorsman of all types and even celebrities.
This nourishing, American breakfast got its start in the late 1800s. Some historians believe farmers began serving steak and eggs for breakfast because manual laborers needed food to maintain energy levels. Such a generous portion of protein may have been served to stave off hunger, prevent the need for breaks and keep ranch hands working hard until the next meal. Another theory involves the quintessential picture of the rugged Westerner, the cowboy. These hardy guys would make fires with cow chips then cook eggs in cast iron skillets. Steaks could be cooked right along side eggs or grilled atop the fire on grates.
Steak and eggs has long been a favorite of those whose life revolved around farming or ranching of some sort. Is it any wonder that this get-you-going breakfast appeals to various outdoor types as well? Hikers, backpackers, campers, scouts and other adventurous types often prefer this filling dose of protein to the boring granola bar. After stopping at a Fort Worth restaurant, diners can enjoy the energizing benefits of hearty breakfast throughout the rest of the day.
Eating steak and eggs may be the first step on the road of success. This Fort Worth restaurant favorite is known to be the first choice of world-class athletes, astronauts, business tycoons and celebrities alike. Charlize Theron even keeps her knockout figure by indulging in this meat-lover's delight. “I love red meat. For breakfast, it's steak and eggs,” says Theron. Another academy award winning actress, Hilary Swank, reportedly ordered steak and eggs in Malibu. It seems this morning combo really does have the right stuff.
So bring those-Texan size appetites down to Chef Point Café for steak and eggs. This Fort Worth restaurant really knows how to do breakfast right on a Saturday morning. And don't worry, if temptation doesn't get the best of them, diners always have the option of getting boxes.