Marlene’s Original Breakfast Sandwich pulls up in Tampa


Tampa is a city on the rise and on the move, and solid grab-and-go breakfast options are essential to propelling this city forward. OK, that may be a little hyperbolic, but we take our first meal seriously — and Marlene’s respects that.

The best breakfast sandwich in Tampa

The food truck features a simple BYO breakfast sandwich list. Choose from fresh cracked eggs or M.O.B.S. egg whites, and pair it with sausage, ham or bacon. Available cheeses include cheddar, American, provolone, havarti and Swiss.

Each sandwich is served on a yummy, fluffy English muffin. Pair it with a cold brew for a pitch perfect breakfast.

All sandwiches can get be finessed with chipotle aioli, maple drizzle and/or basil pesto. It’s a fresh step above the normal Dunkin’ yellow egg puck.

 

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Marlene’s Way, over-easy with extra bacon please! 🙋‍♂️

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Situated next to Loli’s Mexican Cravings

The hearty sandwiches are the creation of Marlene Clair Jurgensmeyer. Her food cart is currently set up at 10005 West Hillsborough Avenue next to Loli’s Mexican Cravings and a newly announced poke bowl concept that should be open early this year.

Best yet, these sandwiches are super affordable. Great service, great prices and towering sandwiches have earned the concept a perfect 5.0 from Facebook reviewers.

 

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You really can’t go wrong! #breakfastsandwich #breakfast #egg #bacon #freshbaked

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Perfect for early risers 

Marlene’s is open Monday through Friday from 6:30am-10am, and Saturday from 8am-11am.

Keep up with our new favorite sunrise spot by following them on Facebook and Instagram.

What’s your favorite breakfast sandwich spot in Tampa Bay? Let us know in the comments.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

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