The Olde Bridge Grill Cafe is the only place in town for breakfast. We found it reasonably quick, food quality decent, and the prices not too inflated.
My husband and I were in a bit of a rush to get to Monument Valley in time for a tour but wanted something to eat other than a protein bar. We stopped at the Olde Bridge Grill Cafe as it is the only place in town that served breakfast. Their breakfast menu is typical diner fare. My husband ordered a platter with more food than he could eat. I ordered the green chile omelet. The food came about ten to fifteen minutes after we ordered it. My husband's food was fine, but his bacon was cooked crispier than he requested. While I was excited to be in the Southwest and eat some green chiles, the omelet was so greasy that it made my stomach queasy. It was good, but just much more heavy that I was used to and expected.
The total bill for our breakfast, including drinks came out to around $25, which was reasonable. What we liked most about the Olde Bridge Grill Cafe was the location and the decor. There were several tables where you could view the San Juan River. In the morning, the sun was beaming through so brightly I had to wear my shades at our window table. Only halfway through breakfast did I notice a roll down shade right next to us. I used it, and no one complained. The decor reminded me of a canteen, and there was a framed document where you can sign your name. I was proud to sign it, as I have a feeling that not many make it out this way.
Mexican Hat, I was here!