Fancy Pancakes & Tasty Barbacoa: Sunny Street Café Releases Winter Menu

Sunny Street Café has debuted a new winter menu, currently available at all 22 of their locations. It will be available until early March.

Known for their pancakes, their newest feature is called “It’s Your Birthday!” Pancakes – a stack of buttermilk pancakes filled with cookie crumbs, buttercream glaze and sprinkles.

“Our specialty pancakes are some of our best selling items,” says Matt Stasko, Corporate Chef for Sunny Street Café. “We knew we had something special as we developed these birthday pancakes. When you watch someone take the first bite and their eyes light up, that’s what it’s all about.”

Also new to the menu are Barbacoa Breakfast Tacos, which feature slowly simmered barbacoa beef, melted cheese and egg on a griddled tortilla. The tacos are served with a side of the barbacoa broth for dipping. 

“The Barbacoa Breakfast Tacos are our riff on Birria Tacos,” Stasko said. “We wanted to make it approachable for our guests, but still pack in a ton of flavor. These tacos are currently my favorite item, and the response has been incredible.”

Rounding out the menu is a Barbacoa Dip, utilizing the barbacoa in sandwich form, served on a chewy telera roll, with chimichurri, pickled onions, and a side of broth for dipping.

As for specialty coffee, Sunny Street has a Vanilla Cookie Cold Brew. It’s made with their house cold brew coffee, sweet cream, vanilla cold foam and topped with sprinkle cookie crumbles.  



Our fluffy buttermilk pancakes filled with homemade vanilla cookie crumbles, topped with a buttercream glaze and rainbow sprinkles.



Slow simmered barbacoa, melty cheddar and fried egg on griddled tortillas, with a cup of just for dipping & choice of side.



Hearty breakfast with featured pancakes.



Slow simmered barbacoa on a telera roll, with chimichurri, pickled onion and mayo. Comes with a cup of jus for dipping & choice of side.



House cold brew coffee with sweet cream, vanilla cold foam, and topped with sprinkle cookie crumbles.