Excuse me, Flo, what's the soup du jour? Oh, it's New Mexican food. Ya, I'll have that.
Flo is best reserved for weekends. Hungover. Not hungover. Maybe it’s a nice day and you’re looking to start it off with a Bloody Mary or mimosa. Or maybe it’s gross out and you’d like to escape the cold weather and gray skies in a plate full of Christmas colored chili enchiladas. Either way, these are all ideal times to head to Noble Square for some breakfast, brunch, or lunch. Flo serves dinner too, although it's not normally when we like to go. That being said, if a hatch green chili cheeseburger sounds like it’s for you, then by all means give it a try.
Traditional New Mexican flavors are the strongpoint of Flo, and any item involving the word chorizo, huevos, enchiladas, or chili in the name is definitely worth ordering. While you can often expect a bit of a wait on weekends, it’s never crazy enough to turn you away. Plus, they've got self- serve coffee at the front of the house. It’s a nice touch.
You can go for lighter smoothies or vegetarian portabella tacos, but if you’re really looking to get down, just say f*ck it and order the Fruity or Cocoa Pebbles French toast. That’s right. French toast encrusted in your favorite childhood cereals topped with berries and potentially a little whipped cream. The sight will make the kid in you give a little "AAAHH!!! Real Monsters" scream. But like anyone under the age of 12 who consumes too much sugar, either version on your own will take its toll. Our advice is to get an order for the table as an extra dish to share.
AAAHH!!! We’re hungry.
A blend of berries, banana, peach nectar, and yogurt give this berry heavy smoothie a sweet touch.
These breakfast tacos served with scrambled eggs, portabella mushrooms, cheddar cheese, and pico de gallo might just be our favorite thing on the menu. We like to get the red chili on the side so we can manage just the right amount.
Cheese enchiladas topped with red chili sauce and fried eggs, plus black beans on the side. Feel free to get this dish with either the red chili, green chili, or the Christmas blend of both.
Cheese and chorizo enchiladas with green chili and fried eggs on top, including a side of potatoes. Oh yeah.
Corn masa serves as an English muffin substitute, over which chorizo, cheddar, cheese, and poached eggs lay. A touch of red chili gives it just the little bit of spice you need.
Nobody else serves Fruity Pebbles French toast. You probably need to try it.
OK we lied, you don’t have to order the Fruity Pebbles version, but you have to at least get one of the two.