San Antonio’s The Hayden expands hours to offer new Jewish deli-inspired breakfast menu

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The Hayden's new Mangonada Overnight Oats, loaded with pepitas and dried cranberries. - FACEBOOK / THE HAYDEN
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  • The Hayden's new Mangonada Overnight Oats, loaded with pepitas and dried cranberries.
Neighborhood cafe The Hayden this weekend unveiled expanded hours and a new breakfast menu inspired by Jewish deli fare. Among the offerings: a breakfast sando and layered pancakes.

The eatery, which bills itself as “a South Texas diner with an old-school Jewish delicatessen soul,” will introduce the new hours Wednesday, July 21. Breakfast items, created by Executive Chef Bill Corbett will be available Tuesday through Friday from 8-11 a.m.



A Saturday Facebook post shared images of biscuits and gravy topped with a fried egg, a Mangonada Overnight Oats bowl loaded with pepitas and dried cranberries, and a bacon, egg and arugula breakfast sandwich.

The diner, which opened on SA’s Broadway corridor last fall, also serves lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.



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