The Breakfast of Champions

Randy's Restaurant

Randy's Restaurant is tucked away, off the main road.

Man can not live on barbeque alone. I know, it’s hard to accept, but take a deep breath and don’t worry because we’ve got you covered.

It’s all about breakfast today at The Lexingtonian, and not just any breakfast, either. We are talking about the breakfast of champions, of kings, at Randy’s Restaurant. Randy’s is located in Welcome off of Old Highway 52, a five minute drive from Uptown Lexington.Randy’s is just a small unassuming little building, there are no frills here and don’t expect to be seated.

The All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast spread

The All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast spread

Randy’s offers breakfast all day, for those who are truly hungry the only option is the All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast for $6.99. This plate includes all the eggs a person could ever want, bacon, sausage patties and links, grits, hashbrowns, pancakes, biscuits and toast, and biscuits slathered in gravy. You can pretty much order anything off the breakfast menu. The great thing about Randy’s is that they don’t skimp on the quality of your breakfast even though the quantity can be a little overwhelming. You are going to get a homestyle Southern breakfast for a more than affordable price. Sharing is allowed and your coffee is constantly filled, you never have to ask for a refill. Don’t be shy when you get this breakfast because you can just keep ordering.

The eggs

Eggs, bacon, and sausage. Oh My!

The restaurant is the second Randy’s in the area. The first is located outside of Lexington on Highway 64, it was opened by Randy Kennedy in 1997. Kennedy started opened this second location in Welcome and sold it to his youngest brother, Michael, in 2005. Their mother Janice works as a waitress at the Welcome location. Randy’s is great for lunch and dinner but if it’s breakfast that you crave, it’s one of the best places in the area to fill up. No matter what you order off the breakfast menu remember to come hungry.

-Cindia Gonzalez

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5 Comments

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5 responses to “The Breakfast of Champions

  1. Donna Leonard

    Awsome review. Makes me want to check it out when I get there in April. Are they open on Sundays? What are their business hours?

  2. Luis Gonzalez

    dam!!!! I’m here in the desert eating dry camel and you put these pictures, how dare you????

  3. dried camel? really? I’d probably eat that.

    • Luis Gonzalez

      No you don’t, its awful; it taste like chicken!!
      I’m kidding, is just a little chewy or so I hear.

      • Hey, you should probably try it and find out what it’s all about. Don’t forget to tell all our brothers in arms overseas about The Lexingtonian. It’s a little slice of back home realness.

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