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Rosie's Country Kitchen, located on Auburn Boulevard, is one of three links in the Rosie's chain of restaurants, in the Sacramento area.  The Auburn Boulevard location is the newest Rosie's, as it has risen like a phoenix from the defunct Western Coffee Pot of days gone by.  Rosie's Country Kitchen is quite unique, in that their menu offers typical American "comfort food" selections, but their dinner menu adds Indian cuisine.  Rosie's Country Kitchen is serious about breakfast, as items from the breakfast menu are served anytime the restaurant is open.


Photo:  Veteran's Day, November 11, 2011 was the day the Sacramento Breakfast Club chose to dine for the first time at Rosie's Country Kitchen.  You will probably notice that the building has received a fresh coat of white paint, a sign, but it looks almost the same as it did in its Western Coffee Pot days.


Photo:  Rosie's is a magnet, and a gathering for local diners, who appreciate a fine breakfast, and the main dining room features a horseshoe-shaped counter with raised seating, with lots of stools.  When you stand up, you feel as tall as Paul Bunyan.  The dining room's decor is quite dated, and outside of a fresh coat of paint, new pictures and new knick knacks, it probably hasn't changed since the 1970's.


Photo:  Our friendly server, Jenny, delivers breakfast to the table, as today's members of the Sacramento Breakfast Club eagerly anticipate another delicious breakfast.


Photo:  Our friendly server, Jenny, holds up David's friend's plate of bacon, hash brown potatoes and three eggs, cooked sunnyside up, as Jenny's mom presents Gerry's Chicken Fried Steak special breakfast.  These ladies were very gracious hostesses, and were very pleased that I asked to take their photo.


Photo:  Today's members of the Sacramento Breakfast Club, from left to right, Eric Rench, David DeMario, David's friend, who requested not to be named, Betty Townsend and Gerry Townsend.  Our server, Jenny, took this great photo.


Photo:  Gerry and I both ordered the $4.95 Chicken Fried Steak breakfast special, which included two eggs, cooked any way you like 'em - Gerry and I both chose over easy - the chicken fried steak, covered in delicious gravy, and a generous helping of homestyle potatoes.  Not shown is the plate of sourdough toast.  Coffee was extra, of course, but by the time I got done with the breakfast, coffee - I must have enjoyed a dozen cups of coffee over the two hours we enjoyed at Rosie's - and California State sales Tax, my bill came to $7.20.  How can you top that for such a great breakfast?  I gave Jenny a 10-spot and told her to keep the change.

How can you beat the $4.95 Chicken Fried Steak breakfast special, offered on weekday mornings?  You can't... Not only is the breakfast bargain-basement priced, it's delicious, cooked perfectly, made from fresh ingredients, and it's served in a timely manner by friendly, local people.  Other items on the breakfast menu are value priced... Rosie's Country Kitchen serves delicious breakfast in Citrus Heights!

Rosie's Country Kitchen
6233 Auburn Blvd.
Citrus Heights, CA 95621
877 469-8717

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