February 9, 2023

Breakfast at 7250 Gets Your Day Started Right

By Office of Communications

Culinary Breakfast

San Diego Mesa College’s very own 72Fifty breakfast is back – and they have everything you need to start your day off right! Hours are Monday through Thursday 8:15-10:15am on the 2nd floor of Mesa Commons.


Students, faculty and staff can stop by and enjoy their delicious breakfast items. 7250 is offering a variety of fresh breakfast foods daily, such as:

Baked croissants, Baked chocolate chip scone, and 72 Fifty House Smoothies (3 Choices) w/ fresh whip cream

  • Ruby red strawberries, bananas blended w/ homemade vanilla sorbet
  • Chocolate almond mocha, chocolate chips & homemade almond sorbet
  • 72 Fifty Blast, pineapple, melon, berries, orange juice, homemade vanilla sorbet, delicious


Other menus items include:

Fruit cup, Bouquetier, melon, pineapple, berries

Fruit parfait, yogurt, fresh fruit, &berries, homemade almond granola

Acai Bowl, acai sorbet, fresh fruit, peanut butter, honey, shaved coconut, homemade granola

Avocado toast, wheat berry toast smothered w/ avocado spread, ruby red tomatoes, cilantro, garden grown jalapenos

Country French toast, butter, powder sugar, breakfast potatoes, Applewood smoked bacon

Blueberry pancakes, warm maple syrup, butter

Everybody’s got one, fried egg, Canadian bacon, cheddar cheese, English muffin

Egg white frittata, sautéed mushrooms, spinach, feta cheese, accompanied with fresh fruit


You can even build your own breakfast bowl, Wrap or Omelet w/ egg and house potatoes

Ingredient Choices: cheddar cheese, feta, bacon, ham, sausage, sautéed peppers, onions, tomatoes, spinach and mushrooms.


CYKAS?  Don’t tell anyone, but 72Fifty also has a SECRET menu item:  Huevos Rancheros!


Order in-person or online at


About the Mesa College Culinary Program: San Diego Mesa College offers the courses you need to feed your culinary passions and earn your Culinary Arts Degree or Certification. As one of only a few culinary programs in the nation that operates a classroom-driven restaurant that's open to the public, you will gain first-hand experience modeling food preparation techniques, food safety, sanitation, and menu planning while working with modern equipment in newly renovated facilities”. Read more at

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