Although pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage and hash browns traditionally are served for breakfast, some restaurants put no time restrictions on breakfast fare.
ThisWeek staffers answer the question: Should breakfast be served all day?
Dennis Laycock: I have never been more certain of anything in my life. If breakfast food is an option, I will order it 100 percent of the time.
Scott Hummel: Breakfast absolutely should be served all day. I like it on rainy and cold afternoons.
Andrew King: I push back against the "breakfast is the most important meal of the day" cliche. If I've got the option of lunch or dinner food, I'll almost never pick breakfast. So I don't think I need it all day.
Sarah Sole: Breakfast should be an option at all times.
Neil Thompson: Sure. When I was a child, my mom would make breakfast for dinner - pancakes or eggs, but always bacon - at least once a month, so sometimes it's a natural choice.
Abby Armbruster: I know I'm going to catch some grief for this, but I do not like breakfast past "brunch" time. No breakfast-for-dinner meals for me. There, I said it.
Lee Cochran: Yes, I especially like having breakfast for dinner. McDonald's tried telling us breakfast ended at 10:30 a.m., and even they've come around.
Lisa Proctor: Yes. Sometimes there is no better comfort meal than pancakes for dinner.
Nate Ellis: Why not?