Fiddle's Lunch Box is a fantastic breakfast and lunch spot on 8th Avenue and Nob Hill.

With so many items on the menu, it gives you ample reason to return again and again to see what else they have.

This Friday morning at 6 a.m. they're part of our Seize the Dining Deal where you can grab $25 certificates for Fiddle's Lunch Box for half price.

$12.50 gets you $25 to spend on anything they have on their menu.

And what a great menu they have!

They have these mini-burritos and these breakfast burritos.
The mini-burritos were chorizo and were amazing.
The breakfast burrito in the photo was a country gravy burrito with eggs, your choice of meat (bacon, in this case) hashbrowns and country gravy. It was excellent. (eggs-cellent?)

Fiddles Lunch Box
John Riggs

They also do bagel sandwiches and paninis like these ones.
The cheddar jalapeno breakfast bagel was great.
The Spicy Maria panini was rustic bread, chipotle mayo, grilled chicken, onion, tomatoes, jalapenos, spring mix, and pepper-jack cheese.

Fiddles Lunch Box
John Riggs

The chicken taco wrap and chicken alfredo panini were huge hits at our offices.

Fiddles sandwiches yakima
John Riggs

And if you don't know what else to order, you can never go wrong with pizza. They have a few options including a pepperoni flatbread as well as a breakfast pizza.

Fiddles flatbread pizza
John Riggs

Pizza for breakfast? Yes, please!

These menu options and so many more at Fiddle's Lunch Box. Check them out on 8th ave and Nob Hill in Yakima. Great food and amazing price.

This Friday morning at 6 a.m. grab your half-price certificates when you seize the deal on this station's app.

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