A restaurant that prides itself on serving “lots of food” has expanded into El Paso foreshadowing my waistline’s imminent expansion.

Weck’s, the Albuquerque-based restaurant chain known all over the state of New Mexico for its ‘full-belly tradition’ of big breakfasts and bountiful brunches, has opened its first location on El Paso’s west side.

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And fellow El Pasoans who love a good food coma and hearty breakfast plates are super-excited. One scroll through the food porn posted below should tell you why.

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Best-known for its enormous breakfast burritos, a mountain of hash browns they call the Papas, and belly-busting breakfast plates, the menu also features a variety of lunch items, including burgers, sandwiches, and salads.

And while they all look delicious, I mean, you can't go wrong with mounds of melted cheese, I'm particularly looking forward to the pancakes with chopped green Chile and bacon inside.

Get. In. My. Belly.

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The new west side location at 7019 N. Mesa next to Big Lots is the first not just in El Paso but in the state of Texas. The popular morning stop for many a New Mexican currently has 12 in the Land of Enchantment, including one in Las Cruces.

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