Branch our from your usual cereal and toast and treat yourself to a slap-up breakfast.
Breakfast Week (an initiative to promote the benefits of eating a healthy breakfast) only comes around once a year, after all.
So if you're looking to splash out on something special this week, take a look at just some of the places you can visit across the North East and what we think you should try!
READ MORE: Breakfast Week: What is this campaign all about?
Where do you fancy going from this list, and what will you order when you get there?
Cafe Eighteen, Sunderland: A hash brown, mushroom and cheese sandwich. (£2.50)
Bill's, Durham: Eggs Royale - poached eggs, smoked salmon, hollandaise sauce, seeds and toasted English muffin. (£7.95)
Quay Ingredient, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cinnamon pancakes. (£3.45)
Pappa Caffs, Hartlepool: Mexi Beni Muffin - topped with crispy bacon, poached egg and salsa. (£5)
Village Delights, South Shields: French toast - two slices of bread soaked in egg and served crispy fried. (£2.95)
Good Apple, Sunderland: Small vegan - avocado on toast, handmade veggie sausage, grilled mushrooms, garlicy cherry tomatoes, hash brown and baked beans. (£5.10)
Saddlers, Durham: Breakfast wrap - scrambled egg, sausage and hash brown. (£5.50)
The Clifton, South Shields: All day breakfast - bacon, sausage, egg, grilled tomato, mushrooms, beans and toast. Includes tea and coffee. (£4.95)