Only a select few Dairy Queen locations serve breakfast but when you find one that does it’s worth a stop. Dairy Queen’s breakfast menu is packed with biscuits and gravy, eggs that actually seem like they came from chickens, and burritos made with tortillas less chewy and stale tasting than most other fast food chains.
If you order before breakfast ends but finish eating afterwards, ice cream is a great way to finish up your first meal if your doctor has told you to work on increasing your insulin resistance.
Dairy Queen stops serving breakfast at 10:30 am on weekdays and 11:00am on weekends. The breakfast menu is opened as soon as the restaurant opens in the morning, which can vary between 5:00am and 7:30am depending on the location. Dairy Queens in more highly populated areas tend to open earlier.
For those looking for a quick answer, Dairy Queen stops serving breakfast at 10:30am on weekdays and 11:00am on weekends.