When Does Carl's Jr. Stop Serving Breakfast?

Carl's Jr. serves an expansive and delicious-sounding breakfast menu, heavy on the sausage and biscuits. But what time does the chain stop serving breakfast?

If you're hoping to snag breakfast at Carl's Jr., you need to show up between the hours of 6 a.m. and 10:30 a.m., when they switch over to their traditional lunch menu.

Breakfast options at Carl's, Jr. include a grilled cheese breakfast sandwich with ham, sausage, or bacon; a steak or bacon and egg burrito, a biscuit with egg, cheese, and either bacon or sausage; biscuits and gravy, cinnamon swirl French toast breakfast sandwiches; and the infamous Breakfast Burger, which contains a burger patty, egg, bacon, American cheese, hash browns nuggets, and ketchup on a seeded bun.

10:30 a.m. seems to be the standard time when breakfast menus end; Wendy's stops serving breakfast at that time, as does Burger King. McDonald's used to stop serving breakfast at 10:30 before they switched to an all-day menu, and for late risers Taco Bell serves breakfast until 11.