They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and for us huskies, most of the time that means heading to a UConn dining hall so we can prepare ourselves for that dreaded morning lecture.

Whether it's for a full plate of food or for a quick grab of something to eat, each dining hall offers a unique experience, and what better way to describe them than through different types of breakfast meals?

Northwest:  An Omelette with Sausages

potato, cheese
Cara Waterman

With an omelette bar at your disposal, Northwest is an awesome place to start off your day. You can even try making an omelette bagel breakfast sandwich!

Sandwich or not, there's no resisting the need to sit down and enjoy your breakfast when you're at Northwest, especially with that daunting hill heading towards the center of campus.

North: A Lox Bagel

seafood, tomato, salmon, fish, vegetable, cheese
Cara Waterman

North is one of the best places to go for comfort food or great meals made right in front of you.

It's also one of the best places you can go to try making things out yourself, like this lox bagel with cream cheese, salmon, red onion and strawberries on the side.

It's a great place to appreciate the start of your day with something a little more creative than a cup of coffee.

McMahon: Francesinha Sandwich Plate

bacon, toast
Cara Waterman

McMahon - The home of international meals we try out, but we eventually always choose to have some margherita pizza before we leave.

A Francesinha sandwich is a sandwich from Portugal that includes bread, ham, meat, and cheese.

Leave it to McMahon to have us try something we've never heard of while we're still half-asleep.

South: Iced Coffee and Donuts

chocolate, sweet
Cara Waterman

South is the one dining hall where you know you can get iced coffee done right.

It's also the place to get something sweet before heading off to your morning class. Try enjoying the sunrise with some donuts next time you're there for breakfast.

Whitney: Scrambled Eggs with Cheese, Potatoes and Fruit

cream, pastry, dairy product, cake, chocolate, sweet
Cara Waterman

This small dining hall is the place to go when you need something healthy without the temptation of comfort food.

Every morning, Whitney will have it's yummy scrambled eggs with cheese, some kind of potatoes, and fruit to satisfy your breakfast needs; and if you want more breakfast food, Whitney has breakfast for late night every week night. The morning sun never sets on Whitney.

Putnam: Blueberry Muffins and Juice

yogurt, strawberry, berry, smoothie, juice, sweet
Cara Waterman

The UConn dining hall that's trying its best to keep up with the rest of them.

Putnam keeps things fresh with a juice bar and healthy options in hopes of reminding them it's a dining hall option on campus.

Despite not being as popular as the other well-known dining halls, it's a nice spot to go if you're looking for a stylish and aesthetic place to eat.

Buckley: Grandma's Waffles

apple, grape, vegetable
Cara Waterman

Buckley is the chill and homey dining hall on campus.

It's quiet, and not a lot of people go there, but it's food is reminiscent of grandma's cooking.

From waffles, to an abundance of fruit, to quiches, Buckley is the place to be if you want to add a little love to your breakfast.

Towers: Pancakes

Cara Waterman

Unless you live at Towers, it's a bit of a hike to get up there just for breakfast, so be sure to treat yourself when you do.

Towers is a great dining hall for options you don't get to eat very often, and it's not everyday you get to have chocolate chip or berry-covered pancakes, so enjoy it.

Cara Waterman

Whether you hate North dining or love McMahon dining, we all know each UConn dining hall has a unique experience to offer, and we can get some pretty crazy stories out of them too.

I daresay you're not a real husky until you've tried each one at least once.