Breakfast in Grand Rapids
Start your day off right with a hale and hearty morning meal at one of the city's best breakfast spots. Light eater? Try one of our award-winning coffee shops!
Biggby Coffee. This Michigan-based franchise offers 20 or so locations within 10 miles of downtown Grand Rapids. Coffee, tea, smoothies, fresh-baked goodies and more.
Brandywine. Two convenient locations pack ‘em in for breakfasts and brunches at Branywine-Eastown and Brandywine-Beltline locations.
Cherie Inn. A casual European café serving gracious breakfasts and lunches since 1929.
Omelette Shoppe. Two locations known for making omelets and baked goods with the freshest ingredients available.
One Trick Pony. Features a farm to table selection of breakfast items and pizzas and entrees. Open 11am - 4pm. In the summer, One Trick Pony has a pet friendly patio and the dogs receive a smoked marrow bone and water dish.
Pearl Street Grill. Tuscan decor and a relaxed environment in the downtown's Holiday Inn, ensures that patrons are comfortable and a menu featuring a delicious variety of American cuisine is sure to please. Don't forget that kids eat free!
San Chez. Offers breakfast 7 days a week with fair trade coffees and whole leaf teas.
Six.One.Six. A farm-to-table breakfast buffet featuring made-to-order omelets and waffles, homemade yogurt parfaits, fresh fruit, a charcuterie board, breakfast meats and breads - along with a full-service bar - in a sophisticated yet friendly atmosphere.
Sundance Grill and Bar. BLT Bloody Marys, Pama Mimosas, Taquitos & Eggs, Huevos Rancheros, Huge omelets, and a cinnamon roll as big as your head!
Wolfgangs. A Grand Rapids institution offering creative takes on diner-style breakfast dishes.
Place a well-prepared ham & cheese omelet on my plate, with a bowl of fresh fruit on the side, and some piping hot tea in my cup and my morning is so much happier. Especially when I don’t have to cook it or clean it up myself. That’s the beauty of eating out for breakfast, which is easy to do in Grand Rapids. We have so many great breakfast spots that it’s worth driving around town to try each of them. The less traditional breakfast eaters, those who roll their eyes at the boring omelet that brings me so much happiness, are in luck: these menus offer lots of creative breakfast fare. photo courtesy of Wolfgang's Restaurant Wolfgang’s ( Eastown) My kids love the Cinnamon French toast here so much that they’re willing to endure waiting in line for a table, which almost always happens when we dine at this local favorite. Don’t by shy: step away from your usual order and try the Jamaican Jerk Chicken Frittata or the Pecan Belgian Waffle. So good! Westsider Café (Walker Ave.) As the name indicates, this local gem is located on the west side of GR, a little north of downtown. Go for the Huevos Rancheros, with smoked pulled pork…you won’t be sorry, or hungry, afterwards.…Learn More ›