The Region’s Best Breakfast

The Region’s Best Breakfast
By: Jennifer Bissonnette Last Updated: June 21, 2017

Breakfast is labelled as the most important meal of the day, and why shouldn’t it be? Whether you’re craving something sweet, savory, or a mix of the two, breakfast can satisfy that craving all while bringing people together around a table.

Northwest Indiana locals were eager to share their favorite places to grab breakfast. Here’s what they said:

Best-Breakfast-2017_02Chuck Hindson Toast and jam in schererville. Have tried most of these other restaurants, good, but Toast and Jam is the best.

Linda Ferguson Ameling Toast and Jam in Schererville. Any of the French Toast options.

Best-Breakfast-2017_03Jessica Campbell Third Coast Spice Cafe - there really is no other breakfast place...

Best-Breakfast-2017_04Chris Mahlmann Blackbird Cafe will forever be my home in the morning - great people, food, coffee, and love the customers.

Best-Breakfast-2017_05Sandi Terry Memo's on Highway 20 in Michigan City. Everything is great, but they have the best link sausage ever!

Best-Breakfast-2017_06Nicky Bruhn-Hodges Rosewood skillets are so good! Pancakes too!

Best-Breakfast-2017_07Andrea Wright Definitely Tate's especially if it is Thursday..pot roast day.

Roger Winters Tate's without a doubt!

Best-Breakfast-2017_08Noreen Koselke Gelopulos Jimmys! It's the best!

Best-Breakfast-2017_09Brett Fuller Captain's House Chicken & waffles!

Best-Breakfast-2017_10Elizabeth Arnold Suzie's Cafe in Valpo is FANTASTIC! They serve 3lb cinnamon buns, yummmmmmmy, and a full menu! Staff is fabulous and the owner Suzy is a sweetheart!

Curt Hawkins Suzie's Cafe. Awesome menu, service, and baked goods!

Melanie Tuter Santiago Cafe 339 here in Hobart, In. Any of the Skillets, Omelets etc.,

Best-Breakfast-2017_11Vicky Palonis Griffith Bajas biscuits & gravy...Sunday morning buffet!

So whether you want to try a giant cinnamon bun or have an unlimited breakfast buffet, Northwest Indiana has you covered.