There’s something about breakfast that makes the world seem right. No matter what’s happening, a good breakfast can put a rainbow over it. Flint & Genesee is home to many restaurants that offer excellent breakfasts, but if you want the rainbow, you must look a little harder to find that amazing breakfast you need.
If you are in Flint and are looking to head to the Flint Farmers’ Market, you should make plans to arrive early so you can stop by Steady Eddy’s Café for breakfast. Open for breakfast and lunch, Steady Eddie’s takes full advantage of being located at the market and offers fresh ingredients in their dishes, setting them apart from most restaurants. Breakfasts taste fresh and are served in large portions. Traditional fare like pancakes and French toast to any number of egg dishes and even vegan options are available. There aren’t many places that can compete with Steady Eddie’s when it comes to providing a good and filling meal.
You can find another breakfast hot spot with Flint Township’s Dom’s Diner. Dom’s features an extensive breakfast menu with the usual favorites, but you will also find more exotic omelets like the Beach Body including veggies along with tomatoes and cheese, or the Irish, which has corned beef hash and Swiss cheese. For those that need something a little more filling, try Roscoe’s Chicken and Waffles, or the Paul Bunyan breakfast which offers eggs, French toast or hotcakes, and meat, or perhaps a breakfast bowl with meat and veggies will be more to your liking. Whatever you’re looking for you are bound to find it here.
You can find Valley’s Breakfast & Bistro off Elms Road in Flint. They offer an awe-inspiring menu that boasts more food options than you could hope to try. Valley’s offers a comfortable atmosphere with wide open space and delicious food that recalls a much more formal restaurant. Skillets, omelets, waffles, eggs, pancakes, and more. Highlights on the menu are the Kitchen Sink Skillet which mixes eggs, meat, veggies, and cheese with sausage gravy, and the Tuscan omelet which features bacon, veggies, and mozzarella cheese.
Flushing’s Trackside Café is beloved for its pies, but the small café has also grown a reputation for its breakfasts too. Open only for breakfast and lunch, Trackside has taken up the space once occupied by the Choo-Choo Diner, but they are working hard to create their own identity. Dedicated to offering a family dining experience, the space is intimate and offers food that reminds one of home. Such delicious and affordable options are just what you need to start the day right.
Brothers Brunch House is another restaurant that caters to the breakfast and lunch crowds with good reason. Located in Burton on Davison Road, they marry comfort food with extravagance. Their beautifully plated dishes pair well with an open and inviting space and the large portions will make sure that no one leaves hungry. Traditional dishes like waffles become awe-inspiring when paired with fresh fruit and a sauce and new items like the Brothers Sunrise Burger will become a dish you return to time and again.
With so many breakfast options in the area, these are just a few of the great spaces offering the delicious comfort found in hearty meals. Wherever you go, you’re bound to start your day off perfectly in Flint & Genesee.