Omelet? Yes, please! Pancakes? Nom nom! Muffins and cinnamon rolls, get in my belly!

Your vote is needed!!!

These 10 breakfast restaurants in Elkhart County are going head-to-head in a voting contest to decide who serves the best breakfast. Whatever breakfast you’re craving, vote for your favorite Elkhart County breakfast restaurant at MyBreakfastVote.com

The contenders are:

Baker’s Nook Café, Elkhart

You’ll find home-style goodness at its best at the Baker’s Nook Café. Regulars love Mama Nook’s bacon biscuit breakfast sandwich and don’t leave without a fresh-from-the-oven cinnamon roll.

Golden Egg, Elkhart

Can you say omelet? The garbage omelet is a local favorite and the loaded hash browns won’t disappoint.

Linton’s Garden Café, Elkhart

Linton’s Garden Café offers fresh and healthy breakfast favorites with organic and gluten free options and hand-crafted beverages. Don’t pass up the authentic Belgian yeast waffle.

The Moringa Tree, Elkhart

The Moringa Tree in Downtown Elkhart has created a unique menu that nourishes the body using ingredients that are nutrient-dense, real, whole and as organic as possible. Their delicious breakfasts are made using local, organic and in-season fruits and vegetables whenever possible. Healthy smoothie bowls and beverages are a popular choice.

The Electric Brew, Elkhart & Goshen

Family-owned coffee joint in both Downtown Goshen and Downtown Elkhart with house-roasted beans & homemade noshes. The fresh baked bagels are a perfect pair with your morning joe.

Granma’s House of Pancakes, Dunlap

Locals line-up at this breakfast hot spot for traditional favorites like eggs, bacon, omelets and pancakes as well as crepes and local favorite, corned beef hash.

Olympia Candy Kitchen, Goshen

The Olympia has a rich history in Goshen passing through four generations and spanning over 100 years. From the moment you walk in the door, you’ll be transported back to a time of old-world service with a modern twist. Nothing says old-fashioned home town goodness like sitting at Olympia’s counter for breakfast with a delicious plate of biscuits and sausage gravy.

Das Dutchman Essenhaus, Middlebury

Nestled in the heart of Middlebury’s Amish Country, the Essenhaus is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. Breakfast abounds with an all-you-care-to-eat Thresher’s breakfast buffet or order your favorite breakfast off the menu. The Essenhaus serves up country favorites from steak & eggs to the Dutch Haus Sandwich – it’s no ordinary Egg McMuffin! And don’t leave without taking home a box of enormous donuts from the bakery!

Aunt Karen’s Café, Middlebury

The staff at Aunt Karen’s Café is as welcoming as the atmosphere. Step into this tidy café and get ready for a delicious breakfast. Aunt Karen’s serves up a mouthwatering cinnamon stuffed French toast along with traditional favorites like breakfast wraps and sandwiches, but don’t leave without a cinnamon roll.

The Corner Café, Wakarusa

Eggs! It’s what’s for breakfast at The Corner Café in Wakarusa. Try them with country fried steak or ham, smoked sausage or a breakfast steak. Or how about their original sizzling skillet or a breakfast haystack, both equally delicious. You won’t go away hungry.

You can vote for them as their favorite breakfast restaurant from March 1-12 at MyBreakfastVote.com

The Elkhart County winner will then go up against the winners from St. Joseph, Marshall, Kosciusko, LaGrange, LaPorte and Porter counties to vie for the best Breakfast Spot in Indiana’s Cool North.
The Regional Round will run from March 16 – March 26.

 


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