Whether or not you believe breakfast is the most important meal of the day, it can definitely be the tastiest. Whether you’re looking for loaded omelets, a plate of blueberry pancakes, or eggs Benedict with a mimosa on the side, stop by these restaurants for a delicious start to your day in Inver Grove Heights.
A classic diner is the quintessential breakfast spot, and the retro-themed Cahill Diner is no exception. The extensive breakfast menu is available from 7:00am to 3:00pm Monday through Saturday and 7:00am to 2:00pm Sunday. Sweets include pancakes, French toast, and Belgian waffles, and you can add blueberries, strawberries, or chocolate chips.
The list of nearly a dozen omelets includes unique options like a gyro omelet served with cucumber sauce and a “King Kong” omelet loaded with ham, sausage, bacon, and cheddar cheese and topped with sausage gravy. The “Cheese All That” omelet comes with a size of cheesy hash browns, and there’s a chicken fajita omelet with peppers, tomatoes, jalapeños, and a side of salsa.
In addition, there’s a wide range of breakfast entrees like country-fried steak, corned beef hash, scrambles, and sandwiches.
Breakfast comes with a panoramic river views at Mississippi Pub, thanks to a patio and a year-round glass-walled dining room. The breakfast menu is available on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00am through 11:45am. Indulge with fresh cinnamon-and-sugar mini donuts or order a hearty veggie skillet with avocado and cilantro cream sauce. Other entrees include biscuits and gravy, a fried egg breakfast sandwich on Texas toast, and huevos rancheros with chorizo salsa.
Enjoy a free bloody Mary, screwdriver, mimosa or domestic tap beer with the purchase of any breakfast entree.
While Bierstube is best known for their steaks and German specialties, they also serve breakfast on Saturdays from 8:00am to 11:00am and on Sundays from 8:00am to noon. The generously-sized omelets are topped with melted cheddar and served with toast and your choice of hash browns or American fries. Pick from classic Denver or ham and cheese omelets, or try the salsa-topped “South of the Border” omelet for some international flavor.
Other breakfast items include eggs Benedict served on an English muffin or garlic pumpernickel, steak and eggs, and breakfast skillets with hash browns, eggs, and a variety of toppings. Got a sweet tooth? Pick from pancake flavors like chocolate chip, lemon blueberry, amaretto, pumpkin spice, and banana.
Mimosas are only 99 cents on Saturdays from 8:00am to 11:00am and Sundays from 10:00am to noon.
At night, Jersey’s Bar & Grill is a destination for burgers and live music; on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 9:00am through noon, Jersey’s serves a breakfast menu with plenty of comfort food favorites. The “Jersey’s Station” breakfast features eggs, a choice of potatoes and meat, toast, and a Bloody Mary or mimosa. Other options include omelets, skillets, burritos, biscuits and gravy, and a sausage and egg sandwich.
There’s plenty for meat lovers—think steak and eggs and the meat-packed everything omelet—but Jersey’s also has some great options for vegetarians. There are meatless eggs Benedict with mushrooms, tomatoes, and spinach, plus a veggie omelet topped with garlic Parmesan.
Stop by between 10:00am through noon for $1.50 bloody Marys and mimosas.
Located just minutes from downtown Saint Paul and major attractions like the Mall of America, Inver Grove Heights is a convenient place to stay during your Twin Cities vacation. These hotels offer comfortable accommodations at a budget-friendly price.