Posted on March 28, 2018 by Dina Miller
After almost a month of fierce local and regional competition, Northside Diner of Porter County was voted the region’s champion of breakfast!
Thousands of votes were cast during two rounds of competition, to select the top seven breakfast restaurants in Indiana’s Cool North. Breakfast Wars showcased the great locally owned restaurants throughout the region. The locals have spoken; check out their top seven and decide on your favorite. We challenge you to try them all!
100 N. Calumet Road, Chesterton
Porter County Breakfast Wars Winner
Welcome to Northside Diner. You’ll know you’re in good company when you see the satisfied celebrities always hanging out on the mural out front. Step inside for a playful family atmosphere and a plateful of breakfast favorites anytime, any day. Just a few quarters in the jukebox and a few minutes to look over the menu, and you’re guaranteed that classic diner experience you won’t soon forget!
Northside Diner is named “Best Breakfast in Indiana’s Cool North” thanks to its family-friendly atmosphere, its excellent service and its delicious variety of breakfast favorites.
Hours: 6 am – 3 pm daily
305 N Nappanee St, Elkhart
Elkhart County Breakfast Wars Winner
Can you say omelet? The garbage omelet is a local favorite at The Golden Egg Pancake House and the loaded hash browns won’t disappoint.
Hours: 6:00 am – 2:00 pm daily
5201 E US Hwy 20, Rolling Prairie
LaPorte County Breakfast Wars Winner
Homemade cooking from scratch. Daily breakfast, lunch and dinner specials are served at Jennie Rae’s. Homemade soups and jams. Wonderful pies. Serving your favorite beers and wines. Friday fish fry, all you can eat. Slow roasted prime rib. Located inside the former Bob’s Drive Inn along the Lincoln Highway.
Hours: Sun-Thurs 5:30am-2pm; Fri & Sat 5:30am-8pm
2108 Lincolnway E., Mishawaka
St Joseph County Breakfast Wars Winner
This Mishawaka eatery provides an unrivaled attention to detail in every one of their menu items. From the Stuffed French Toast to the owner’s favorite Farmers Omelet, Macadoo’s menu is full of delicious choices. The difficult part is choosing only one. That could be why Macadoo’s sees so many of their customers return for more—that, and customers have said Macadoo’s makes the best Loaded Biscuits and Gravy in The Bend. So what is their secret to all this delicious food? Tim McDonald, the owner, says it has to do with him cooking the meals. “This is my livelihood, I want to make sure everything is perfect.”
Hours: Monday – Friday 5:00 am – 2:00 pm
Saturday 5:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sunday 7:00 am – 1:00 pm
Celebrating over 30 years, American Table is known for their variety of over 100 made-to-order quality menu items and affordable prices. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Enjoy casual dining in a clean, comfortable and relaxing atmosphere.
Hours: 6:00 am – 10:00 pm daily
260 B North Village Drive, Shipshewana
LaGrange County Breakfast Wars Winner
The Country Corral Restaurant is the epitome of a hometown restaurant. Great Food. Great Service. A local Favorite! We are famous for our Breakfast Haystack served only on Saturdays! What is a Breakfast Haystack, well it is comprised of:
Fresh baked biscuit, Hash browns fried with diced ham and onions Scrambled eggs Homemade sausage gravy Topped with: grated American cheese and Bacon Bits. Delicious!
Hours: Monday-Saturday 5:00 am-2:00 pm
2281 N Oak Road, Plymouth
Marshall County Taco Wars Winner
Castaway’s is a family diner that has been serving the Marshall County area since 2002. Located in Plymouth, Castaway’s takes pride in their reputation that they have built over the years through their fast service, great prices, and excellent cuisine. Stop by and enjoy a meal that you won’t forget!