Located behind Holy Grale in the Highlands, the Gralehause offers delectable menu of breakfast, lunch, and deli choices. With a menu of lamb sausage and grits, biscuit and duck gravy, and grilled turkey cheddar sandwich, Gralehaus offers plenty of savory options.
Chef William Enix serves up breakfast and lunch at this Germantown location that features a full bar and patio. Catering is available, too.
This wildly (excuse the pun) popular breakfast and lunch spot is an ode to the egg. The dining room features egg art and even egg-shaped salt and pepper shakers. The creatively titled offerings include “Violet You’re Turning Violet” blueberry pancakes and “Crispy Hippie Crunch” granola waffles.
Breakfast or Lunch? You can get both at this Norton Commons spot from 7a.m.-3p.m. An extensive menu includes omelets, crepes, blintzes, paninis, burgers and more.
This eatery serves traditional breakfast and lunch fare with the flair of a gastronome. Try hearty breakfast dishes like “drowned eggs” — eggs poached and served in a tomato cilantro sauce, or decadent pancake creations like lemon souffle or bread pudding.
Pink flamingos greet diners at this East End lunch spot noted for its homemade chicken salad and soups, Hot Browns and made-from-scratch desserts.
The perennially popular eatery offers outdoor seating and a brunch menu served all day Saturday and Sunday. The tomato-dill soup is a house specialty, and salads and sandwiches include names like The Naturalistic and The Louis XIV (chicken salad with apple slices and lettuce).
Your local farm-to-table destination in downtown Anchorage. Treat yourself to house baked goodies a full service expresso bar, craft beers and wine. You can dine in the courtyard or the dining room.
SuperChef's is so named because Chef Darnell Ferguson cooked for the 2008 U.S. Olympic team, but you don't have to be an Olympian to carb-load at SuperChef's. Ordering is only difficult because you must choose from a plethora of indulgences: should I get candied bacon on a pretzel...
Weekly specials are a big draw for this small cafe owned by local poet and chef Bill Smith. Features comfort food on Tuesdays, cheeseburger night on Wednesdays and fish fry on Fridays.
The Seelbach’s more casual restaurant offers a breakfast buffet every day as well as a la carte options and lunch with local ingredients. Try the Kentucky Benedict — a regional twist on the traditional egg dish.
Breakfast lovers shouldn’t miss Meridian Cafe. Offerings include superb French toast, a bagel sandwich with smoked salmon and wilted spinach, and hearty pastrami hash. If you’re more into lunch, check out the white bean burger or shitake mushroom sandwich.