Calling all breakfast lovers coming to visit Ball State during Family Weekend. Skip out on the mainstream breakfast joints. We’ve created the ultimate guide to morning grub in Muncie.
Eva’s Pancake House
Where: 1617 N. Wheeling Ave.
Muncie locals have been visiting Eva’s Pancake House for 12 years. True to its name, the restaurant offers pancakes of all types — strawberry topped, chocolate chip, cinnamon apple and more. The menu doesn’t stop there. Eva’s offers omelets, waffles, skillets and other breakfast staples.
Where: 3113 N. Oakwood Ave.
This restaurant may be a hangover hotspot for Ball State students, but the cheerful, yellow café also provides a homey atmosphere for families. With bottomless coffee and an array of omelets, Sunshine will leave a dazzling effect.
Victor’s Gyros and Pancake House
Where: 700 S. Tillotson Ave.
Victor’s sports a bright orange exterior, making hard to miss when driving down Tillotson Avenue. At Victor’s, reading the menu takes about as long as the wait for food. The restaurant is a good place for a family of picky eaters with its diverse menu featuring foods from different ethnic backgrounds.
Concannon’s Bakery and Café
Where: 4801 West Baker Lane and 620 North Walnut Street
Concannon’s has been operating in Muncie since 1959. The bakery offers a variety of doughnuts and pastries, including doughnuts with different types of cereal buried in the icing. The bakery also supplies coffee to wash down the sweet delicacies.
Where: 1606 W. University Ave.
The Cup “can make a mean breakfast,” according to their website. This café is located close to campus and features five breakfast dishes daily, with a Saturday special called The BBG, which includes bacon gravy. Their morning eats pair well with their coffee menu.
Where: 401 S. Walnut St.
The Caffeinery specializes in unique coffee drinks. This includes signature lattes in flavors like banana split, thin mint mocha and caramel apple. The café also has bakery items that rotate from day to day. Saturdays at The Caffeinery call for a special – gravy-covered bagels.