I don’t know about you, but I love breakfast. When I’m sitting in front of mouth-watering cheesy eggs, crispy hashbrowns, buttery pancakes and a piping hot mug of fresh coffee, I’m a happy girl. Add a bowl of fresh fruit and a side of perfectly browned bacon, and I feel like a queen.
Breakfast food is comfort food, no matter what time of day it is, and Hendricks County has some amazing options of restaurants serving breakfast all day.
Open every day of the week from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., Emmy’s is a local favorite in Avon that serves up any kind of eggs made to order: from simple scrambled to skillets to omelets to benedicts.
They’ve also got you covered on all your favorite carb specials like waffles, pancakes, French toast and their special recipe crepes!
Are you with friends who don’t want breakfast all day? They also serve salads, sandwiches, wraps and melts during lunch hours for those who maybe are a little more conventional about their meals.
This vintage throwback in Plainfield is nationally known for its tenderloin, but don’t let that distract you from their breakfast menu with items made for anyone with a hefty appetite!
Meals are named after famous cities, such as the St. Louis Slinger, hashbrowns with chili and cheese and eggs on top and the Atlantic City, stuffed French toast. They even have an all-day breakfast dish that includes their renowned tenderloin covered in gravy called the Indianapolis, of course.
You also can stick with classics like biscuits and gravy or create your own omelet any time of day as well. They even have avocado toast for the millennials in your life.
Open Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays until 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays.
With two locations in Brownsburg and Plainfield, Flap Jacks has long been a local favorite with all the breakfast favorites you love!
Best known for their gourmet, buttermilk pancakes, they offer toppings to load up on your cakes like fruits, nuts and chocolate chips. Create your own crepes, whip up your own favorite waffles or feel full to order French toast. eggs, skillets, omelets and biscuits and gravy any way you like, or slap it all on a breakfast sandwich.
This beautiful restaurant on South Washington Street on the square in Danville definitely has a historic vibe. The building, built in 1882 by a Civil War veteran, became Court House Grounds in 1998.
The business has gone through many changes but still stands as an inviting place to enjoy a meal or meet for coffee or loose-leaf tea. Breakfast here, offered all day, ranges from bagels, muffins and oatmeal to quiches, egg sandwiches and pancakes.
Their coffees offer an even wider range, from drip to French press, and that’s not even including their espresso offerings, which challenge any coffee chain. Their teas are provided by SpecialTEA, a local business in Danville.
This unique restaurant in Danville has amazing offerings including their sweets all sweetened as often as possible with locally-made honey.
The Beehive's biggest breakfast offering is their build-your-own breakfast sandwich, which allows you to choose your egg, protein, cheese and other toppings.
Add a selection from the coffee, tea, espresso or smoothie bar, and your day is fully powered.
If creative bagels are more your style, stop in to this fairly new but much-loved coffee shop in Brownsburg that offers some pretty great breakfast sandwiches with even better names.
Try the Son-In Law, an asiago bagel with chorizo, salsa picante, eggs, cheddar cheese and avocado; or Bart’s Journey, a plain bagel with veggie cream cheese, bacon, egg, roasted pepper, onion and sundried tomato with swiss cheese.
Their espresso bar, iced cold brews (try the Vietnamese cold brew!), specialty drinks and smoothies are the perfect additions to any breakfast bagel you choose.