Good breakfast can really jumpstart your day – and this holds true if you’re heading for work in an hour, or if you’re heading towards the many attractions in and around the Blue Ridge Mountains. If you’re looking for exactly that, then here are some of the best breakfast spots in Blue Ridge, Georgia to energize you for your daily adventures.
Pete’s Place Family Restaurant
With a rustic aesthetic, a porch, a beautiful garden, and a great breakfast and lunch selection for you and your family – when it comes to breakfast with the kids here in the town of Blue Ridge, Pete’s Place immediately comes to mind with their American and global fare. There’s plenty of you to try for you to come back for more, like pancakes, omelets, biscuits, sandwiches, and many more. They’re open from 8 AM to 2:30 PM and are open on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays to Saturdays.
Mercier Orchards’ Farm Cafe
We’ve talked about Mercier Orchards’ before – they’re known for being a go-to spot for apple picking and other attractions around their apple orchards. Did you know that they also have their own farm cafe – which serves breakfast and lunch, and their amazing fried pies and fresh apple cider donuts? If you’re looking to do some apple picking in the Mercier Orchards, it’d be best for you to have breakfast there as well – or you could even just go there anyway for the great food. They’re open from 9 AM to 2 PM on Saturdays to Tuesdays, but breakfast options are still available at the bakery counter from 9 to 11:30 AM on Wednesday-Friday.
If you’re looking for a local Southern-style cafe in the local area, BumbleBee’s Cafe is for you. Even if you’re not – they’re still a good option to have your breakfast (and lunch) in. They’ve got many delicious options for breakfast – including pancakes, french toast, waffles, and many more. Their lunch options are nice, too, so if you’re looking for a place to have lunch in instead of breakfast, you may want to drop by. They’re open from 8 AM to 2 PM every day, so their food is always available to you.
If you’re looking for that really early breakfast for a long day ahead of hiking and other adventures – then Trailer Drive-In would be best for you. They’re great for people who want to catch the sunrise or want to be able to do more in the morning – because they’re open from 5:30 AM to 2 PM (though they are closed on Sundays). Stop by for their amazing biscuits and gravy or their biscuit sandwich, or just head through their drive-thru for one. Check them out!
Of course, these aren’t the only breakfast spots available to you in Blue Ridge. There are plenty more restaurants and cafes in and out of town that are ready to serve you that first meal of the day and make your stay here in Blue Ridge a perfect one.