The Best Breakfast in Grand Junction

Prepare for a day of adventure with a great breakfast in Grand Junction.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially if you’re fueling up for a busy day of sightseeing or outdoor adventures. Whether you want a hearty breakfast of pancakes, eggs and bacon or lighter fare, there are plenty of options for jumpstarting your morning around Grand Junction.

Dream Café

314 Main St.

Opens at 7am

The trendy, modern décor here gives breakfast a decidedly gourmet flair. The menu has new spins on breakfast classics such as the California bene — eggs benedict served with avocado, red peppers and asparagus. In addition to their creative food items, they also have a menu of bloody Mary and mimosa choices.

The Egg and I

120 W. Park Dr.

Open at 6am

You can find a variety of breakfast options at The Egg and I. The Grand Junction location offers a huge selection, ranging from traditional to creative, as well as several unique variations on old favorites such as the hiker’s benedict or raspberry granola pancakes.

Home Style Bakery

924 N. Seventh St.

Opens at 5am (Tuesday–Saturday)

If you’re looking for something sweet, this bakery is a must-visit. Serving up tasty treats since 1946, it’s the perfect place to pick up freshly baked muffins, pastries, and donuts before heading out on a Grand Junction adventure. Come prepared with cash though, they don’t accept credit or debit cards.

Main Street Bagels

559 Main St.

Opens at 6:30am

The sign might only say bagels, but Main Street is equally well known for their delicious coffee. Baked goods are all made from scratch in-house, and popular items include breakfast sandwiches or bagels with flavored cream cheese. Some indoor seating is available, but when the weather is nice the outdoor patio along Main Street is a draw.

Main Street Café

504 Main St.

Open at 7am

This ‘50s-style diner serves food all day, but it’s a perfect place to get a good breakfast. One local favorite is the Grand Mesa, an omelette with bacon, sausage, ham and cheese. If you’re traveling on a budget, don’t miss their $3.25 breakfast specials during the week.

My Favorite Muffin and Bagel Café

683 Horizon Dr.

Opens at 6am

They’re famous for their cakelike muffins, which are made with soybean oil rather than butter in order to make them lower in cholesterol (without sacrificing any of the decadent feel). Omelets, bagels and breakfast sandwiches as well as a full lunch menu are also available.

Pufferbelly Station Restaurant

337 S. First St.

Opens at 6am

This rustic restaurant captures the feel of the West with immense breakfasts and a train-station-inspired decor. The biscuits are huge and fluffy, and the gooey cinnamon rolls are nearly as big as a plate. Stop by here for a meal that will keep you full for the rest of the day.

Randy’s Southside Diner

2704 S. Highway 50

Opens at 6am

Randy’s has that comfortable diner feel and a menu stocked with hearty breakfast options like steak and eggs, biscuits and gravy or homemade cinnamon rolls. It’s one of a handful of places in town where you can get breakfast all day, too.

Red Canyon Grille

2325 W. Ridges Blvd.

Opens at 9am

About 15 minutes outside downtown Grand Junction, the Red Canyon Grille is a great place to have a breakfast before a round of golf at Redlands Mesa Golf Club, or as a stop on the way to or from the Colorado National Monument. One of the most popular meals of the week is Sunday brunch, which includes an omelet bar, waffles, house-cured lox and a variety of other tasty items.

Wraps on Main

150 W. Main St.

Opens at 6:30am

A refreshing breakfast awaits at Wraps on Main (formerly Fraps and Wraps). Their menu includes plenty of local and organic food made by hand daily. If you love healthy food and delicious coffee, this is a great spot to start your day with an espresso drink and an egg scramble or croissant sandwich.