Where to Find the Best Breakfast in Blue Ridge
It's the most important meal of the day! But it can be fun and delicious, and here are some of the best spots in town...
Blue Ridge is the ideal weekend getaway, but with so much to do like shopping, hiking or riding the train, you’re going to want to fuel up for the most important meal of the day. These options have you covered whether you want to eat early, eat late, grab something before tubing the river or relax and dine with the locals.
Rum Cake Lady Cuban Café
If you’re willing to wait until 10 a.m. for a lite bite, then Rum Cake Lady will not disappoint. Locations in Downtown Blue Ridge and in McCaysville near the Georgia-Tennessee border both offer Cuban coffee and eats that rival options in Havana. Yes, “authentic” is an overused word, but in this case it is most fitting. Grab a Cortadito and a mini Rum Cake, and then come back for lunch!
Mercier Orchards at The Farm
Enjoy French Toast made with their freshly baked apple cinnamon bread served with cinnamon apples and your choice of Applewood smoked bacon or fresh sausage! Of course, don’t forget the biscuits and gravy.
BumbleBee's Café Blue Ridge
A café serving a variety of breakfast entrees with a southern country flair. Here you'll find favorites like corned beef hash, country ham, custom omelet's with vegetarian options. For the kids (or adults) you'll find banana nut pancakes, Belgian waffles you can add chocolate chips, strawberries and more.
Bigfoot Biscuit at The Dogwood
One of our newest breakfast options in downtown Blue Ridge, featuring items like "The Aikanaka", Buttermilk biscuit, sunny egg, maple teriyaki pork belly and pineapple bourbon butter! Just one of 6 signature items along with sides and more.
Serenity Garden Café
A locals’ favorite, breakfast is served in this quiet, relaxing setting every day except Tuesday. Pick from eggs, omelets, pancakes and waffles. The hash browns paired with bacon and a waffle will hold you over while exploring the mountains before lunch.
Iron Bridge General Store & Café
Located in the Aska Adventure Area across from the historic Shallowford Bridge, an old iron bridge dating back to 1918. You can eat a great breakfast with items like fried bologna with egg and cheese sandwiches, breakfast burritos, along with traditional items like pancakes and more. Be sure to stop back for lunch and dinner as well. You can even grab sunscreen on the way out for your day of adventure.
Easy, casual and delicious--Nomad Market is a must-stop for breakfast. Pick Belgian waffles with your choice of a half-dozen toppings or nosh on bagels and croissants. The wraps are a favorite, served both sweet and savory, and easy to eat while you head to a waterfall. Kids will love the Marvel or Elsa breakfast options, too.
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Serenity Garden Café
657 East Main St. Blue Ridge, GA 30513 (706) 258-4949 Website
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45 Lake Drive Morganton, GA 30560 (706) 633-3749