Kick off the day with a delicious breakfast at one of the city's best spots. Craving a packed omelette? A chunky cinnamon roll? Fresh cup of OJ? No matter what you're in the mood for, we have it. Heading out to the beach? Stop at DeBoer on the way. Staying downtown? Head over to Bowerman's on 8thBliss Bakery or the Windmill, all within walking distance. We can't forget Zeeland though! Just minutes away from Holland... Zeeland has a charming downtown with local eats.

Come and see what cuisine Holland has to offer! Bon appétit! 



  • Anna's House. American style breakfast with a twist. Various vegan friendly options. 

  • The Biscuit. Everything is fresh, local and handmade. Try the Berries and Cream French Toast! 

  • Bliss Bakery. A 100% dedicated, celiac-safe bakery. Craving a pig in the blanket? They have gluten free ones! 

  • Bowerman's on 8th. A blueberry-themed cafe and market offering blueberry products.

  • Deboer Bakkerij has 2 locations on the north side + south side. 4th generation, family owned bakery. 

  • Gateway Spoon Cafe & Grill. A cafe with great food AND a great mission. Serving up some creative specials! 

  • Russ's has multiple locations around town; north, south, east. Family owned and operated for over 90 years! Offering homemade classics.  

  • The Wooden Shoe. You can choose breakfast or lunch any time! From a crispy chicken wrap to a massive homemade cinnamon roll.

  • Windmill Restaurant. Don't let the name fool you, a classic American food breakfast joint. Usually you'll find a line outside Saturday mornings. 


  • Community Restaurant. Featuring different omelettes each month! Over 10+ unique omelette options on the menu.

  • Frank's Restaurant. Hashbrowns with biscuits and gravy? They've done it! 

  • The Farmhouse. Offering a new take on the breakfast burrito; scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, hashbrowns, mushrooms, onions, & cheddar cheese wrapped in a flour tortilla & topped with homemade sausage gravy and more cheddar cheese. 

  • La Creme. Craving sweet? Craving savory? You can have a crepe either way!