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What's for Breakfast?

posted on Wednesday, February 24, 2021

What's for Breakfast?

Brunch at Lark Brewing (photo: shrimp and grits by Lark Brewing)
 

Is breakfast your favorite meal of the day? Brunch can be a leisurely yet decadent way of weekending and we’d like to introduce you to five restaurants that will elevate breakfast to an entirely new level. In addition, we’d like to remind you of additional breakfast hot spots, donut shops and coffee/tea shops.  

Delicious and a good reason to head out or grab takeout....
 

Brunch...

Lark Brewing
6301 University Avenue, Cedar Falls
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Choose from their updated menu which includes a selection of breakfast burritos. Pair your choice with one of their brews or a Bloody Mary. 
 

Whiskey Road
402 Main Street, Cedar Falls
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Does cherry wood smoked pork belly, creme brulee French toast, or chicken and waffles sound good? These are a few choices from their brunch menu. 
 

SingleSpeed Brewing
325 Commercial Street, Waterloo
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Choose from a variety of items off their brunch menu like the buffalo mac and cheese, breakfast burrito, fried chicken and biscuit sandwich or waffle combo along with one of their brews (or maybe a bottomless beer-mosa). 
 

Verve Kombucha
327 W. 3rd Street, Waterloo
Sunday, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Using locally-sourced ingredients, their brunch menu includes brunch bites, pancakes, French toast, homemade poptarts, a breakfast burrito, a sprout scramble, avocado toast, and breakfast poutine. Enjoy one of those items with one of their locally-brewed non-alcoholic kombucha creations and/or a kombucha cocktail. 
 

Donuts...

Hurts Donut
100 E. 2nd Street, Cedar Falls
Creative craft donuts that are slightly “whimsical and off the wall.”
 

ICON Donuts
917 W. 23rd Street, Cedar Falls
1730 W. Ridgeway Avenue, Waterloo
Locally-owned and operated bakery serving a wide selection over-the-top donuts (Java the Nut, Pink Floyd, and Ziggy Stardust for example), cinnamon rolls, bars, cookies and more. 
 

Rockets Bakery
331 E. 4th Street, Waterloo
Tuesday - Saturday, 7:00 am - 1:00 pm
Serving classic donuts and specialty donuts such as cinnamon rolls, fritters and caramel pecan rolls. 

What's for Breakfast?

Other Breakfast Joints...

IHOP
502 Brandilynn Blvd., Cedar Falls
National chain restaurant serves a variety of pancakes, American breakfast items and dinner.  
 

J’s Homestyle Cooking
1724 W. 31st Street, Cedar Falls
Sunday - Wednesday, 6:00/7:00 am - 2:00 pm (until 8:00 pm Thursday - Saturday)
Locally owned, J’s offers breakfast from open to close! 
 

Morg’s
520 Mulberry Street, Waterloo
6:00 am - 1:00/2:00 pm
Long-standing restaurant serving up pancakes, omelets and burgers.
 

Village Inn
6319 University Avenue, Cedar Falls
Family-friendly chain restaurant with breakfast items available the entire day. Waterloo also has a Village Inn at 212 W Ridgeway Avenue. 
 

Waffle Stop Grill
904 Rainbow Drive, Cedar Falls
7:00 am - 1:00 pm
Full breakfast menu with burgers or chicken fingers for lunch. 

And, don’t forget coffee and tea shops if you’re looking for a quick pastry and hot cup of caffeine! Make the first meal of your a good one. 
 


Hours of operation may vary without notice due to COVID-19. It’s always a good idea to confirm hours with your destination if you’re running on a tight schedule.  

If you’d like information about more Things to DoPlaces to Eat & Drink or a Place to Stay, we invite you to contact the Cedar Falls Visitor Center at 319-268-4266 (800-845-1955). We’re open  9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday. And, if you want to find additional events taking place in the Cedar Valley, visit our online calendar at CedarValley365.com.
 

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