I don’t enjoy waking up early for very many things, but when I do, it’s for breakfast. I love meeting up with friends for breakfast and taking my family out for brunch on the weekends. Luckily, I have plenty of options to choose from right here in Fishers. I’ve rounded up five local places for a cozy breakfast where you can find the best pancakes, biscuits and gravy, omelets and more!
8626 E 116th Suite #175
This southern-inspired breakfast and lunch spot offers a variety of classic dishes with a creative twist. I always look forward to their seasonal menu and pairing it with a fun mimosa!
Rachel’s Rec: Some of my favorites are their shrimp and grits and lemon blueberry goat cheese pancakes. Their famous city grits are also a must!
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9705 Fishers District Dr Suite #760
Rize offers fresh, farm-to-table dishes that include locally sourced ingredients from some familiar Indiana-based brands like Smoking Goose, Tulip Tree Creamery, and Circle Kombucha. I love how vibrant and stunning their dishes are and always look forward to their freshly squeezed juices.
Rachel’s Rec: Miller Farm Chicken Hash is incredibly hearty and savory and pairs well with their Farmhouse Waffle. The maple whip and brown butter crumble are incredible!
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7371 E 116th St
If you’re looking for a more classic breakfast menu, The Roost is the perfect spot to order your favorite comfort foods. They make their bread in-house and offer seven different varieties of pancake toppings!
Rachel’s Rec: I love a classic corned beef hash and eggs.
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9767 E 116th St
This unassuming breakfast spot can be easy to miss as it’s tucked away in the corner of the plaza next to Kroger on 116th St and Cumberland Rd. This is a great option for families to enjoy a traditional breakfast or lunch menu from omelets to burgers & sandwiches.
Rachel’s Rec: They offer a few gluten-free options like their Sunrise Scrambler which comes with three scrambled eggs and gluten-free toast.
Photo credit: Yelper Sue F.
10600 E 96th St
This family-owned business offers a little bit of everything and serves breakfast all day! You get a small-town diner feel in this mom-and-pop-style restaurant. They offer everything from skillets to tenderloins and also have a great kids’ menu for families!
Rachel’s Rec: Try their country-fried skillet or you can’t go wrong with Tony’s Combo Omelette.
Photo credit: Yelper Valerie K.
Rachel Cho has been a Fishers resident for seven years. Her favorite things to do in Fishers are eating at local restaurants and visiting the Fishers Farmers Market almost every Saturday with her family. She loves sushi and Korean bbq, trying out and recommending the newest restaurants in Indy, photography, and true crime podcasts. She loves that there are so many fun parks and playgrounds nearby to take her kids to, as well as the Farmers’ Market because it makes them feel connected to the community when they eat and shop local. She is also a stay-at-home mom to 3-year-old triplets, and she and her husband make a pretty great team wrangling three toddlers and two dogs. Follow her on Instagram at @rdklove.