6 Breakfast Places We Like

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so you shouldn’t skimp on it and O.D. on crappy gas station coffee and packaged mini muffins. That’s why when Caitlyn and I go on vacation, we make an effort to get something tasty and filling every morning. Here are some of our favorites from our travels:

Montreal: Taverne Gaspar (inside the Auberge du Vieux-Port). Try – The crepes or pain au chocolat. Cool vibe and good eats in an historic part of town.

You have to get crepes when in Montreal, right?

You have to get crepes when in Montreal, right?

Toronto: The Cereal Bar in the underground shopping network. Try – any of the cereals. It’s like a Subway for cereal lovers.

The Cereal Bar lets you pick one of about a half dozen cereals and add up to three toppings. Here: Organic granola with strawberries, bananas and chocolate chips.

The Cereal Bar lets you pick one of about a half dozen cereals and add up to three toppings. Here: Organic granola with strawberries, bananas and chocolate chips.

Austin, Texas: The Saturday’s Farmer’s Market at Guadalupe Park. Try – breakfast burritos. They’re tiny, cheap and addictive.

Who knew you could also eat burritos at breakfast?!?

Who knew you could also eat burritos at breakfast?!?

Indianapolis: Market Table. Try – Everything – it’s a buffet, but about 10x nicer than a Golden Corral (blood orange juice, gelato bar and more give this buffet high-class touches).

Everything behind the entrance was so delicious, we thought you might freak out if we posted a pic of the food.

Everything behind the entrance was so delicious, we thought you might freak out if we posted a pic of the food.

Mackinaw City, Mich.: Pancake Chef. Try – Any of the pancakes, including pumpkin spice. There’s also a surprisingly affordable buffet.

FLUFFY PANCAKES. OH GAWD. YES.

FLUFFY PANCAKES. OH GAWD. YES.

Frankfort, Mich.: Crescent Bakery. Try – The buttery pretzels, nutty crescent doughnuts or oatmeal.

Can't go wrong at a bakery.

Can’t go wrong at a bakery.

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