In this capitol city, where to go out to breakfast is a major decision. Columbus has gained a big reputation as one of America's up and coming culinary destinations. The area offers breakfast goers a long list of ethnic, funky and offbeat places to eat. 

There are more than a dozen local coffee roasters and farmer's fields just minutes away from the city offering easy access to local ingredients for use in creating the menus of many restaurants.
Try some of these special places.
Katalina's
1105 Pennsylvania Avenue
Columbus
www.katalinascolumbus.comKatakina's in known for its pancake balls stuffed with Nutella, fresh strawberries and dulce de leche served with sweet and spicy bacon. (Note: the bacon will keep you coming back, again and again.) It is a great place to eat on the deck during warm weather. 

Pistacia Vera
541 South 3rd Street
Columbus www.pistaciavera.com Located in German Village is the Pistacia Vera Pastry Kitchen and Cafe. it is known for French macarons and a variety of croissants, but also delivers on quiche choices, Greek yogurt parfait selections and much more.

 Skillet
410 East Whittier Street
Columbus
Staying in German Village is Skillet that also offers a Saturday and Sunday brunch.  Chef Kevin Caskey changes the menu daily offering southern inspired dished, Andouille sausage gravy, biscuits or eggs and grits.
Kolache Republic
730 S. High Street Columbus
www.kolacherepublic.com
One more in German Village末if you are just looking for something "hold in your hand" good try Kolache Republic. The breakfast sandwiches and Czech pastries are delish.  It is a tiny cafe filled with sweet and savory goodness. The kolache, a fluffy, slightly sweet dough is stuffed with fruit, nut, sweet cheese or meat fillings and then baked.
DK Diner
1715 W 3rd Avenue
Grandview Heights
 www.thedkdiner.com
You might find a line of breakfast eaters at the DK Diner. The diner is best known for  its delicious made from scratch donuts, made fresh every morning. They sell out quickly末the early donut hunter catches them before they are gone. DK is also known for the "Teny Little Breakfast", which includes two eggs, meat, toast, potatoes and pancakes. Also the famed "Mess", corned beef hash smothered in onions, potatoes, peppers and over easy eggs.
Northstar Cafe
4241 North High Street, Columbus
951 North High Street, Columbus
4015 Townsfair Way, Columbus (Easton)
www.thenorthstarcafe.comAnother of the capitol city's farm to table breakfast places is the Northstar Cafe, known for its Cloud Nine Ricotta pancakes, turkey and sweet potato hash and the ever so light ham and cheese scones. There are three locations that pack patrons in for not only breakfast, but all meals though out the day.
The Angry Baker
891 Oak Street, Columbus
www.theangrybakerote.com No matter what mood you are in the Angry Baker will warmly greet you in the Olde Town East area of Columbus. This place is loaded with wonderful baked goods, sweet potato pancakes, 3 bear porridge, a brioche French toast sandwich stuffed with ham and Swiss and much more. 
Cookie Cravings Bakery
227 East 3rd Avenue
Columbus
www.cravingscarryoutcafe.com
Ending on a sweet note末everyone needs a cookie now and then and Cookie Cravings Bakery has many, but the goodness does not end at the cookie counter. Customers say the crepes and buttery breakfast sandwiches on fresh house made brioche are equally great.
There is so much more to explore on the Columbus culinary trail, but this list will get you started on the road to finding unique and special "take me out to breakfast" places.



In this capitol city, where to go out to breakfast is a major decision. Columbus has gained a big reputation as one of America's up and coming culinary destinations. The area offers breakfast goers a long list of ethnic, funky and offbeat places to eat. 

There are more than a dozen local coffee roasters and farmer's fields just minutes away from the city offering easy access to local ingredients for use in creating the menus of many restaurants.
Try some of these special places.
Katalina's
1105 Pennsylvania Avenue
Columbus
www.katalinascolumbus.comKatakina's in known for its pancake balls stuffed with Nutella, fresh strawberries and dulce de leche served with sweet and spicy bacon. (Note: the bacon will keep you coming back, again and again.) It is a great place to eat on the deck during warm weather. 

Pistacia Vera
541 South 3rd Street
Columbus www.pistaciavera.com Located in German Village is the Pistacia Vera Pastry Kitchen and Cafe. it is known for French macarons and a variety of croissants, but also delivers on quiche choices, Greek yogurt parfait selections and much more.

 Skillet
410 East Whittier Street
Columbus
Staying in German Village is Skillet that also offers a Saturday and Sunday brunch.  Chef Kevin Caskey changes the menu daily offering southern inspired dished, Andouille sausage gravy, biscuits or eggs and grits.
Kolache Republic
730 S. High Street Columbus
www.kolacherepublic.com
One more in German Village末if you are just looking for something "hold in your hand" good try Kolache Republic. The breakfast sandwiches and Czech pastries are delish.  It is a tiny cafe filled with sweet and savory goodness. The kolache, a fluffy, slightly sweet dough is stuffed with fruit, nut, sweet cheese or meat fillings and then baked.
DK Diner
1715 W 3rd Avenue
Grandview Heights
 www.thedkdiner.com
You might find a line of breakfast eaters at the DK Diner. The diner is best known for  its delicious made from scratch donuts, made fresh every morning. They sell out quickly末the early donut hunter catches them before they are gone. DK is also known for the "Teny Little Breakfast", which includes two eggs, meat, toast, potatoes and pancakes. Also the famed "Mess", corned beef hash smothered in onions, potatoes, peppers and over easy eggs.
Northstar Cafe
4241 North High Street, Columbus
951 North High Street, Columbus
4015 Townsfair Way, Columbus (Easton)
www.thenorthstarcafe.comAnother of the capitol city's farm to table breakfast places is the Northstar Cafe, known for its Cloud Nine Ricotta pancakes, turkey and sweet potato hash and the ever so light ham and cheese scones. There are three locations that pack patrons in for not only breakfast, but all meals though out the day.
The Angry Baker
891 Oak Street, Columbus
www.theangrybakerote.com No matter what mood you are in the Angry Baker will warmly greet you in the Olde Town East area of Columbus. This place is loaded with wonderful baked goods, sweet potato pancakes, 3 bear porridge, a brioche French toast sandwich stuffed with ham and Swiss and much more. 
Cookie Cravings Bakery
227 East 3rd Avenue
Columbus
www.cravingscarryoutcafe.com
Ending on a sweet note末everyone needs a cookie now and then and Cookie Cravings Bakery has many, but the goodness does not end at the cookie counter. Customers say the crepes and buttery breakfast sandwiches on fresh house made brioche are equally great.
There is so much more to explore on the Columbus culinary trail, but this list will get you started on the road to finding unique and special "take me out to breakfast" places.