We are the Michigan’s Best Team and we are calling you to the table with our choices for the best breakfast in Michigan. Coming in at number five it’s Wolfgang’s in Grand Rapids on the east side. That’s right this East Town institution has been around for years and they take great care with all of their ingredients and make some really interesting dishes on their menu. Speaking of the dishes Wolfgang’s love to name some of the dishes after community notables, restaurant regulars and employees. So having a dish named after you at Wolfgang’s is a pretty big deal. Coming in at number four is Hudson cafe in downtown Detroit. That’s right I love Hudson cafe because the owner see Detroit for all its big comeback and revitalization and they’re a big part of it. All of their dishes are huge. Be sure to try the voodoo benedict and the very very berry stuffed french toast. They have everything from red velvet pancakes crepes omelets and a variety of eggs benedicts. A full breakfast menu is available to satisfy the sweet and traditional side of breakfast. Coming in at number three is Food Dance Cafe in Kalamazoo. And these guys have built a strong relationship with local and regional growers producers and farmers and their menu focuses on fresh local food. The staff likes to push the envelope at breakfast including one of its biggest sellers the pig in the garden scramble. Imagine sauteed mushrooms applewood smoked bacon, tomatoes, green onions and New York white cheddar all in one place. The Crows Nest takes the number two spot and they’re located in Kalamazoo. Owner Chris says what sets them apart is that every staff member truly takes pride in their job. And they have great care and concern for the quality of food and the overall experience. Be sure to try the modern benedict which features locally raised pulled pork on an English muffin with eggs cilantro and hollandaise sauce. They make their own sausage gravy completely from scratch. Head to Grand Rapids for our number one choice Anna’s House. They deliver the best breakfast in the state. It was the creative menu at Anna’s House that set them apart from everyone else. Be sure to try signature dishes including the twilight french toast Which is soaked overnight in a creme brulee sauce. Other famed dishes are the breakfast lasagna and the hippie hash.