"Sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast." - Lewis Carroll
This wonderful bakery has operated out of owner Kim Cutler's home since 2012 and features cinnamon rolls, kolaches, and other baked treats.
1114 North 15th Street
7am-2pm Mon-Fri; 8am-1pm Sat; Closed Sun.
Gluten-free options available.
From omelettes and waffles to quesadillas and breakfast burritos, Cafe Cappuccino has three locations in Waco to fit your breakfast, brunch, and lunchtime needs.
100 North 6th Street / 903 Hewitt Drive / 1101 Richland Drive
6am-2pm Mon-Sat; 7:30am-2pm Sun
Harold Waite Pancake & Steak
Eating at Harold Waite's Pancake & Steak House is like opening the door to a 1970s diner.
941 Lake Air Drive
7am-12pm Sun; 5:30am-12:30pm Mon-Sat.
1950s retro diner features great breakfast and lunch options.
2600 West Waco Drive
6:30am-8pm Mon-Thu; 6:30am-9pm Fri; 8am-9pm Sat.
Recently named to Yelp’s Top 100, Lula Jane’s features great coffee, breads, pastries, as well as an on-site vegetable, herb, and flower garden, complete with a water collection system to maintain the gardens.
406 Elm Avenue
7:30am-3pm Tues-Fri; 8am-3pm Sat; Closed Sun-Mon
Started by a Baylor grad, the Olive Branch features coffee sourced directly from the grower as well as a number of standard breakfast fare with a handful of veggie and gluten-free options, which The Wife appreciates
215 South 2nd Street
7am-3pm Mon-Fri; 8am-3pm Sat-Sun
Featuring hand-rolled New York-style bagels with locally sourced schmears, William Hoyt will straight up take you to Brooklyn.
1123 South 8th Street (behind Common Grounds)
8am-2pm Mon; 8am-2pm Thu-Sun; Closed Tue-Wed.
World Cup Cafe & Fair Trade Market
The World Cup Cafe is a wonderful restaurant on a mission to help the Waco community by training Wacoans in the food service industry, and features breakfast options with loads of fair trade coffee options.
1321 North 15th Street
7am-2pm Mon-Fri; 8am-2pm Sat; Closed Sun.