Whether you’re looking for large portions, healthy options or great prices, Sault Ste. Marie has plenty of breakfast spots for you to check out around the city! Guests of Quattro Hotel enjoy a complimentary hot continental breakfast from the Vinotecca included in their stay. However, for those that are looking for alternatives, these are Quattro’s top recommendations!
The Breakfast Pig
Location: 265 Bruce Street
Breakfast Hours: 8am – 4pm, Monday to Sunday
The winner of numerous awards, The Breakfast Pig is one of the most recognized breakfast spots in the Sault. The Pig offers plenty of hearty breakfast options along with unique holiday specials, such as the Mini Egg waffles during Easter as shown above, and other creative dishes like the 5-0, a grilled glazed donut with bacon and cheese. All of their pork is 100% local and plenty of other local food products are used in their menu. Be sure to get there early on weekends as it fills up quickly!
Ernie’s Coffee Shop
Location: 13 Queen Street E.
Breakfast Hours: 7am – 11am, Tuesday to Saturday
Another staple in Sault Ste. Marie, Ernie’s Coffee Shop has been featured on the popular hit Food Network show, You Gotta Eat Here. Since 1950, Ernie’s has been serving up a variety of delicious homemade classics like bacon and eggs, omelettes, pancakes and plenty of sandwich options. If you’re looking for huge portions of all the classics and a welcoming old-school diner setting, you gotta check out Ernies.
Location: 685 Queen Street E.
Breakfast Hours: 7am – 8pm, Monday to Sunday
Muio’s Restaurant is another local favourite situated in the heart of downtown Sault Ste. Marie. Ask any local for a good breakfast spot and Muio’s will be the answer for a lot of people. Famous for their chicken on a bun, broasted chicken fingers, and Rocco salad, Muio’s offers plenty of great breakfast options, including eggs with Canadian bacon or steak. Pop in for a friendly atmosphere, affordable prices and good breakfast food in the heart of the Sault.
Location: 262 Frontenac Street
Located on the East side of Sault Ste. Marie, Chummy’s Grill tops many people’s favourite breakfast lists in town. If you’re looking for a home cooked breakfast with portions fit for two people at affordable prices, look no further than Chummy’s. Breakfast is served all day, along with fresh baked goods that are cooked fresh daily. Travel down to the East end to try the Chummy’s experience.
Gino’s Family Restaurant
Location: 1076 Great Northern Road
Gino’s Family Restaurant is located in the north end of Sault Ste. Marie and has been serving up delicious Italian food since 1985. This family-run restaurant offers a classic breakfast and lunch menu with great daily specials and kids eat free. With friendly service and great food, Gino’s provides a wonderful breakfast experience on the north side of town.
Location: 71 Elgin Street
Breakfast Hours: Opens 8am, Monday to Friday | Open 10am, Saturday
Craving some delicious healthy breakfast options? Cafe Natura is a whole food eatery and nutraceutical dispensary in downtown Sault Ste. Marie. They are serving up tasty and nutritious meals like omelettes with organic ingredients, organic apple mash, and french rye toast with local maple syrup. Satisfy your taste buds and your body with breakfast from Cafe Natura!
Location: 260 Queen Street W.
Breakfast Hours: 24 hours, Monday to Sunday
Located near to the International Bridge, Westside Cafe is well known for its late-night eats crowd. For a lot of people, the late munchies tend to be Westside’s awesome breakfast. Open 24/7, Westside has plenty of great breakfast choices, including a side of poutine that is a must-try. If you’re looking for breakfast eats at any time of the day, Westside is a great option.
Community First Curling Centre
Location: 124 Anita Boulevard
Breakfast Hours: Opens 8am, Monday to Saturday
The Community First Curling Centre is our hidden gem breakfast spot in town. Located in central SSM near Superior Heights high school, they serve a classic breakfast menu along with daily fresh baking options like pies, tarts and gooey cinnamon buns. If you’re in the area or have a day of curling planned, stop in for a Curling Centre breakfast.