We were in Grand Rapids last weekend. Any time we are in GR, Andrea wants to eat at Sundance Grill on Pearl Street. (There is one on 28th Street, but I’ve never been to that one.) I usually don’t object too strenuously. Though I like trying new restaurants, I’ve been happy with the food at Sundance, so no arm-pulling is required.
The wait can be long, but this time, we were seated immediately. Since my daughter wasn’t there to demand she have the same, I was able to order a glass of chocolate milk. The waiter convinced Andrea that we needed a cinnamon roll, an appetizer for breakfast, so we go one of those. If you, too, go the “appetizer” route, just get one – they are quite large:
It is hard deciding on breakfast because so many things look so good. On this visit, I went with the El Paso omelet which had chorizo, mashed potatoes and Jack & Cheddar cheese. And, they came with a side of blue corn chips and salsa. Mm, mm good. A little heavy on the mashed potatoes, but I would order it again, if the Bacamole omelet wasn’t on the menu, that is.
Andrea had one of their skillets with bacon, egg, and cheese on it – also an excellent choice, as I can attest, having had her leftovers for lunch the next day. And did I mention no waiting? That may have been a first for us.
And check out the bathrooms. OK, not the bathrooms themselves, but the room between the restaurant and the bathrooms. There is a safe door and old pictures of Grand Rapids.