Get ready to be wowed - Grand Rapids never fails to surprise visitors with the huge variety of things to see and do here: World-renowned art, museums and historic sites for cultural vacationers. World-class golf, recreation and beaches for nature lovers. Incredible farm-to-table restaurants for foodies and wholesome "playcation" fun for families.
Saving the world from ordinary breakfast is no small feat, but Anna’s House expertly accomplishes this mission by providing fresh and local ingredients in all of its menu items. This eatery’s all-natural menu is complemented by a bright and inviting atmosphere that combines soft, cozy lighting and an uplifting blue and green color scheme that makes you feel as though you are sitting down to a family meal at home.
Well, if your dining room at home features a toaster art installation, awesome murals, vintage waitress uniforms and cheery framed inspirational messages, that is. Anna's House is a retro cool feast for the eyes. The photo opps here are just begging to light up your Instagram.
And if that's not reason enough to visit, let's not forget the real feast: The one for your stomach. Anna's House has an extensive menu featuring both familiar comfort foods and unique dishes waiting to be tried. The best part? Everything is made with all-natural, fresh, local ingredients and there are plenty of gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian and vegan options. Delicious and good for you? We're in!
“From your entrée and hand-crafted beverage to your interactions with team members to the joy of sitting near the famous toaster wall or spying the local art or Kitchen-Aid mixer lamp, your Anna’s House experience has been carefully crafted to be cozy,” says Danea Mather, who facilitates menu development and marketing for Anna’s House.
Mather added that some of the most popular comfort food menu items at Anna’s House include the corned beef skillet, cheesy tater tot casserole, chocolate quinoa breakfast bowl, Ghirardelli gourmet hot chocolate, and twilight french toast, which was featured on the Cooking Channel’s show, “Cheap Eats.” Anna’s House offers two locations in Grand Rapids (Plainfield Avenue and East Beltline Avenue ).
Cover photo credit: Anna's House