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.
Focused on offering global foods with locally-sourced ingredients, the culinary crew at Graydon’s Crossing enjoys crafting classic brunch dishes with their own twist. Some must-try brunch items include the Proper Brekkie (two eggs, house-made beer bacon, bangers, Graydon’s Spuds), The Copyright (applewood bacon, smoked gouda, over medium fried egg on an English muffin), and the crowd-pleasing Fish and Chips. There are also plenty of gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, and vegan options, like the Thai Tofu Skillet, which has seasoned tofu scramble, cherry tomato, shaved brussels sprouts, snap pea, fried potato, Thai vinaigrette, and scallion.
Graydon’s provides a diverse menu of brunch cocktails that includes $4 Absolut Peppar Bloody Marys, $4 Starcut Mosa Cider, $5 Blueberry Pancake Shot, and a $5 Beer Mosa made with Saugatuck Brewing Company ’s Oval Beach Blonde. Graydon’s Crossing recently extended its brunch hours on Sundays to run all day so that patrons can enjoy brunch even later, and so those working in retail or service industries don’t miss the good eats because of a shift.