Breakfast is my favorite meal. At times I can be pretty boring, but it’s hard to be boring at Sunny Street Café. Omelettes, Belgian waffles, breakfast burritos, eggs benedicts and stuffed biscuits are just some of the items you’ll find on their menu to jump-start your day. So what’s better than breakfast?

Well, if it’s a long day then going out to lunch can make everything better (especially when the copy machine decides to put up a fight).  Guess what? Sunny Street Café serves lunch. Skip the eggs and get a Half-Pound Black Angus Burger, a Turkey Philly Sandwich, Grilled Veggie Wrap or my new favorite—a huge Chef’s Salad (emphasis on huge).  Best of all, Sunny Street has TWO Dublin, Ohio locations (both just five-minutes away from our offices).

If you love your eggs--no worries. Breakfast is served all day.  And when I say “all-day” I really mean all day. Restaurant hours are 6:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m, but Sunny Street Café will open up their dining room in the evenings for a private group dining event. You can network while dining on flaky croissants filled with fresh Albacore tuna salad or have some fun and serve your group “Brinner” -- Breakfast for Dinner!  When you’re trying to feed a big group, use their extensive catering menu. Check out their “build a box lunch” that you can customize to suit individual tastes. 

There are a few more surprises on Sunny Street. Dublin is home to 3,000 businesses so Sunny Street Café provides a discount for the “Company of the Month.” Just show your company ID badge and get a deal (This month it's Verizon). You can also show your child (under 12 years) and they will get to eat for $1.99. Sunny Street is a family-friendly restaurant that provides lots of options to enjoy delicious food for breakfast, lunch or brinner.

Dublin's Sunny Street Café restaurants are located at  7042 Hospital Drive off Avery Dr. ( 614/389-3640  ) and at 7573 Sawmill Rd. in the Kroger Marketplace Center ( 614/932-7008).

 ~Post by Allison