Sundance Grill–Grand Rapids, Michigan

It’s two in the afternoon and you’re craving scrambled eggs, toast, pancakes, and a few slices of bacon. You need a place that serves breakfast even after breakfast is traditionally served.

Sundance Grill, located downtown and on 28th Street near Cascade, is breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a southwestern flair. The two locations offer different atmospheres to soak in, families versus businessmen, but the quality of service has always been excellent. From the moment I walked in, I felt like a valued customer. Service was friendly and expedient. The menus are the same at both locations with breakfast served all day; every dish is bright and screams flavor and spice.

The Maryland blue lump crab scramble is good for breakfast or lunch, even dinner. The numerous times I have been there have been for lunch. Normally I reserve eggs for breakfast but the combination of crab, dill, and cream cheese balanced the eggs out. The crab scramble tasted like clouds of heaven, rich, fluffy,  and smooth. The portion was small and left me wanting more.

The ingredients are fresh; I ordered the house salad and a cup of the roasted corn chowder. The vegetables were crisp and crunchy in the salad and the roasted corn chowder overflowed with corn rather than liquid overpowering the corn. Wary of the quality due to the low prices, I was astonished to find Sundance Grill is a restaurant that prides itself on quality and service with low cost to consumers. The money you’ll save on dishes will pay for the gas so go and visit one of the Sundance Grill locations near you.


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