September 03, 2015

Cleveland Restaurants to Get Breakfast for Dinner

Whether it's salty or sweet, breakfast is always on the menu at these Cleveland dining establishments. From counting out local legends to hidden gems, we're here to help you figure out where to get your early morning fix at dinnertime.

By Brittany Rees

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Yours Truly Restaurant
13228 Shaker Square
Open until 11 p.m.
With eight locations across Ohio, Yours Truly Restaurant must be doing something right. The friendly and comforting environment makes it ideal to gather up buddies and snarf down some waffles for a third meal. Diners here can start off with bacon and toast and stay all the way until last call milkshakes. (Photo courtesy of Yours Truly Restaurant Facebook page)

Yours Truly Restaurant

13228 Shaker Square

Open until 11 p.m.

With eight locations across Ohio, Yours Truly Restaurant must be doing something right. The friendly and comforting environment makes it ideal to gather up buddies and snarf down some waffles for a third meal. Diners here can start off with bacon and toast and stay all the way until last call milkshakes. (Photo courtesy of Yours Truly Restaurant Facebook page)

 The Big Egg
5107 Detroit Ave
Open until 9 p.m.
With a name like The Big Egg, you can bet this family-owned restaurant serves its breakfast menu for supper. As it suggests, the eclectic Cleveland eatery offers a  longer list of egg entrees than we're betting anyone's ever seen. From omelettes to sunny side up, The Big Egg has you covered. If that's not enough to sell a hungry local, it should also be mentioned, The Big Egg doubles as a Mediterranean restaurant so customers can grab their french toast with a side of goulash on an evening out. (Photo courtesy of the Big Egg Facebook page)

The Big Egg

5107 Detroit Ave

Open until 9 p.m.

With a name like The Big Egg, you can bet this family-owned restaurant serves its breakfast menu for supper. As it suggests, the eclectic Cleveland eatery offers a longer list of egg entrees than we're betting anyone's ever seen. From omelettes to sunny side up, The Big Egg has you covered. If that's not enough to sell a hungry local, it should also be mentioned, The Big Egg doubles as a Mediterranean restaurant so customers can grab their french toast with a side of goulash on an evening out. (Photo courtesy of the Big Egg Facebook page)

George's Kitchen
13101 Triskett Rd
Open until 10 p.m.
A true all-American, vintage-style diner, George's Kitchen is filled with red linoleum and deep-fried breakfast necessities. From some truly homey homefries to biscuits and gravy, George's knows exactly how to do comfort food. As an added bonus, the 35-year-old breakfast joint serves its full menu until 10 p.m. (Photo courtesy of George's Kitchen Facebook page)

George's Kitchen

13101 Triskett Rd

Open until 10 p.m.

A true all-American, vintage-style diner, George's Kitchen is filled with red linoleum and deep-fried breakfast necessities. From some truly homey homefries to biscuits and gravy, George's knows exactly how to do comfort food. As an added bonus, the 35-year-old breakfast joint serves its full menu until 10 p.m. (Photo courtesy of George's Kitchen Facebook page)

Prosperity Social Club
1109 Starkweather Ave
Open until 2:30 a.m.
Any frequent reader of Cleveland Scene or local bar hopper will know the Prosperity Social Club is one of the areas premiere prohibition era pubs. What locals may not know about the rustic-yet-high-end tavern is that it also boasts a full-service breakfast menu. In addition to the expected spinach dip and buffalo wings, this bar also offers drinkers what they really crave after two, three or six beers: eggs, cheese and bacon, making this place a day-drinking destination and a breakfast-for-dinner eater's dream. (Photo courtesy of Instagram user @nataliacancook)

Prosperity Social Club

1109 Starkweather Ave

Open until 2:30 a.m.

Any frequent reader of Cleveland Scene or local bar hopper will know the Prosperity Social Club is one of the areas premiere prohibition era pubs. What locals may not know about the rustic-yet-high-end tavern is that it also boasts a full-service breakfast menu. In addition to the expected spinach dip and buffalo wings, this bar also offers drinkers what they really crave after two, three or six beers: eggs, cheese and bacon, making this place a day-drinking destination and a breakfast-for-dinner eater's dream. (Photo courtesy of Instagram user @nataliacancook)

My Friend's Restaurant
11616 Detroit Ave
Open 24 hours
Wallpapered with its own fan mail, My Friend's Restaurant is the only joint on this list with an entire eggs benedict menu. Unlike other diners and cafes on this list, this fan favorite doesn't have as extensive of a menu. However, what it lacks in quantity, My Friend's Restaurant makes up for with quality. Another vegetarian-friendly food haven, My Friend's is great for the the picky eater and the breakfast-for-dinner diner. (Photo courtesy of Instagram user @_koolahkinks)

My Friend's Restaurant

11616 Detroit Ave

Open 24 hours

Wallpapered with its own fan mail, My Friend's Restaurant is the only joint on this list with an entire eggs benedict menu. Unlike other diners and cafes on this list, this fan favorite doesn't have as extensive of a menu. However, what it lacks in quantity, My Friend's Restaurant makes up for with quality. Another vegetarian-friendly food haven, My Friend's is great for the the picky eater and the breakfast-for-dinner diner. (Photo courtesy of Instagram user @_koolahkinks)

Wild Goats Cafe
319 West Main St, Kent
Open until 8:30 p.m.
Kent may be a bit of a drive from Cleveland, but with how inexpensive and mouth-watering Wild Goats is, customers can expect to make up for their lost gas money here. Aside from serving its full breakfast menu all day, the hole-in-the-wall also offers daily discounts. Luckily for breakfast enthusiasts, it even has its own breakfast for dinner special Wednesday nights where each breakfast menu item is only a dollar. (Photo courtesy of Wild Goats Cafe Facebook page)

Wild Goats Cafe

319 West Main St, Kent

Open until 8:30 p.m.

Kent may be a bit of a drive from Cleveland, but with how inexpensive and mouth-watering Wild Goats is, customers can expect to make up for their lost gas money here. Aside from serving its full breakfast menu all day, the hole-in-the-wall also offers daily discounts. Luckily for breakfast enthusiasts, it even has its own breakfast for dinner special Wednesday nights where each breakfast menu item is only a dollar. (Photo courtesy of Wild Goats Cafe Facebook page)

Corky & Lenny's
27091 Chagrin Blvd
Breakfast all day
Who wouldn't love a restaurant that boasts "BREAKFAST ANYTIME!" At this Chagrin Blvd. dining establishment diners can stuff themselves with all the breakfast staples including thick cut Challah french toast, bologna and eggs, and loaded egg white omelettes.  (Photo courtesy of Facebook)

Corky & Lenny's

27091 Chagrin Blvd

Breakfast all day

Who wouldn't love a restaurant that boasts "BREAKFAST ANYTIME!" At this Chagrin Blvd. dining establishment diners can stuff themselves with all the breakfast staples including thick cut Challah french toast, bologna and eggs, and loaded egg white omelettes. (Photo courtesy of Facebook)

Gene's Place to Dine
3730 Rocky River Dr
Open until 8 p.m.
In a word, Gene's place is something. A depression-era themed restaurant, the vintage spot clutters its menu with 1930s pop culture references and placeholder fonts. It also offers some great dinner-time breakfast options. The "Good Times" platter confusingly includes an 8 ounce ribeye, 2 eggs and 3 pancakes. While the "Count Basie" is a broccoli and cheddar omelette, naturally. (Photo courtesy of Gene's Place to Dine Facebook page)

Gene's Place to Dine

3730 Rocky River Dr

Open until 8 p.m.

In a word, Gene's place is something. A depression-era themed restaurant, the vintage spot clutters its menu with 1930s pop culture references and placeholder fonts. It also offers some great dinner-time breakfast options. The "Good Times" platter confusingly includes an 8 ounce ribeye, 2 eggs and 3 pancakes. While the "Count Basie" is a broccoli and cheddar omelette, naturally. (Photo courtesy of Gene's Place to Dine Facebook page)