They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day; that is, of course, unless you include brunch. Who doesn't love the delicious breakfast/lunch hybrid that combines all the best parts of both daytime meals? Yelp Indy has you covered with the list of the Top 10 Brunch Spots in Hamilton County. From locally roasted coffees and savory egg dishes to pastries that will satisfy your sweet tooth, there are bunches of brunches to explore in HamCo.

Methodology: This is an all-time list of restaurants in Hamilton County according to Yelp. We identified businesses in the breakfast or brunch category that are not part of a national chain, then ranked those spots using a number of factors including the total volume and ratings of reviews. We only included businesses with multiple locations on the list once. This list was updated in January 2024.

1. Rivet Coffee Bar & Roastery

337 Jersey St., Westfield

Rivet Coffee Bar & Roastery was born from the owner's decade-long obsession with roasting the best coffees.

Popular Dishes

Matcha, avocado toast, egg and pesto bagel sandwich

Yelp Insight

"This is the best coffee shop/brunch spot north of Sunday. Love all the food, great coffee, amazing service." - Yelper Erin D.

2. Ohanalulu

11640 Brooks School Rd., Ste 100, Fishers

Ohanalulu, formerly Ohana Donuts & Ice Cream, was created out of a love for the amazing Hawaiian islands and all things sweet.

Popular Dishes

Breakfast sandwich, maple bacon donut

Yelp Insight

"These donuts are AMAZING. The actual donut is super good, with the edges being almost crispy. You can choose just about any toppings you want too." - Yelper Kayte H.

3. Rad’s

4733 E. 126th Street, Carmel

Rad’s puts a fresh spin on the traditional American brunch. The name honors the owners’ grandfather, WWII veteran Rad Bailey.

Popular Dishes

Challah French toast, confetti pancakes and avocado toast.

Yelp Insight

“I have been now a dozen times or so and have sampled their many of their breakfast, lunch and bakery items. DO NOT MISS THIS PLACE. Chef Josh, Steve, Dillon and co. go out of their way to make your experience friendly, personable and delicious. I have not even had an average meal. Every item has been top shelf.” – Yelper Jamie G.

4. Sunrise Café @ Uptown

809 Conner Street, Noblesville

The loveable local diner Sunrise Café Uptown has been serving customers since the 1930s on the Historic Noblesville Square.

Popular Dishes

Cowboy benedict, Miller bowl and homemade strawberry jam.

Yelp Insight

“It's that small town café where everyone looks up, smiles and nods. I've loved coming to this café since I was a little girl, and while it has changed owners, the current owners have done an excellent job of maintaining that comfortable feeling. The food has never let me down, and I give them major props for catering to many types of dietary needs and appetites.” – Yelper Janice B.

5. Caffè Buondí

11529 Spring Mill Road Ste. 250, Carmel

Andrea and Emilio of Convivio opened a breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant next door. Caffè Buondí features authentic European dishes and Italian coffee.

Popular Dishes

Frittatas, crepes and Nutella mascarpone French toast.

Yelp Insight

“I had no preconceived notions before I stepped into Caffè Buondí, but I still was pleasantly surprised. There are plenty of gluten free options, especially for a café! The Italian influenced breakfast/lunch options were interesting and tasty. I went with a Buckwheat Galette with ham, Swiss and an over easy egg, with a side of roasted cauliflower and sweet potatoes.” – Yelper Ellie T.

6. Cheeky Bastards

11210 Fall Creek Road, Indianapolis

This family-owned restaurant puts a modern twist on traditional British dishes. Its name originates from a British English expression meant to describe someone who is being cheeky in a playful and teasing manner.

Popular Dishes

Fish and chips, sausage roll and full English breakfast.

Yelp Insight

“Everything was truly AMAZING. You might guess that this place is more of a fun pub since it has a cheeky name and the Brits aren’t necessarily known for their food but this place is truly a 5-star, delicious meal…everyone at our table loved every appetizer, entrée, dessert, and drink ordered, and everything was made in house, so it truly felt worth it. Thanks for bringing the UK spirit to Indiana!” – Yelper Niki B.

7. Erika’s Place

654 Logan Street, Noblesville

Erika’s Place has an old-school diner feel that will remind you of home. Note than in January 2021, Erika's moved from its previous location on State Road 32 in Westfield to downtown Noblesville on the northwest side of the square.

Popular Dishes

Country fried steak and fried bologna.

Yelp Insight

“I love Erika's and feel it is one of the best kept breakfast secrets in town! My husband comes in here almost every weekend and we can't get enough. Neither can anyone that comes in from out of town to visit, Erika's is always a must visit on our guests' to-do lists. If you are a fan of GOOD biscuits and gravy, this is where it is at!!! I am incredibly picky about this type of dish and have never been disappointed.” – Yelper Laura B.

8. Rosie’s Place

68 N. 9th Street, Noblesville

Ever since it opened in 2010, Rosie’s Place has been a favorite in downtown Noblesville. We dare you to leave without trying their famous ooey gooey butter cookies.

Popular Dishes

Pork tenderloin benny, eggs blackstone and gooey butter cookies.

Yelp Insight

“Rosie's is an absolute staple. An institution. A must. There's no better brunch in Noblesville. And that's not just my bias speaking because my family goes here every Saturday....Rosie's Place is the boutique brunch spot you didn't realize you were missing out on. Their bakery is outstanding–the front glass cases and pie dishes filled with goodies will be a constant temptation.” – Yelper David M.

9. Sunny Day Café

1430 W. Carmel Drive, Ste. 130, Carmel

Sunny Day Café ensures you have a sunny adventure with your meal whether you’re eating a breakfast classic or one of their morning favorites with a twist.

Popular Dishes

Omelets, breakfast tacos and French toast.

Yelp Insight

“Delicious food! The multigrain pancakes with bananas and blueberries are the tastiest pancakes I’ve ever had! The French toast is wonderful and the frittata was amazing! Service was impeccable. The ambience is like a diner—so fun for breakfast!” – Yelper April S.

10. Café Patachou

5790 E. Main Street, Carmel

Branded as a “student union for adults since 1989,” Café Patachou remains a Central Indiana favorite.

Popular Dishes

Hippie with a Benz omelette, Cuban breakfast and cinnamon toast.

Yelp Insight

“Patachou has been my go-to breakfast and lunch café for 7+ years. The consistency is always spot-on, and I am continuously impressed by the freshness and high quality of the food, especially the fruit and greens.” – Yelper Melissa S.


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