Kids got you scrambling for a brunch spot that’s family-friendly? Looking for a place that can accommodate the little ones + keep them busy with coloring books?
We’ve rounded up a few spots for every meal + a couple of places that are typically reserved for adults.
Happy Days Family Pancake House | 2126 S. Sherman Dr. | Take the crew out on a Thursday + you might catch classic cars cruising in.
Good Morning Mama’s Cafe | 1001 E. 54th St. | Stop in after a Monon bike ride — kids’ breakfast items range from $3-$4.
Lincoln Square Pancake House | Various locations | The local chain serves breakfast all day long, in case you need a morning to sleep in.
Pizza King Station | 8100 E. US Hwy. 36, Avon | Place your order via intercom, get your drinks from the miniature train + pay a quarter for TV time.
Baby’s | 2147 N. Talbott St. | The kids’ menu offers up mini burgers + a fun-sized side and parents can get a boozy milkshake.
Trader’s Point Creamery | 9101 Moore Rd., Zionsville | The kiddos will remember stopping by the dairy bar + farm store.
The Old Spaghetti Factory | 210 S. Meridian St. | It’s not every day that you find a life-sized train parked inside a restaurant.
Just Pop In! | 6406 Cornell Ave. | For $8, kids can eat fluffer nutters + pasta before you grab some popcorn to go.
Ford’s Garage | 13193 Levinson Ln. #100, Noblesville | The children can marvel at classic cars hanging from the ceiling while they fill up on grilled cheese.
Field Brewing | 303 E. Main St., Westfield | All ages are welcome here — adults have their choice of beer, cocktails + espresso beverages.
Half Liter Beer & BBQ Hall | 5301 Winthrop Ave., Ste. B | The kids will love eating outside in the dog-friendly beer garden.
St. Joseph Brewery and Public House | 540 N. College Ave. | You can get a charcuterie board + beer while the children admire the transformed church atmosphere.