This long standing establishment (since 1963) has been flipping eggs, pancakes and burgers as early in the season as April for the locals; through the Mackinac Races where the sailors go for their first solid meal in days; into late October when almost every other restaurant has closed. Breakfast is served here all day long and we’d recommend anything. The Island Breakfast is a favorite meal consisting of two eggs any style, bacon or ham, sausage patties or links and hash browns. Native islanders stop in for their buttermilk, blueberry or southern pecan griddle cakes. Ice cream cones, sundaes with house made hot fudge sauce from Ryba’s and shakes are a staple. Ryba’s Fudge is sold on the premises. It’s the best with some hot coffee! The décor is what you’d expect from an old pancake house, and the price is right for a family - so come as you are. These waitresses don’t stop all day. Forty-two years in business says it all. Quality is the name of the game here.