This is for a 2015 Michigan Trip including:The Filling Station Microbrewery, Morning at Maggies Omelette Shoppe, Mackinaw Brewing Company, and Tony's I-75.
We were in Bay City for a friend's wedding and the morning after, we were naturally hungry for some brunch. Located a stone's throw from the Doubletree was Morning at Maggies, the neighborhood omelette shoppe.
Down-home and casual, it's the perfect spot to get a hearty breakfast.
Baked Potato [$7.99]
Shredded potato, bacon, green onion, cheddar cheese, sour cream
They had a number of omelette and frittata options available. The GF went with the baked potato omelette, which had all the tastes of a proper loaded baked potato collapsed into an omelette. It had a nice creaminess, though the shredded potato was a bit starchy. In addition to some toast, you also got a choice of shredded potato cakes or watermelon as a side.
Create Your Own Frittata [$8.99]
Bacon, sausage, Monterey Jack, green pepper, mushrooms, spinach
I decided to build my own frittata. I went with a hefty mix of crisp bacon and hearty sausage, with plenty of Monterey Jack cheese, green peppers, mushrooms, and spinach mixed in. While it wasn't well-seasoned, it wasn't anything Frank's Red Hot couldn't fix. I opted for a potato cake side, which was a bit starchy and didn't have much flavor outside of a paprika sprinkling on top.
Overall though, Morning at Maggie's offers huge portions and hearty breakfast options. While the seasoning could have been better, the ingredients were fresh and definitely satiated our hunger pangs.