Mark Johnson’s weekly foray into awesome dining
Where to go: Ginger’s Cafe
Where it is: 1804 E Conner St., Noblesville
When it’s open: Monday through Sunday, 7 a.m, to 2 p.m.
Mark’s take: Remember the warm, cozy charm of a traditional restaurant with great homestyle cooking? You don’t need a time machine to find it. Ginger’s Cafe offers that charm and homestyle cuisine that will transport you back in time. With a vintage look and casual vibe, Ginger’s is the perfect place for early morning breakfast or an afternoon brunch. With a menu of made-from-scratch dishes, you’ll feel like you’re coming home.
What to Get: Can’t decide what to get? No worries, just create your own – omelet, that is. You’ll have your choice of cheese, meat and add-ins. I recommend the sausage with cheddar cheese to start. After that, it’s all up to you. As for the side, have a generous portion of hash browns.
What’s the cost: Entrees between $5.99-$10.25
Want to know more? Visit firstname.lastname@example.org, call 317-773-0303 and follow Ginger’s on Facebook.