Breakfast starts at 7 a.m. daily
105 S. Main St., Nixa
Take your favorite breakfast dish, do it well, then add a little je ne sais quoi to punch things up a few notches. That’s how it’s done at Morning Day Cafe. The bloody marys are extra in the best way. The biscuits and gravy are made with rosemary biscuits and mushroom gravy. And in general, everything’s just a little unexpected. What a way to start the day, right?
What to Order at Morning Day Cafe
For a sweet tooth: Yogurt pancakes with fresh fruit and syrup.
For a savory bite: Breakfast in bed croissant sandwich with herbed cream cheese.
For eating light: Bohemian wrap with quinoa and tons of veggies.
For a gut bomb: Brekky Nachos with scrambled eggs and both bacon and sausage, with poblano cheese sauce and avocado cream.
Must-try morning cocktail: Bloody mary flight with all the best toppings.
Mood: Quirky and irreverent for when you want to start the day with personality.
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Brunch served 9 a.m.–2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
2144 E. Republic, Suite B101
Progress never ceases to impress with its menu of sophisticated, innovative dishes. Now, in addition to the brunch menu, you can order from their new restaurant concept that’s currently being beta tested inside Progress. It’s called Sundays, and it has a small-but-mighty menu of mostly fried chicken sammies. The Sundays menu is available alongside the brunch menu.
What to Order at Progress
For a sweet tooth: Chocolate Croissant Toast with chocolate–pine nut spread.
For a savory bite: Brunch bowl with bacon crumbles, chickpeas and avocado.
For eating light: House-made yogurt bowl with chocolate granola.
For a gut bomb: The Spicy Sunday chicken sandwich with tots from the Sundays menu.
Must-try morning cocktail: Revised Brunch Daiquiri with house-made banana syrup.
Mood: Refined and exceptional—for big moments like anniversaries or tiny, everyday moments that deserve some special treatment too.