In every corner of our beautiful region, local restaurants are an indelible part of the community. With long-standing cafés to newer diners in the area, there are many places to find breakfast and brunch all around Lewis County.

From the Twin Cities to Pe Ell, Vader, Morton and everywhere in between, find brunch spots to sit back, relax and really enjoy your food. Let someone else serve the most important meal of the day while you linger over a bounty of savory or sweet comfort cuisine dishes.


McFilers Chehalis
McFilers feels at home next to the historic buildings that make up downtown Chehalis. Photo credit: Greg Carlson

543 NW Pacific Ave., Chehalis

On Saturday and Sunday, starting at 9 a.m., McFiler’s in Chehalis offers breakfast and mimosas. Find a delicious menu with dishes like crab cake benedict with hashbrowns, potato cakes with eggs and toast, or corned beef hash and your choice of eggs and toast. See what McFiler’s is serving by following their social media and stop by today for an amazing brunch in a welcoming atmosphere.

Judy’s Country Kitchen

3210 Galvin Rd., Centralia

Open seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., Centralia’s Judy’s Country Kitchen is a Lewis County favorite for brunch. “Where friends come to meet,” Judy’s parking lot is often full, and the restaurant is filled with hungry, happy patrons. Serving breakfast and lunch, Judy’s Country Kitchen is known for its delicious, classic country cuisine and friendly service. Breakfast is offered all day, and find a menu with classics like omelets, scrambles, griddle fixins, or biscuits and gravy served “your way.” Try Judy’s Favorite, an omelet with grilled chicken, Swiss cheese, mushrooms, olives, green peppers and onion. For those who prefer sweet over savory, don’t miss the strawberry crepes, cornflake french toast or banana nut pancakes.

Ramblin Jack’s Rib Eye

1336 Rush Rd., Napavine

Ramblin Jack's RibEye Restaurant
Stepping into Ramblin Jack’s Rib Eye is a feast for the eyes and the stomach. Photo credit: Kristina Lotz

Near Napavine, find Ramblin Jack’s Rib Eye just off of I-5. This local favorite is a mainstay in the area and serves a hearty breakfast starting at 8 a.m. every day. Specialties at the Ranch include smoked tri-tip with eggs or pulled pork with eggs. Get a Denver omelet if a big meal is what you are looking for. Chef Mel’s cinnamon french toast is sure to please even the pickiest of eaters.

Little Crane Café

110 7th St., Vader

Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays and 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on weekends, Little Crane Café in Vader offers brunch with a smile. Try the chicken fried steak smothered in country gravy or the country benedict with a freshly baked biscuit topped with sausage, gravy and eggs. Really hungry? Give one of the breakfast combos a try — they are served with two eggs in any style, hashbrowns and toast — like the bacon-wrapped breakfast steak.

Rowdy Rooster Bistro

Winlock Vader Food Bank
Look for the colorful rooter to point you to the Rowdy Rooster Bistro in Winlock. Photo credit: Joyce Fink

503 NE 1st St., Winlock

Rowdy Rooster Bistro in Winlock is a wonderful spot for a simple brunch, all while supporting the local food bank. Grab a breakfast sammie with egg, cheese, bacon, or sausage on an English muffin. You can even build your own breakfast with a selection of choices. For those under ten or over 70, Rowdy Rooster offers options like the 1+1+1 with an egg, slice of bacon and toast for lighter appetites. This affordable restaurant is easy on the budget, and the staff is super friendly!

Papa Bears Restaurant

207 W Main Ave., Morton

At Papa Bears Restaurant in Morton, find a massive breakfast menu with all the morning favorites like omelets, slams, french toast, pancake stacks and more served seven days a week starting at 8 a.m. Try the Main Street slam with two eggs, bacon, sausage and pancakes for a brunch meal sure to fill you up. Be sure to order a bloody mary for the perfect brunch drink. There’s a little cub (children’s) and a 55+ menu for those who might not be so hungry.

Evey’s Café and Lounge

Evey’s Café and Lounge
Evey’s in Pe Ell serves up homemade goodness. Photo credit: Farley Walker

416 N Main St., Pe Ell

Open seven days a week starting at 8 a.m., Evey’s Café and Lounge in Pe Ell serve classic breakfast combos, omelets and more. They also offer side orders of breakfast items for an a la carte brunch just the way you like it. On the weekends, get everyone’s favorite, biscuits and gravy! Save some room for one of their delicious homemade cinnamon rolls too.

Linger over a plate of fruit waffles, have a hearty starter of an omelet with all the fixings or dive into a delicious plate of a classic breakfast. Lewis County’s got you covered for the day’s first meal with these fantastic brunch stops.

Where’s your favorite breakfast or brunch spot in Lewis County? Send us an email to submit@lewistalk.com and let us know! 

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