Images from Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

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Images from Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana does breakfast up right!

With fantastic prices and a really nice selection of traditional breakfast favorites (as well as a few surprises), this Battle Ground, Indiana restaurant really hit the spot.

Local chatter and a basket of toys in the front give this small town restaurant great atmosphere. I’ll need to make  my way back to Eye Opener Cafe again just to give the pork tenderloin sandwich a try!

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

Eye-Opener Cafe in Battle Ground, Indiana

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Eye-Opener Cafe
103 Main Street
Battle Ground, Indiana 47920
765.430.2495

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