Breakfast with Santa Events in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Where can families share holiday meals, like breakfast, with Santa Claus this Christmas season? Check out this list of local breakfast with Santa events.

Santa Claus may love cookies and milk, but he also has a soft spot for a hearty breakfast, it seems! And it’s no wonder. With all those visits to make even before Christmas day, the guy needs fuel!

St. Nick is making an appearance at a number of different towns in Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties for some extra special holiday breakfasts, brunches, lunches and dinners – and your family is invited to join him.

Sit down to a holiday meal with the man in red at these local events, where kids are guaranteed to have a magical, jolly good time.

Heads up: Many meals with Santa events require families to register in advance, and tickets are selling like hotcakes. Reserve your space now and be sure to check ahead on any COVID-19 safety protocols.

Milk and Cookies with Santa at Rochester Avon Recreation Authority

Dec. 10, 2021

  • Address: Rochester Avon Recreation Authority, 500 E. 2nd St., Rochester
  • Time: 5-6 p.m., 6-7 p.m. and 7-8 p.m.
  • Cost: $8/child in advance, $10/child at the door

Register in advance to visit with Santa and enjoy some milk and cookies. Take a holiday craft and coloring pages with you.

Lunch with Santa at Lakeshore Park

Dec. 11, 2021

Come for a visit with Santa and a spaghetti lunch. Plus, Christmas-themed crafts, holiday sing-along with Mrs. Claus and more. For ages 3-plus.

Santa’s Jingle Bell Brunch at the Macomb Township Recreation Center  

Dec. 11, 2021

  • Address: Macomb Township Recreation Center, 20699 Macomb Street, Macomb
  • Time: 9-10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
  • Cost: $6/Macomb Township resident, $11/non-resident

Grab a continental breakfast. Then join Santa and some other special guests for stories and songs. Make sure to bring your own camera. Each kid goes home with a gift.

Santa Snack n’ Dash

Dec. 11, 2021

  • Address: Rochester Community House, 816 Ludlow Ave, Rochester
  • Time: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. (30-min. time slots)
  • Cost: $5/child, free/adults

Kids can enjoy a snack and a visit with Santa. Make sure to bring your letter for Santa and get your picture taken with him and on his sled. Hot cocoa and coffee will be available.

Snacks with Santa at Kensington Metropark

Dec. 11-12, 18-19 2021

Visit with Santa by the Christmas tree, sing carols, eat snacks, and enjoy a horse-drawn hayride or sleigh ride. Registration required.

Snacks with Santa at Richardson Center

Dec. 11, 2021

Visit with Santa and enjoy a special holiday treat. There will also be crafts to make and take. Registration required.

Breakfast with Santa at Ford House

Dec. 12, 19, 2021

Breakfast includes multiple breakfast food stations and a visit with Santa at your table. Space is limited, so purchase your tickets in advance.

Breakfast with Santa at Olde World Canterbury Village

Dec. 12, 2021

  • Address: King’s Court Castle Restaurant & Banquet Facility, 2325 Joslyn Road, Lake Orion
  • Time: 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
  • Cost: $24.99/person plus tax and 20% gratuity

This buffet-style breakfast will include all your favorite morning fare and visits with the big guy, too. Call or email to reserve your spot.

Know of any other Santa breakfast, lunch or dinner events happening in southeast Michigan this season? Comment below and we’ll add them to this list!

This post is updated annually. 


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