n Treviso, Italy in the 1930s, Ivy converted her family’s front patio into a small eatery, feeding local workers family recipes crafted with eggs from her farm. Ivy’s cooking quickly gained popularity among the townsfolk, and when people mentioned her grill they noted that it could be found on the “sunny side” of the street. Nearly 70 years later in 2004, Ivy’s grandson opened Sunnyside Grill to serve the same home-cooked breakfast food that made his grandmother a success.
All three of Sunnyside Grill’s locations serve breakfast all day long, pairing grade AA large eggs with premium-grade bacon and sausages crafted from a blend of pork and beef. Lunchtime items include 100 per cent pure beef burgers, classic BLTs, and caesar salads, which put an end to midday stomach rumbling that makes people look out the window to search for an approaching thunderstorm.