Rustlers' Front Street Grill

Visit Rustlers Front Street Grill.


This has become one of our favorite places to have breakfast.  Often we don’t have time to make it at home, so we call in an order and pick it up.  I love the omelets and of course, their bacon, did I say BACON?  It is absolutely the best we have ever had, and we raise our own.  I always get extra.  

I also now and then give myself a treat and have the pannenkoeken, it is the best ever.  So when in town, be sure to stop on in, anytime.  They are open from 

Sun: 7am – 8:30pm
Mon: 7am – 8:30pm
Tue-Thur: 6am – 8:30pm
Fri-Sat: 6am-9:30pm


Sun: 9am – 9:00pm
Mon-Thur: 11am – 10:00pm
Fri: 11am – 11:00pm
Sat:9am – 11:00pm

Here are some of our favorites:

  • Denver Omelet 
  • Biscuits and Gravy 
  • Pannenkoeken
  • French Dip
  • Sweet Potato Fries (my favorite)
  • Hawaiin Chicken Burger
  • Bacon Cheddar

For a complete list of their menu, go to Rustlers Front Street Grill 


Rustlers Front Street Grill offers “a fun, family atmosphere with a quirky Western feel,” laughed Lynden native Kevin Seutz, who owns the 300-seat downtown restaurant at 405 Front St. with wife Belinda. They purchased Dutch Mothers Family Restaurant from Dave and Debbie Black, effective Jan. 1, 2020

“We’re keeping some of the favorites from Dutch Mothers, including pannenkoeken, the thin, crispy Dutch pancake that’s delicious with sweet or savory toppings,” Kevin Seutz said. “We also still serve their homemade pies and baked goods. But we’ve added some of our favorites, including steaks, tacos, and flatbread pizza.”

Kevin and Belinda Seutz also have owned the 180-seat Rusty Wagon, located just north of Hinote’s Corner at 6937 Hannegan Road, Lynden, since 2000. They originally planned to launch Rustlers Front Street Grill shortly after Jan. 1 but then decided to take more time to update the Blonden Building, constructed in 1909, without disrupting customers. Dutch Mothers opened in 1982 and was acquired by the Blacks in 1996.

“We wanted to do it right and create a nice space for people to enjoy,” Seutz said. “When you have a gifted brother as I do in terms of renovating, Whatcom Home Repair owner Craig Seutz, you take advantage of that knowledge and experience and let him lead the charge on what needs to happen. My good friend Dusty Poortinga contributed his talent and vision for woodworking and artwork to the project. With the additional help from numerous family and friends, it was worth waiting a little longer.” 

 For more information, call the restaurant at (360) 354-2174 or visit

For more information on Lynden, check out our Local Guide, and be sure to enjoy your day before you head back home to your cozy getaway at the Oostema Farmstead.  We will keep the light on for you.

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