Whether you’re hoping for a hangover cure, or just want to start your day off strong, these four brunch joints are sure to hit the spot.
You won’t want to miss the “matinees” (aka brunch) at The Delft—with menu items like Buckwheat Pancakes, Chicken & Waffles (made with sweet potato waffles), and the Short Rib Benedict, it’s no wonder why it’s love at first bite. Servin’ up every Saturday and Sunday from 10am-2pm.
The Steinhaus is an absolute must-stop brunch spot (Saturday and Sundays from 9am-2pm). And for a niche restaurant, their menu is super inclusive of all types of taste buds, from the Vegetarian Hash to the Country Fried Schnitzel. Also, their morning cocktail menu is just as impressive and palatable as their mid-morning entrees.
Almost everyone’s tried and (more than likely) loves Eggs Benedict, but you’ve got to try the Eggs Benedict Du Jour, specially crafted from Lagniappe’s Chef De Cuisine. Or you can just stick with the Cajun classics, like the Memphis Chicken and Waffles or the Etouffee Omelet. Whatever you choose, you’ll be happy you did. Brunch is available every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 11am-2pm.
The only thing better than brunch is breakfast served ALL DAY, which is how they do it at Cafe Bodega, Tuesday through Sunday (8am-10pm). Start with the basics: eggs, taters, and toast. Or check out some of their specialties like the Spud Plate, Huevos Rancheros, or Biscuits and Gravy. They also serve up some tasty vegan and gluten-friendly options, too.