Red Velvet Pancakes at Anna's House in Grand Rapids
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Mexican restaurant and bar brings a modern touch to the classic pre-Hispanic cuisine of Mexico. Brunch choices include huevos, empanadas, tortas and tostadas as well as a wide selection of cocktails. Sundays 10am-3pm.
Brunch options at this French brasserie range from fresh oysters, lobster and shrimp to a variety of egg dishes, salads and sandwiches. Sparkling French cocktails, too. Brunch served from 9am-3pm Saturday and Sunday.
San Chez blends authentic European, Mediterranean and Latin American cuisines into a variety of tapas, egg dishes, hashes and other brunch dishes. Brunch is served until 1 pm on weekends, 2 pm on weekdays, 1 pm on weekends. Beverage options include a killer sangria.
French-inspired riverside bistro in the JW Marriott hotel offers a weekend breakfast buffet stocked with unique daily features such as smoked salmon, charcuterie, fruit, pastries, bacon, sausage, pancakes, made-to-order omelets and more. Saturdays and Sundays from 7am-2pm.
Brunch entrées at this Downtown Market restaurant range from build-your-own Social Skillets to Social-ized versions of Steak and Eggs, Corned Beef Hash, Chicken and Waffles, and other classic dishes. Unique specialty cocktails complement the food offering. Brunch is served from 10am to 3pm Saturday and Sunday.
The fresh, eclectic brunch fare at this Prohibition-inspired restaurant includes creative variations of eggs, French toast, breakfast sandwiches and more. Specially priced mimosas, Bloody Marys and other cocktails, too. Saturday and Sunday from 10am-2pm.
With menu categories like “Lay Off Me, I’m Starving,” “These Are Best With Booze” and “Hey…Sweet Stuff,” it’s no wonder this laid-back joint packs ‘em in on weekends. The retro arcade and pinball gallery may have something to do with it, too. Sundays.
Made-from-scratch breakfast dishes are served all day long, making Sundance a popular weekend brunch destination. Try the pomegranate mimosas and B.L.T. Bloody Marys. Open until 9pm Saturday and 3pm Sunday. A Southeast location is open later.
This Basque-inspired restaurant brings the tapas concept to brunch, with a variety of sharing plates featuring pintxos, empanadas, bocadillos and more. Unique specialty cocktails include the Bloody Mary 822, G & Tea and a mimosa made with sparkling cava. Sundays from 10am-3pm.
One of the area’s favorite Bloody Mary bars, unique mimosas, sharing plates and “world” tacos share the menu with brandy apple French toast, hot chicken ‘n’ waffles, porkbelly skillet and other favorites.
Crepes, tortillas, poached pears and Egyptian eggs are a few of the del brunch options at this Mediterranean restaurant in an historic-home neighborhood. Cocktail offerings include a Harissa Bloody Mary. Brunch served until 3:30pm Saturday and Sunday.
The Barrel-Aged Beer Brunch here features barrel-aged beers (natch) as well as specially priced mimosas and a Bloody Mary bar. Food selections range from Breakfast Sausage Pizza and Biscuits & Gravy to a Greasy Spoon Burger and Kimchi Nachos. Sundays.
Classic neighborhood bar invites all comers to attend “Church on the Birch” on Sundays, complete with a free taco bar, self-serve bloody bar and mimosas. Starts at 11am.
From a proper English Brekkie to a Thai Tofu Skillet, international influences abound on the brunch menu of this “global pub.” Choose from a vast collection of draught beers and cocktails. Saturday and Sunday from 10am-3pm.
This local favorite offers a variety of flavorful breakfast dishes and bakery items with lots of vegetarian and vegan options. A Bloody Mary and mimosa bar is available from 10am -2pm Saturdays and Sundays.
Enjoy $4 Bloody Marys and mimosas all day Sunday at this Alger Heights neighborhood restaurant. Creative, made-from-scratch dishes include Obi-Wan Kielbasa, Shrimp Etouffee, Chicken & Donuts, and New Orleans Beignets. Open from 10 am - 4 pm Sunday.
One-of-a-kind Mexican street food concept offers a weekend brunch with breakfast versions of burritos, nachos, tortas, tacos and flautas, plus refreshing mimosas, cidermosas and Bloody Marias. Saturday and Sunday from 10am-noon.
Sunday brunch showcases unique twists on classics, from banana bread French toast to slow-roasted prime rib hash. Beer, wine and housemade root beer available. Sundays starting at 11am.
This neighborhood restaurant serves a selection of breakfast items all day, so it’ll accommodate really late weekend starts. Earlier risers can enjoy everything from build-your-own egg benedicts to luscious crème brulée French toast. Mimosas, bloodys, beers and wines available. Saturday 7:30am-3pm, Sunday 7:30am-3pm.
Locally sourced farm-to-table restaurant offers a brunch menu that evolves as the season changes. Specialties include a wood-fired Breakfast Pizza, Pork Belly Hash, and Mushroom & Goat Cheese Omelette. Brunch cocktails include Bloody Marys, mimosas and a biermosa made with premium lager. Saturday and Sunday 10am-2:30pm.
Sunday brunch at this “meat & whiskey restaurant” includes a Bloody Mary bar and a variety of specialty brunch cocktails as well as such delectable food selections as Charred Flank Steak & Eggs, Confit Fingerling Hash and Apple Dutch Pancake. Brunch served until 3 pm.
Hyper-local and seasonally based brunch options at this Scandinavian-inspired restaurant and biergarten can include porridge, sticky buns, eggs, pancakes, hash, mimosas and “Bloody Lagerthas.” Brunch served Sunday from 11am-3pm.
French Toast at Real Food Cafe in Grand Rapids
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There’s a skillet, scramble, pastry, omelette or breakfast sandwich for virtually everyone at this locally owned breakfast restaurant chain. Save room for a homemade pecan roll or cinnamon roll. Another location in East Grand Rapids. Open until 3pm every day.
Breakfast Lasagna. Chocolate Quinoa Breakfast Bowl. Chicken Sausage Tater Tot Casserole. This award-winning diner serves unique dishes that meet a variety of dietary needs – including gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan. Open until 3 pm every day – just like its Southwest and Southeast locations.
Hearty portions and a menu of 100+ options make this casual café a brunch hotspot. Breakfast-as-dessert fans love the fruit and sweets-infused pancakes. Open until 2 pm every day but Monday. North Quarter location, too.
Ooh la la! This French-inspired café offers a variety of sweet and savory crepes as well as gourmet Belgian waffles. It’s located in the historic Windmill building. Open until 7pm Saturday and 3pm Sunday.
This European-style café opened in 1924, long before brunch was a thing, so they simply serve breakfast – all the way until 2 pm. No alcohol, but lots of creative interpretations of traditional breakfast dishes, from Grilled Steak Benedict to Vegan Sweet Potato Hash.
Wolfgang’s lures locals from across the region with its quirky vibe and satisfying menu options – benedicts, omelets, skillets, pancakes, waffles, French toast and more. Open until 4pm weekends.
Home-cooked fare at this popular neighborhood café includes delicious Cuban, Irish, Polish and Southern skillets, and three breakfast-type dishes labeled “Hungry,” “Hungrier” and “Hungriest.” Open until 3 pm on weekends.
This homey restaurant in Cascade offers heaping helpings of traditional breakfast fare accompanied by locally made Ferris Coffee. Weekend brunch hours: 7 am-noon Saturday and 8 am-1:30 pm Sunday.