‘EatIN’ Local – Brunch
Welcome back to another ‘EatIN’ Local blog where we share our team’s favorite spots to grab a bite in the Twin Cities metro! Our next category: brunch spots!
Believe us when we say we have a “brunch” of places for you to check out:
“I like the Howe! It has great food and atmosphere. If you’re looking to treat the pup, they have a dog-friendly patio and a dog menu!” -Dustin
“My two favorites are the Colossal Café and The French Hen Café. They both offer great brunch menus along with exceptional service! I usually get the quiche at The French Hen because it is super tasty! The Colossal Cafe also bakes their own bread every day, so it is nice and fresh.” -Jacxl
“I have three go to’s. Hazel’s! Their quiche is soooo yummy, and it’s a new one each week. Red Cow is delicious. They give out complimentary mini donuts and have a beet bloody mary which is tasty! And Stanley’s. I love a big ol’ breakfast burrito.” -Betsy
“I third the Craft & Crew restaurant group (The Howe and Stanley’s). The Block in St Louis Park, Pub 819 in Hopkins and Duke’s in Minnetonka are all part of the Craft & Crew group and do great brunches! Also, Freehouse and 3 Squares, located in Maple Grove, are great. Plus, I always love Nolo’s.” -Maggie
“French Meadow is my favorite! I love their savory pancakes and wide variety of bakery items like their jumbo cinnamon rolls.” -Tori
“ALL brunch spots – ha ha! I’ve been liking Barley + Vine in Lakeville for the southern burb representation! The Creme Brûlée French Toast! And weekend mimosas.” -Alyssa
We could talk brunch spots ALL day, but we want to know what YOUR favorite brunch spots are! Leave us a comment below and try these flavorful brunch places for yourself!