Let’s Do Brunch!

One of my favorite meals to eat out is brunch. I can’t really offer a precise definition of this hybrid term, other than “in-between” – as the word itself is a cross between breakfast and lunch, so is the meal itself: either the cuisine, or the time of day, or both. Here, I present some of my favorite brunches from the past few years. Enjoy!

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Alderwood smoked salmon frittata with herbed cream cheese and home fries at Bluegrass Grill

 

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Crab and shrimp cake Benedict from Lakeshore Grille

 

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Biscuit with local sausage and eggs and a side of stone ground grits from The Farmer’s Daughter

 

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Eggs Benedict florentine with hash brown casserole from The Big Chill

 

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Farmer’s Omelette (sausage, mushroom, onion, and cheese omelette on home fries covered in gravy) at City Cafe Diner

 

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Shrimp and grits from Foodworks

 

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Two eggs with sausage and hash brown patties at Karl’s Family Restaurant

 

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Breakfast special from Southern Traditions

 

The very best brunch I’ve ever eaten, I unfortunately did not get a good photo of. But it was Pickett’s Trout Benedict over griddle cakes with champagne Hollandaise and a side of shaved Brussel sprouts, from 212 Market on Valentine’s Day in 2015.