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The Brunch Bunch: Weekend Eating With The Rabbit Hole, Rival House and Travail

There will be more options for weekend dining beginning this Sunday.

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Getting up earlier on the weekends: Thomas Kim of The Rabbit Hole
Getting up earlier on the weekends: Thomas Kim of The Rabbit Hole
Joy Summers

Chef and owner Thomas Kim is kicking off brunch service inside The Rabbit Hole Sunday March 15 beginning at 10 a.m. and serving until 3 p.m. The menu is still under wraps, but judging from the way that egg quivers atop the Harold and Kumar poutine, the just-sweet-enough hotek on the dessert menu and the way the Not Doing Jack in the Morning cocktails go down so easily, this ought to make a welcome new option. Just make certain to plan accordingly: this brunch business is (for now) a once a month affair.

Rival House in St. Paul is also getting into the Sunday brunch game this weekend. They will serve from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Sunday. The menu includes breakfast pizzas, chorizo deviled eggs, skillets, beer bread French toast and more. Pair with some craft beer and a little table hockey and that is a recipe for a weekend well spent.

Meanwhile, Travail has been in the brunch game for a while now. Plus, their brunch is on Saturday, giving a full extra weekend day for planning recovery. Tickets are $35 per person and available here. If you'd like to get your taste buds running, here's a video that Travis Anderson did of the Travail brunch experience.

Saturday brunch at the Rookery from Travail Kitchen on Vimeo.