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The number one spot for brunch is also the best spot for all day breakfast
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Where to Eat Brunch in Minneapolis and Saint Paul Right Now

Where to find chicken and waffles, frosted carrot cake pancakes, and more

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The number one spot for brunch is also the best spot for all day breakfast
| Hope Breakfast Bar [Official]

Weekends are better with brunch plans. Scouring the metro area for the most exciting weekend menus has resulted in this handy map, with all the restaurants listed in geographical order. This is where to go for poached eggs beneath a blanket of hollandaise, downy biscuits tucked into breakfast gravy, and the the entire fried meat catalog every single weekend.

Fresh for fall, we welcome Hope Breakfast Bar and Graze. For now, we say so long to In Bloom, Hai Hai, and Willards. Look for them on our neighborhood guides.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Hope Breakfast Bar

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1 S Leech St
St Paul, MN 55102
(651) 330-8996
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This converted firehouse serves up gorgeous breakfast/brunch/lunch items daily through dinner time, but there’s a reason lines are out the door on the weekends. Order a stack of pancakes for the table, the chocolate chip with peanut butter frosting are enough to make an inner child squeal with glee. All the dishes are just a touch over-the-top like shrimp served over super cheesy grits and a fried chicken skin garnish. The same is true for the cocktail creations, too.

2. Graze Food Hall

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520 N 4th St
Minneapolis, MN 55401

The North Loop’s new food hall is packed with gorgeous options for dinner and lunch, but the Sunday brunch with baked treats and coffee from Honey & Rye downstairs and the full hearty meals from Soul Bowl upstairs is the ideal weekend progressive. Grab a spicy bowl of crusty fried chicken over waffles with just the right amount of maple syrup.

A white bowl filled with charred jerk chicken pieces, slices of golden plantains, and garnished with slices of green onions
Chicken and plaintains from Soul Bowl
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3. 4 Bells

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1610 Harmon Pl
Minneapolis, MN 55403
(612) 904-1163
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Under new executive chef Scott Pampuch, the 4Bells brunch returns to Loring Park. The new menu includes oysters, shrimp and grits, plus a get-it-while-you-can porchetta. Come hungry and load up on the Southern-tinged comfort foods.

The fried chicken is back
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4. The Bungalow Club

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4300 E Lake St
Minneapolis, MN 55406
(612) 866-3334
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This gorgeous setting in Longfellow has a chill Craftsman style. Come for the eye-opening cocktails and stay for the gorgeous Italian dishes from chef Andrew Kraft.

Is brunch too early for an Old Fashioned?
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5. Lat14 Asian Eatery

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8815 7th Ave N
Golden Valley, MN 55427
(763) 400-7910
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This sun drenched dining room is heaven for savory brunch lovers. Dig into Lat14’s subtly sweet, smoky pork and pineapple fried rice or go hearty with steak and eggs. Brunch cocktails are also a hit as herby, tart and sweet refreshers.

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1. Hope Breakfast Bar

1 S Leech St, St Paul, MN 55102

This converted firehouse serves up gorgeous breakfast/brunch/lunch items daily through dinner time, but there’s a reason lines are out the door on the weekends. Order a stack of pancakes for the table, the chocolate chip with peanut butter frosting are enough to make an inner child squeal with glee. All the dishes are just a touch over-the-top like shrimp served over super cheesy grits and a fried chicken skin garnish. The same is true for the cocktail creations, too.

1 S Leech St
St Paul, MN 55102

2. Graze Food Hall

520 N 4th St, Minneapolis, MN 55401
A white bowl filled with charred jerk chicken pieces, slices of golden plantains, and garnished with slices of green onions
Chicken and plaintains from Soul Bowl
John Yuccas/Eater Twin Cities

The North Loop’s new food hall is packed with gorgeous options for dinner and lunch, but the Sunday brunch with baked treats and coffee from Honey & Rye downstairs and the full hearty meals from Soul Bowl upstairs is the ideal weekend progressive. Grab a spicy bowl of crusty fried chicken over waffles with just the right amount of maple syrup.

520 N 4th St
Minneapolis, MN 55401

3. 4 Bells

1610 Harmon Pl, Minneapolis, MN 55403
The fried chicken is back
4 Bells/Facebook

Under new executive chef Scott Pampuch, the 4Bells brunch returns to Loring Park. The new menu includes oysters, shrimp and grits, plus a get-it-while-you-can porchetta. Come hungry and load up on the Southern-tinged comfort foods.

1610 Harmon Pl
Minneapolis, MN 55403

4. The Bungalow Club

4300 E Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55406
Is brunch too early for an Old Fashioned?
Joy Summers/Eater Twin Cities

This gorgeous setting in Longfellow has a chill Craftsman style. Come for the eye-opening cocktails and stay for the gorgeous Italian dishes from chef Andrew Kraft.

4300 E Lake St
Minneapolis, MN 55406

5. Lat14 Asian Eatery

8815 7th Ave N, Golden Valley, MN 55427
Lat 14/Facebook

This sun drenched dining room is heaven for savory brunch lovers. Dig into Lat14’s subtly sweet, smoky pork and pineapple fried rice or go hearty with steak and eggs. Brunch cocktails are also a hit as herby, tart and sweet refreshers.

8815 7th Ave N
Golden Valley, MN 55427

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