How to Brunch – The Yards
, April 17, 2018

Thank God for brunch. No, really! Back in the 1930s, hotel restaurants began catering to famished after-church patrons with decadent food spreads and cocktails. Over the decades, traditional brunch fare (think cheese omelets and mimosas) has morphed into an eclectic array of food choices with global, experimental flair.

RESERVE IN ADVANCE

Waiting in a long line can be a bummer, especially if the restaurant is buzzing with happy diners. Making a brunch reservation is a must, in particular for large groups.

ORDER TO SHARE

A great brunch is all about the delicious options. Get the most out of the menu — order a bunch of savory and sweet treats, and pass them around! 

TREAT YOURSELF

Lazy Sundays are perfect for leisurely feasts. Make your calories count! Try something new to expand your palate.

DOCUMENT THE MAGIC

Brunch is lowkey the perfect Instagramable moment. #BestBrunchSpot #BottomlessEverything #EatingLikeAKidAgain #SeeYouNextSunday

 

 

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