Best of Brunch

Best of Brunch

Best of Brunch

If everybody is working toward the weekend, we better start doing the weekends right! Here are some fun Sunday (primarily) brunch options to fill your proverbial (and actual) cup.

Pepperoni Grill
1000 W. Covell Rd. Edmond • Sunday Brunch 10:30-3:00

Everything on the menu is made in house and brunch is no exception.  Pepperoni Grill would be an ideal location for a brunch event with mimosa bar in the private dining room. Its convenient location, children’s menu and sizeable portions make Pepperoni Grill a delightful Sunday brunch venue; even with 3 kiddos under 6. There is something for everyone in the family on the menu and a delightful wait staff. The must-try dish would be the Eggs Florentine – artichoke, spinach dip with roma tomatoes and poached eggs! Custom omelets from the scratch kitchen are a dream come true.

Brent’s Cajun Seafood & Oyster Bar
3005 S. Broadway, Edmond • Saturday and Sunday from 10-3

Jazz Brunch…don’t mind if I do. If you are looking for some authentic Cajun food, with live jazz (on Sundays), you have to swing by Brent’s Cajun Seafood. Executive Chef and Owner, Brent Hickman recommends the crab cakes eggs benedict paired with an Absolut Peppar Bloody Mary. The Bananas Foster French Toast is a customer favorite as well as the mimosas (available by the pitcher). Unlike anything in the area.

Covell Park
1200 W. Covell Rd, Edmond • Sunday 10am-2pm

Complimentary Bottomless Mimosas and Bloody Marys. COMPLIMENTARY and BOTTOMLESS. I am really not sure what else to say. Covell Park offers a Sunday brunch buffet for $12.99, featuring items like house-made gravy and waffles, fresh fruit and four Bloody Mary flavors. Families, friends and groups alike will leave completely satisfied!

1301 E. Danforth Rd, Edmond • Sundays only 10-1

Interurban runs a plated brunch, ordered off a menu. The most popular item is the border omelet with ham, bacon, mushrooms, onions, bell peppers and fried potatoes topped with a vegetarian chili, melted cheese and sour cream. Adult beverages available. Bring your family to enjoy an Oklahoma tradition, 32 years serving the Edmond community!

Cafe 501
501 S. Boulevard St., Edmond • Sunday Brunch 9-2

This Edmond staple is typically counter service, but Sunday brunch is full service accompanied by full bar menu. 501 specializes in artisanal breads, so try anything with the English Muffin and you won’t be sorry. *Sheree’s Sandwich is delicious. The in-house jalapeno bacon infused vodka adds a unique twist on the traditional Bloody Mary.

Hacienda Tacos
12086 N. May, OKC • Saturdays 11-2 and Sundays 10:30-3:00 pm

Opened for 13 months now and excited to be offering a fun brunch atmosphere. I have on good authority that you need to try the Quigley Omelet – named after a Hacienda regular/good friend – consists of a 10-inch omelet, Portabello mushrooms, smoked onion, hickory shrimp, raja vegetables, house bacon, Chihuahua, jack and cheddar cheese, topped with avocado, tomato and Salsa Verde and comes with a side of brunch potatoes. Worth the drive to the Northpark Mall to check out this new hopping joint. Everything from scratch and paired with a full bar – $2 mimosas.

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