The Ultimate 2016 Phoenix Brunch Guide

The Ultimate 2016 Phoenix Brunch Guide

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Brunch is the weekend's saving grace. From boozy to vegan, dim sum to Mediterranean, these are the best weekend brunch spots in Phoenix to satisfy nearly every craving in the book.

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    This is a locally owned restaurant (owner also owns Half Moon Grill) that sources most of it's food locally as well (i.e. meats are from Schreiner's, bagels are from Chompie's, etc.) -- Vance Pierce via Foursquare
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    Stop in on Monday when Bliss offers a screaming deal: a bottle of house wine and a platter of tempura vegetables, mini-grilled cheese sandwiches, coconut chicken strips and fried ravioli for $20! -- PHOENIX Magazine via Foursquare
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    Great job with the remodel. Everything on menu sounded so good. We decided on Midtown Stack & Mahi Flatbread Sandwiches. Both were delish! -- Jenifer Anseth via Foursquare
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    This place is better than Gino's. You will be doing yourself a disservice if you don't try it at least once. Wow! Great breakfast! Fast service! -- Sean Tate via Foursquare
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    Try the Egg White Omelette! Traditional, spicy harissa, & curry versions, with melted provolone, spinach, tomato, with slices of ripe avocado on top - it's one of Michele Laudig's 100 Favorite Dishes! -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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    1st time here. Noisy atmosphere is no big deal. Good food prepared from scratch takes time & this food is worth the wait.Spuds Deluxe with green chile sauce, Beef Barbacoa & 1 egg on top. Delicious. -- John Flying via Foursquare
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    What really makes OHSO a winner for us is its weekend Beer Brunch menu, in which $10 gets you breakfast & a local beer. The French toast w/ agave syrup & berry marscapone pairs well w/ the Black IPA. -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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    Banana bread pudding is the backbone that makes their take on French toast truly stand out, but the added sides of whiskey caramel sauce, bananas & breakfast meats- well, those are just added bonuses. -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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    ry the carne adovada with eggs—pork shoulder is slow-smoked over pecan wood, simmered in red chili sauce and served on a tortilla with cheese and eggs, sided with beans an -- The Wall Street Journal via Foursquare
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    Both happy hour & brunch are among the best in town, value-priced and chock full of simple but sophisticated selections. Try the veggie fritatta, smoky burger or herb-flecked, fingerling potatoes. -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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    A Phoenix institution, especially for brunch. Prepare for a long wait on the weekends, but so very worth it. (I especially recommend hand-sliced nova on an untoasted bialy with olive cream cheese.) -- Laura Linger via Foursquare
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    Best of Phoenix Winner 2011: Best Hangover Breakfast. The morning after can be rough, so roll in to order the hot and chick, a big stack of pancakes or the dame fine butter burger. -- Phoenix New Times via Foursquare
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