Weekends are made for brunching and the editors at Have A Night have gathered a list of their top five brunch spots in the downtown area. From Amelia’s brunch burger (pictured above) to Skinner’s Loft’s red velvet pancakes — here’s where you should brunch this weekend.
Hamilton Inn has good food no matter what meal you’re there for and brunch is no different. The Filet Benedict will knock your socks off and the $5 brunch cocktails will have you feeling nice.
This Paulus Hook restaurant never disappoints. With $4 Mimosas, Bloody Marys, and Bellinis, and a brunch menu that has everything you could want and more, you are in for a treat with brunch at Amelia’s. I highly recommend the brunch burger.
Light Horse features a brunch raw bar, as well as traditional brunch fare such as Steak and Eggs, pancakes, and french toast. They also feature a cocktail menu with $6 Bloody Marys, Mimosas, and Bellinis.
Red Velvet Pancakes. Crispy Braised Pork Belly and Fried Eggs. Crispy Shrimp and Pancetta. I think you get the idea here. These are just a few of the delicious options you’ll have at your Skinner’s Loft brunch experience.
If you’re looking for something delicious, boozy, and not too expensive, Orale is the place for you. Featuring dishes such as some of the best Huevos Rancheros around and Agave Lime Ricotta pancakes, the food does not disappoint. When you include the fact that you can try their open bar option for $25 — you have yourself a solid start to a Sunday Funday. —Have A Night
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