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Columbia's Local Brunch Guide

Columbia's Local Brunch Guide

Downtown:


Broadway Brewery:

816 E Broadway

Sunday: 10:00 a.m - 2 p.m.

broadwaybrewery.com

(573) 443-5054


Founded in 2009, Broadway Brewery mixes fresh flavors and a farm-to-table approach with a rustic brewery atmosphere. The owners of the brewery also operate two local farms that provide many ingredients for their constantly rotating menu, ensuring that their seasonal ingredients are always fresh and help support the community. Their Sunday brunch menu features lots of delectable dishes like the Croissant Sandwich and Bagel Lox. Be sure to try their famous Broadway Stack complete with house chili, home fries, crumbled biscuit and two over-easy eggs topped with sausage gravy and hollandaise. You can also never go wrong with the Working Class Hero, a classic combination of farm eggs your way, home fries, your choice of protein and toast.


Café Berlin:

220 N 10th St

Saturday: 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. | Sunday: 8 a.m - 2 p.m.

Outdoor seating available

cafeberlincomo.com

(573) 441-0400


Since opening in 2006, Café Berlin has established itself as a major player in CoMo’s brunch scene. Located in the North Village Arts District, this casual café is known for serving hearty, locally-sourced food in an eclectic atmosphere with hipster flare. The menu is full of unique dishes with lots of vegetarian and vegan options. Be sure to try some fan favorites like the Starving Artist with biscuits topped with potatoes, sautéed greens, two eggs and vegetarian gravy, the Carey Burrito with scrambled eggs, feta, apples, potatoes and cilantro, served with tzatziki sauce, or the Walt, their notorious waffle breakfast sandwich with avocado, chipotle mayo, bacon, tomato, mixed greens and a fried egg..


Eleven Eleven:

The Broadway Hotel - 1111 E Broadway

Daily: 6 a.m. - 11 a.m.

thebroadwaycolumbia.com/eleven-eleven

(573) 818-6207


Located on the ground floor of the Broadway Hotel, this modern eatery is the perfect place for a swanky weekend brunch. No need to check in to a room to dine here! Open seven days a week, Eleven Eleven serves contemporized worldly cuisine with dishes like Sautéed Shrimp and Grits, Chorizo Huevos Ranchero and an assortment of frittatas. Be sure to try their upscale take on the classic American breakfast dish featuring petite beef tenderloin served with hollandaise, two eggs prepared to order, home fries and toast.


Glenn’s Café:

29 S 8th St

Sunday: 9:00 a.m - 3 p.m.

Outdoor seating available

glennscafe.com

(573) 447-7100


Glenn’s Café is the perfect brunch spot to get your Southern comfort fix. Glenn’s serves Cajun, Creole and American dishes in an elegant, art deco-inspired environment. Known for their contemporary take on Southern classics like gumbo and jambalaya, their brunch menu includes items like Eggs Nouvelle Orleans, which features shellfish cakes made with shrimp, crawfish and crab with sunny-side up eggs topped with hollandaise sauce. You can also indulge in a Royal Quiche, Breakfast Burger, Buttermilk Brined Fried Chicken and more.


Range Free:

110 Orr St #101

Saturdays: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Outdoor seating available

https://www.range-free.com/

(573) 777-9980


Range Free is a bakery and café located in the North Village Arts District dedicated to serving foods that are free of gluten, peanuts, fish, shellfish and tree nuts. Whether or not you have allergies or dietary preferences, everyone can get behind the incredible breakfasts, baked goods and of course, brunches at Range Free! Highlights from the Saturday brunch menu include a Scrambled Egg Bar, Biscuit Sammiches, Savory French Toast and Roasted Carrot Ginger Soup. While you’re there, don’t forget to grab a treat from the bakery. Their grain-free bakery items include cookies, bread, donuts, gooey butter cake and more.



Room 38 Restaurant & Lounge:

38 N 8th St

Sunday: 10 a.m - 3 p.m.

Outdoor seating available

room-38.com

(573) 449-3838


A contemporary lounge by day and nightclub by night, Room 38 is unusually also an extremely popular downtown brunch spot. The intimate and trendy back patio area is the perfect place to get a fun photo op while enjoying a bottomless mimosa. If you’re not a fan of the traditional O.J., they also offer apple cider, grapefruit and pomegranate to accompany your bubbly. Or, try a boozy coffee concoction, like the Millionaire with amaretto, frangelico, kahlua and baileys, or the Vanilla Mousse with vanilla vodka, amaretto and baileys. When it comes to food, make sure to try one of their many unique takes on classic breakfast dishes like eggs benedict (“Benny’s”) or biscuits and gravy (“Bs and Gs”). Feeling something sweet? The Sinful Waffle is sure to satisfy.

Pro-tip: With limited seating, it can get pretty packed. You’ll probably need a reservation!



Tellers Gallery & Bar:

820 E Broadway

Sunday: 11 a.m - 2 p.m.

Outdoor seating available

facebook.com/tellers-35079602549

(573) 441-8355


Serving up delicious food with quality ingredients, this eclectic and laid-back gallery and bar is a great place to grab a casual weekend brunch with friends or family. Be sure to try items like the Deep Fried Chicken and Waffles, Breakfast Burrito with sausage, Pancakes, Breakfast Pizza or Bird Eye Burger served with a sunny-side-up egg. You can also enjoy items from the lunch and dinner menu during brunch hours, like the Fried Buffalo Chicken wrap–fried chicken tossed in a house-made wing sauce with romaine, red onions, sharp cheddar and blue cheese dressing, or the unique Baked Brie in Puff Pastry which is topped with honey and walnuts and served with assorted crackers and seasonal fresh fruit.



West:


Truman’s Bar & Grill:

3304 W Broadway Business Park Ct

Saturday: 6 a.m. - 2 p.m. | Sunday: 9 a.m - 2 p.m.

trumansbar.com

(573) 445-1669


A place that serves brunch food all day, every day? Count us in. This casual sports bar serves their entire menu (breakfast, lunch and dinner) all day, every day. Let the brunch options commence! If you have a sweet tooth, be sure to try their Peanut Butter Chocolate French Toast. If you’re extra hungry, try the Enormous Omelet, Heaping Hashbrowns or the Breakfast Stack (AKA “Biscuits & Gravy on steroids”). Truman’s has a full bar everyday, so feel free to complete your meal with a Mimosa, Bloody Mary or Irish Coffee.


South:


Sophia’s:

3915 S Providence Rd

Sunday: 10 a.m - 3 p.m.

Outdoor seating available

http://sophiascomo.com

(573) 874-8009


If you’re in search of an upscale dining experience with high quality food yet casual atmosphere, Sophia’s is the brunch destination for you. This spacious restaurant has an ample amount of seating, and features unique art-covered walls as well as a charming outdoor patio. Sophia’s is known for its Mediterranean-inspired dishes; and its brunch menu combines many of the entrées and tapas from their lunch and dinner menu with creative brunch foods. Try an order of the Frangelico Monkey Bread as a sweet treat for the table to share! This fan favorite is made up of bite-sized pieces of deliciousness. Other popular brunch dishes include a deconstructed Lobster & White Truffle Quiche or the Banana Pecan French Toast.


44 Stone Public House:

3910 Peachtree Dr

Sunday: 11 a.m - 2 p.m.

Outdoor seating available

44stonepub.com

(573) 443-2726


44 Stone is a British-style gastropub known for its high-quality, contemporary American dishes. This brunch spot is sure to make you feel like you’ve stepped right into a pub somewhere in the British Isles, as well as give you a unique dining experience. Be sure to try dishes on their Sunday brunch menu like the Breakfast Bread Pudding with rich bread custard with coffee and Irish cream liqueur, smoked Berkshire bacon, two eggs over-easy, maple syrup and cinnamon vanilla chantilly cream, the Smoked Salmon Hash with brown sugar-dill cured and house smoked salmon, baby arugula, poached eggs, sweet onion, lemon hollandaise, chives, and crisp potato, or the traditional English Breakfast. Another one of our personal favorites? The Eggs Benedict with an English twist — Wiltshire-cured pork loin.


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