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6 of Our Favorite Brunch Spots Lately

April Showers bring May flowers. And they also bring all of the May celebrations like Mother’s Day, graduations, and end-of-season gatherings. When gathering with a larger group, I find brunch to be the best time of day to please all ages. It’s far enough away from nap times (grown-ups need naps too!) and usually filled with options to please any taste bud. If you are looking for a place to host your next celebration, consider one of these great brunch spots in the Twin Cities. From classic dishes to surprising new cuisine, your family is sure to find a table to gather around to toast your next celebration.

Kenwood Restaurant | 2115 W 21st St, Minneapolis, MN 55405

Brunch at The Kenwood Restaurant | photo courtesy The Kenwood Restaurant and used with permission

Brunch at the Kenwood Restaurant is a classic Twin Cities must-do for inventive but approachable food. You’ll feel like you were invited to your classy friend’s house in this cozy and bright neighborhood restaurant. Everyone loves the Huevos Rancheros but I have my eye on the Shrimp and Polenta the next time I visit.

Hope Breakfast Bar | Multiple Locations

For a delicious breakfast that also supports the local community, you must make reservations at Hope Bar. The kids will be happy with their incredible selection of pancakes and waffles while you indulge in the savory options like Pork Belly and Biscuit or Pimento Cheese Scramble. Hope Breakfast Bar donates 3% of all sales to our neighbors in need through their non-profit, Give Hope.

Hola Arepa | 3501 Nicollet Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55408

Breakfast Arepa | photo courtesy Hola Arepa and used with permission

No matter the season, Hola Arepa always feels like a celebration inside their bright and colorful restaurant. Their fluffy masa cakes make the perfect brunch packed with flavor to wake you up. They also serve rice bowls, small plates, inventive cocktails, and tasty desserts to elevate your celebration.

Tullibee | 300 N Washington Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55401

Brunch at Tullibee | photo courtesy Tullibee and used with permission

For that Nordic taste in an upscale trendy location, try Tullibee located in the boutique Hewing Hotel. The decor will wow you before you even order, but the food will live up to the atmosphere. I still dream of those cheese blintzes with lingonberry sauce.

Benedicts | 845 Lake St Wayzata, MN 55391

Brunch at Benedict’s | photo courtesy Benedcit’s and used with permission

This modern take on a family diner in the lovely lake town of Wayzata calls themselves your Morning Heroes. They offer a great atmosphere in their bright and cheery space, with food to please anyone. There are benedicts, of course, but they also serve up Elvis’ famous banana peanut butter bacon combo in a pancake. Now that’s a party on a plate!

Mill Valley Kitchen | 906 Excelsior Blvd. St. Louis Park, MN 55416

Bananas Foster French Toast at Mill Valley Kitchen

Mill Valley Kitchen in St. Louis Park, MN, is a vibrant culinary destination known for its fresh, seasonal, and locally sourced ingredients. The restaurant offers a diverse menu featuring creative and health-conscious dishes that cater to a range of dietary preferences, including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. With a commitment to sustainability and wellness, Mill Valley Kitchen provides a dining experience that combines delicious flavors with a focus on nutrition and environmental responsibility.

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