If ever there were a “brunch season,” it’s spring. With warmer temps and sunnier days, diners are eager to get outside to enjoy the fresh air. Spring also includes some of the busiest brunching days of the year: Easter, Mother’s Day and college graduations.
So make your plans now! Here are some suggestions for brunching this spring:
With an emphasis on gathering as a group around the table, brunch at The Table is a communal affair. The rustic and mismatched settings are a fun background for a family-style brunch of fresh pastries, biscuits and gravy, and spicy akoori dishes.
This Worthington pizza joint makes crispy pies in their anthracite coal oven, and they’re made even better at brunch with the addition of Luck Brothers coffee, cocktails, and live music.
A newer sister restaurant to Tasi Cafe in Short North (which is another solid brunch option), Zoe Cafe offers a similar menu with more space in Bexley. Visit the new eatery and feast on New York strip steak and eggs, cinnamon challah French toast, and poached eggs on black bean cakes.
101 Beer Kitchen pairs their solid draft beer list with fun brunch items like pork belly benedicts, loaded tater tots, and the 101 Twinkie: a giant piece of French toast that looks like the famous pastry!
Maybe you’d like a burger for brunch? FlipSide at Easton features a weekend brunch with a full line-up of Bloody Marys to complement brunchy versions of their burgers, plus entrees like chicken and waffles.
Enjoy brunch a big, open beer hall atmosphere at this Short North watering hole. They mix classic brunch items with a huge draft beer list and beer cocktails.
This popular Clintonville spot serves up loads of comfort foods, with everything from giant omelets to sandwiches, from lox and bagels to southern-style grits.