What better way to slow down and enjoy the weekend than over a lovely brunch? Detroit has so many great brunch options.
Check out this list of the some of best places to brunch in Detroit. Each selection made the list for a unique quality. Want brunch with a view? How about brunch with house-brewed beer? This list has something for every type of brunch lover.
Brunch arrives at HopCat on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am until 3 pm. Have a brew with brunch or choose from brunch special Mimosas and Bloody Mary's. Pair your brunch drinks with a delicious Hangover Skillet featuring scrambled eggs, bacon, Cosmik fries, onions, jalapeños, and topped off with cheese sauce.
Head to Parc for gorgeous scenery, beautiful food, and outdoor dining options. Huge windows have great views of the Campus Martius fountain. Known for upscale Midwest cuisine with French and Mediterranean influences, Parc has a reputation for exceptional dining.
If you're looking for a brunch with a vibe, head to Tin Roof Detroit. Sit back, relax, and enjoy brunch specials like the Chonky-Donkey, a Cali burrito filled with traditional Mexican goods and brisket. Check the events calendar to find out what band or DJ will be there for the next brunch.
Drag Queen Bingo in Royal Oak is the perfect place for an entertaining brunch. Get ready to laugh the entire time you're there. This comedy show is highly rated and the deal way to have a memorable brunch with friends. Be sure to make a reservation!
Head downtown to the Dime Store for an award-winning brunch. Known for scratch-made food and craft beer, The Dime Store is a perfect brunch option. It was voted "Best Breakfast" and "Best Brunch" in Detroit by Hour Detroit Magazine. Best of all, you can get an award-winning brunch all day, every day of the week.
Dime Store Detroit, image courtesy of Dime Store
La Dolce Vita
Where: 17546 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48203
La Dolce Vita is a favorite brunch spot in Detroit. Sit outside and enjoy the sunshine surrounded by potted plants, a towering brick wall covered in creeping ivy, and the occasional live music. It was voted "Best Patio in Detroit" by Metro Times. La Dolce Vita serves traditional Italian fare and is considered a hidden gem of the historic Palmer Park District.