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Brunch With A View

Austin is well-known for being weird and all but it is also full of outdoor beauty. The city has many great nature trails and many great local spots to enjoy these views. 128 more words

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Jam on Hawthorne

Jam is definitely a super well known Portland brunch spot, but because it’s my absolute favorite, I figured it necessitated a blog post.

My favorite parts about Jam are twofold: 1) the menu is massive and caters to everyone’s health/dietary needs and 2) it’s creative/different, but not weird. 223 more words

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News Flash: Brunch at Twisted Spur Brewing!

It’s almost time for BRUNCH at Twisted Spur Brewing! Join them Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM – 2 PM for their Twisted Brunch menu and craft beer and cocktail specials starting on Saturday,  66 more words

Vote: How long are you willing to wait in line for brunch, Atlanta?

Once, I waited 67 minutes to dine at a popular downtown restaurant because my very insistent out-of-town guests had to eat at that famous restaurant. Another time, my name was on a long list culminating to two hours wait time because a friend wanted to celebrate a personal accomplishment at a particular Sandy Springs restaruant. 162 more words

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Vote: How long are you willing to wait in line for brunch, Atlanta?

Once, I waited 67 minutes to dine at a popular downtown restaurant because my very insistent out-of-town guests had to eat at that famous restaurant. Another time, my name was on a long list culminating to two hours wait time because a friend wanted to celebrate a personal accomplishment at a particular Sandy Springs restaruant. 162 more words

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The Weekend: Brunch at Tallulah's 

Tallulah’s is just about everything I’ve ever wanted in a restaurant.


On Saturday morning, a girlfriend and I met for brunch at the Capitol Hill neighborhood spot. 441 more words

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May: Chalk Point Kitchen

April showers brought May flowers at Chalk Point Kitchen. Say hello to another Brunch of the Month, and we’ve gotta say, this one’s a keeper. Chalk Point Kitchen, 527 Broome Street, is nestled on a quiet street in Lower Manhattan, but brings a lovely bustle once you walk in the door. 535 more words

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