The Best Places for Brunch in Minneapolis

belgian waffle with strawberriesSometimes breakfast is just too early for weekend mornings, which is why brunch was created for people who just want to sleep in when they can. Thankfully, there are plenty of places to grab something good to eat in Minneapolis.

Here are a few of the best places for brunch in Minneapolis:

CC Club

If you are Uptown, and you aren’t too hungover, check out CC Club’s brunch menu. They serve up a nice array of traditional breakfasts (pancakes, eggs, biscuits and gravy) with a complete collection of breakfast cocktails.

The food is cheap and tasty and you can even wash it down with one of their Big Bloodys or a nice Jameson and coffee.

CC Club is located at 2600 Lyndale Avenue South in Minneapolis.

Hell’s Kitchen

If you find yourself in the middle of the Downtown area, you can’t miss out on Hell’s Kitchen’s brunch menu. Their weekend brunch menu has everything from tasty breakfast concoctions to their famous sandwiches and burgers.

If your head isn’t pounding too much, they even have live music in their Underground Room from 10am to 1pm.

Hell’s Kitchen is located at 80 South 9th St. in Minneapolis .

Libertine

For those looking for something outside of the traditional brunch menu, head on over to Libertine and grab a plate of their pork belly steak of bacon chop. They serve up a variety of traditional and not-so-traditional dishes. Plus, they have five different types of mimosas and three different bloody Marys to go along with them.

Libertine is located at 3001 Hennepin Ave. in Uptown Minneapolis.

Muddy Waters Bar and Eatery

Muddy Waters is another great place in the Uptown area that has some off-beat takes on breakfast and brunch delights. You can grab yourself a breakfast pizza, breakfast poutine or a of curried lamb sausage scrambler. It’s different, but definitely a great place to start your weekend day.

Muddy Waters is located at 2933 Lyndale Ave. in Minneapolis.

A Baker’s Wife Pastry Shop

If you want to eat something sinful, or just want to grab your food and go, A Baker’s Wife is the place to get it. Their huge selection of pastries is made in-house and from scratch. Owned and run by a former former pastry chef from the Plaza Hotel in New York, this place has people endlessly talking about their amazing confections. Plus, they open at 6:30 am, making it the perfect place to go if you’ve stayed up all night.

A Baker’s Wife Pastry Shop is located at 4200 28th Ave S (42nd St E) in Minneapolis.

Grab a Ride Today

With all these great places to get brunch in the city, you will need a Minneapolis taxi service to take you there. If you need a ride, give us a call at (612) 333-3333 or order your cab online today. You can even download our CruzCab app to easily order a cab on your phone.


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