Top Places to Brunch in ‘Cuse Post March Madness Loss

-Anna Tess Weber

After you’ve drank half your weight in ‘Cuse juice and natty lights, revive your soul (and your spirit after that tough loss) with these hearty brunches at these top local restaurants:

Empire Brewing Company


The Melted Waffle: Simple, classic and fluffy.  It also cushions the hangover and heartache from the touch loss.  

The Baltimore Burger: Why not start your morning with a burger?  Black Angus beef topped with cheddar cheese, bacon, and a fried farm fresh egg, served with thin cut fries.  Sounds like the perfect start to any day.

Modern Malt:

(Photo: Modern Malt)

The Barney Rubble: Fruity Pebble Encrusted Toast, Strawberry- Ginger Jam, and Creme Anglaise

Pig Benedict:  A biscuit topped with pork belly and a poached egg. Enough said.  Its beautiful, delicious and the perfect remedy for your broken soul.

The Mission:

The Sweet Potato Chorizo Hash: Two fried or poached eggs on top, tomatillo-chile sauce and sliced avocado. Served with toast

Blue Corn Belgian Waffles: Fresh berries, real maple syrup and cinnamon whip cream all on top of these fluffy waffles.

Stella’s Diner:

The Fretta: Scrambled eggs tossed with home-fries, ham, sausage, pepperoni, broccoli, mushroom, onion and peppers

*Or Also try the Garden Stella on a bagel.  It’s actually to die for!

Alto Cinco:

With numerous different breakfast specials that change often, it would be a good idea to check this place out!

Huevos Rancheros: A Latin kick to start off your morning with two fried eggs covered in red sauce and cheese and served on  a corn tortilla with hash browns and black beans.

Cinco Slammer: To fight the hangover you need something with a little bit of punch.  The spice in the chorizo  will add some spice to the eggs and your morning.


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