Weekends are made for brunches, right? Eating brunch, making brunch plans; we love everything about brunch.
If we didn’t love brunch already, we’d be convinced by these reasons to love brunch:
- Brunch doesn’t adhere to a strict schedule. You can come and go as you please.
- Brunch has something for everybody. We all like different things, and brunch is the perfect way to try new foods while sticking with your breakfast favorites.
- Brunch lets you start the day off leisurely. Most people rush through breakfast during the week, and weekend brunches provide the time to do the exact opposite. Enjoy it!
Luckily at the GMRENCEN, we have several brunch options to satisfy every hungry stomach over the weekend.
Granite City Food and Brewery
Make it your way at Granite City’s famous Sunday brunch. The restaurant goes above and beyond to make their Sunday brunch unique and they ensure everything is made from scratch. Start off with tableside caramel rolls – mouthwatering right? Then make the hard choice between Eggs Benedict and RumChata French Toast to pair with any of your regular brunch favorites. Granite City regularly features biscuits and gravy, seasonal salads, potatoes, pastas, carved meats and smoked salmon as part of their regular buffet.
Bonus: Granite City Food and Brewery will be open on Easter Sunday!
Volt not only has delicious brunch on the weekends, but has it throughout the week, as well. Find all your necessities like eggs, pancakes and fruit, but swoon over Volt’s make-it-your-way three-egg omelet that the chef will cook right in front of you.
Bonus: Volt will be hosting guests for Easter Sunday brunch!
Joe Muer Seafood
Enjoy a decadent brunch buffet at one of Detroit’s finest restaurants. Joe Muer Seafood begins seating at 10 a.m. and occurs seasonally, running from Mother’s Day through October. The seafood-specialty restaurant features breakfast dishes and entrees from around the world, including sushi, their famous raw bar, carving station, gourmet desserts and of course your favorite breakfast choices.
Bonus: Joe Muer Seafood is hosting an Easter Sunday brunch! Reserve your spot today.
An honorable mention goes to Andiamo Detroit Riverfront, where guests can enjoy a delicious Easter Sunday and Mother’s Day brunch with a view of Detroit’s beautiful riverfront.
Where is your favorite spot to enjoy brunch downtown? Let us know in the comments!