25 Cincinnati Brunch Spots Worth Getting Out of Bed For

Whether it's a hungover weekend morning or a trip out with your kids or both, there are many brunch spots to enjoy…

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Cedar
    701 Main St., Covington
    Cedar has been successful with its mission to take diners on a one-hour vacation through food and experience. Guests can unplug, relax and escape while enjoying comfort food and craft cocktails at their restaurants. Enjoy The Hangover, a dish with a layer of spicy chorizo resting underneath a blanket of sunny-side-up eggs. Beneath those are homemade, steaming breakfast potatoes. Fresh jalapen?o compliments the creaminess of the avocado slices and the tang of the housemade pico de gallo.
    Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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27 Cincinnati Brunch Restaurants Worth Getting Out Of Bed For

These days, the phrase “Let’s get brunch” is basically a euphemism for “Let’s get drunk before noon.” People be lovin' brunch, amiright?…

By CityBeat Staff

Taste of Belgium
    Multiple Locations
    Taste of Belgium has been expanding its operations since its first waffle was pulled from a cast iron waffle-press at Findlay Market in 2007, opening four brick-and-mortar bistros and an additional market location. Along with its locally famous sweet, sturdy and caramelized Belgian waffles, the brunch offerings have piloted the restaurant’s rapid ascent. Under the “Brunch Like a Belgian” menu category, there is a fresh berry parfait with chia seeds; a McWaffle with egg, bacon, gruyere and maple syrup; and a messy goetta hash, with Eckerlin Meats’ goetta and two eggs. This is in addition to staples like a strawberries-and-cream-topped waffle or a savory buckwheat galette. Try the crepe-like galette filled with turkey, bacon and housemade ranch dressing or Speculoos biscuits and cookie butter. 
    Photo: Brittany Thornton
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