If there’s one thing that’s better than brunch, it’s enjoying it outdoors. With the warmer weather and weekend fast approaching, it’s almost time to head to your favorite rooftop restaurants or sidewalk cafes for your brunch fix. However, it’s always fun to explore neighboring cities and try something new. Here’s your guide for the top 10 outdoor brunch spots located across the country, so you can enjoy the best breakfast and lunch combos no matter where you’re located!
10. Superba Food + Bread: Los Angeles
This scenic Los Angeles spot is known for its toast, as well as it’s many other specialty items. It’s cute and quirky decor makes it a must-try if you’re in the area.
9. Root & Bone: New York City
This newly opened eatery is elevating traditional Southern comfort food and putting a New York twist on it. Try their cheddar cheese waffle sandwiches to make this brunch the best one yet!
8. Nico Osteria: Chicago
Nico Osteria is one of Chicago’s hottest brunch spots. Sink your teeth into their croissants and pastries to start off your day on the right foot.
7. The Meatball Shop: New York City
Biscuits and gravy is a comfort food staple, but who would have thought that it would be even better with meatballs? At this beloved Manhattan mini-chain, you can rework the classic Southern brunch dish by adding any meatball iteration of your choosing. Don’t be afraid to go balls to the wall at this spot!
6. Pinewood Social: Nashville
Pinewood Social is known for combining the classic Reuben sandwich with Eggs Benedict, creating the brunch menu of our dreams. The runny egg yolk in this dish creates one messy, delicious pile of brunch that you definitely shouldn’t miss.
5. Puritan & Company: Cambridge, Massachussetts
This Massachussetts brunch spot creates a cozy atmosphere by serving food in a communal setting. If you’ve got a sweet tooth be sure to check out their renowned pastires and orange hibiscus doughnuts.
4. Huckleberry: Los Angeles
Weekend brunch at this superb bakery and cafe is a must for LA locals. Whether you’re hankering for a homemmade pastry or are looking for something more savory, Huckleberry’s menu boasts both options and more.
3. Holeman & Finch Public House: Atlanta
Linton Hopkins, voted the Best New Chef in 2009, is purveyor of H&F’s famous menu. A signitaure dish at this brunch spot is the Johnny Cake, with foie gras, poached eggs, bacon and whipped sorghum.
2. Jam: Chicago
This Chicago-based ultra popular brunch spot specializes in comfort food. Their decadent French toast and spiked custard will keep you coming back for more.
1. Sportello: Boston
This Boston eatery boast unconventional dishes such as pasta on its brunch menu. Paired with traditional items such as French toast and croissants, you’re sure to find something for everyone at this local favorite.
Know of any brunch spots that didn’t make the list? Let us know in the comment section!