On any given Sunday in autumn, finding a place for brunch can be scary—long lines and cold breezes can make a wait unbearable. If making your decision where to go has you all scrambled, we’ve gathered a few spots for you to consider in advance, so there’s no need for waffling!
- Although “pancake” is in its name, Uncle Ernie’s Pancake House also serves up the pancake’s Belgian cousin: the waffle! Enjoy yours plain or with chocolate chips, pecans, or banana nut!
- Passing on their rich Greek heritage of fine food and hospitality, Theo and Stacey’s breakfast menu features a four waffle sampler with unique flavors like lemon ricotta and cinnamon roll.
- Scheduled to reopen on Sunday, September 13, The Crew Family Restaurant and Bakery has something to leave your entire crew satisfied—including waffles!
- At Anna’s House, the waffles take a turn from sweet to savory! Don’t be a chicken and dive into their house-made buttermilk craft waffles topped with hand battered, crispy chicken thigh.
- Become king for the day with an Elvis Waffle from Nina’s Cafe. Serving up breakfast anytime, Nina’s selection of waffles will make you wanting one for breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
- We’ve heard the waffle at Breakfast at Tiffiny’s is berry, berry tasty. Golden malted with fresh strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries, this dish can’t get any batter.
- Although the pancakes are considered legendary, Café Meli’s waffle selection stacks a punch too. The creative flair of the Eskimo and Ambrosia waffles gives the pancake a run for their money.
- Out of the way, and worth the trip, Cosmo’s Sunday Breakfast Menu offers a Belgian Waffle that is called “the star attraction at 804 W. Vine.” Top your buckwheat or malted waffle with fruit or yogurt.