Cheers to Kings BierHaus Brunch
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Cheers to Kings BierHaus Brunch

First, it was Oktoberfest. Then it was trivia night. And now, King’s BierHaus has perfected brunch, ladies and gentlemen. From fruity drinks to sausage platters, here’s why you need to plan your next Sunday brunch at King’s. If you’ve never been to King’s, know first that it’s a weird hybrid between counter ordering and table … Continue reading

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Navigating the Brunch Buffet at Baba Yega
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Navigating the Brunch Buffet at Baba Yega

Baba Yega embodies all things Montrose–its prime location off Fairview, its vegetarian-friendly menu, its eclectic and cozy décor, and homey brunch buffet. A few Sunday’s ago, the Brunch Klub and I decided to try out the brunch spread at Baba Yega. Baba Yega isn’t your traditional restaurant. It’s this old bungalow house with a bunch of different rooms … Continue reading

Brunch at Harold’s is a Southerner’s Delight
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Brunch at Harold’s is a Southerner’s Delight

This past weekend the Brunch Klub crew (of eight!) popped on over for Sunday brunch at the Height’s eatery, Harold’s in the Heights. Located on 19th Street in the Heights, Harold’s is a second floor restaurant (on top of Torchy’s Tacos) with a bar and delightful rooftop balcony with prime views of the historic Heights Theatre. The brunch menu … Continue reading

Biskit Junkie: Worth All the Hype?
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Biskit Junkie: Worth All the Hype?

A few weeks ago after a much too fun Housiversary Party, the Brunch Klub went on down to Biskit Junkie  in Montrose for some recovery sustenance. Biskit Junkie offers a menu of biscuits, burgers, beer and accompaniments like cheese fries. It also has a “one hit wonders” section with brunch items like chicken and waffles, Mediterranean eggs, and … Continue reading