Brunch is a right of passage for most millennials. We catch up with friends, chat about the upcoming week, and eat spectacular food. We love brunch because it isn’t something that we have to get up early for, we work it into our Sunday routine without complication. As millennials, we love an amazing brunch spot, so let’s talk about Black-Owned Brunch Spots.
Brick & Spoon
Starting in my home state of Alabama, Brick and Spoon were voted “Top 10 Breakfasts in the US” by Travel + Leisure. So you know it is bound to be some great food! Make a stop here, I’m sure you won’t regret it.
Located in Fort Lauderdale, Spoon’s is one place you have to be in Florida for brunch. Check it out next time you are in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area.
Batter and Berries
Chicago’s best brunch spot has THE BEST FRENCH TOAST! Check them out the next time you’re in town!
Lil’ Dizzy’s Cafe
This is said to be one of Queen Bey’s favorite New Orleans restaurants when in town. Sunday brunch is offered from 8 am until 2 pm. They are open Monday through Saturday from 7 am until 2 pm.
Milk and Honey Café
This place has to be one of my absolute favorites! Gritz Cafe is located in Las Vegas, Nevada, people like Barack Obama (our forever president), Ludacris, and more have visited to get a taste of the southern cooking that Gritz Cafe has to offer!
The Soul Food Factory
East Orange, New Jersey is one place you have to visit and The Soul Food Factory is one place you have to stop by. Amazing chicken and waffles!
The goal of the menu, executed by Chef Kingsley John, is to stay true to the flavors of southern food, yet experiment and break all misconceptions about the genre. SoCo Sunday brunch runs from 12 pm until 9:30 pm. Take a visit to Brooklyn, New York to get some of that good eating!
The Breakfast Klub
Houston, Texas has some of the best food and The Breakfast Club is that place to get it!
Ben’s Next Door
Located in Washington, D.C, Ben’s Next Door is one experience you cannot miss when in D.C.0