Brunch: the magnificent mixture of breakfast and lunch foods that allows for a slow, relaxed morning, accompanied by a mimosa or two. What’s better than that? North Dakota is home to some of the best brunch spots in the Midwest. Here are our 7 favorites!
Easily Fargo’s most popular brunch location, Granite City offers a brunch buffet that includes all the staples and eggs made to order. You can also enjoy endless mimosas for only $5 more. The restaurant has won several national awards for its amazing brunches.
Another award-winning brunch option that offers more food than one person could possibly consume. The Sunday brunch buffet includes eggs made to order, a waffle station, and chef-carved prime rib or flank steak.
If you are looking for a small, family-owned, intimate restaurant, this is the place. Each meal is made with love and served with personal attention, providing you and your guests with a brunch option that will give you a full belly and a case of the warm fuzzies. Try the homemade cinnamon rolls and you will immediately fall in love with Darcy’s.
The Ramada Inn is home to the Aroma Restaurant, the perfect place to go if you are looking for a quiet and relaxing brunch experience. The Dakota Breakfast (two scrambled eggs layered on top of country ham and hash browns, smothered with cheese) and Belgian-style malted waffles (cherry, blueberry, or strawberry) are particular favorites.
Home of the best cinnamon rolls in Bismarck, the Little Cottage Café is anything but little. Breakfast is served all day and the serving sizes will amaze you. If you are interested in lunch, they have that covered as well, however, the restaurant is known for its breakfast options.
Brunch in Minot equals Charlie’s Main Street Café. Breakfast is served all day and includes homemade pancakes, made to order omelets, fluffy biscuits and gravy, and much more. A full lunch menu is also available.
If you are looking for cooking that tastes like it comes straight from grandma’s kitchen, The Depot Café is for you. All their meals are made with the tender loving care you’d come to expect from a home kitchen, not a restaurant. One visit to the Depot and you’ll understand what we’re saying.