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Ohio Brunch Guide

May 15, 2017

Are you looking for some of the best brunch places in Ohio? Then look no further than this great combined post featuring a few Ohio bloggers giving you the lowdown on some of the best brunch spots including here in Miami County! 

Western Ohio //

Pullman Bay: Located at Grand Lake St. Mary’s, this adorable restaurant has been around forever! While the restaurant has recently been remodeled, the food hasn’t changed. From the steak and eggs to the pancakes, you won’t leave hungry. Not to mention, they have the BEST pie around. So be sure to order a piece of pie with your coffee and then your breakfast. You’ll thank me later! Indian Head: If you are looking for another restaurant on another lake, you have to eat at Indian Head. Located in Russel’s Point, Indian Head is a must when visiting Indian Lake. If you are a fan of Bloody Mary’s, they have the best! Their omelets and home fries are to die for!

Southwest Ohio //

Miami County, Ohio is full of amazing brunch spots, ensuring you never get bored while dining out! Below are Rachel’s three top locally owned spots serving up brunch in the great Miami County.

 

Basils on Market: Located in historic downtown Troy, Ohio, Basil’s on Market has been a hit since opening a few years ago. This eclectic eatery is known for their amazing food and of course brunch! Served on Sunday’s only from 10:30am-2pm Basil’s On Market’s brunch buffet is filled with an assortment of delicious food. You can expect to find classic brunch dishes like eggs benedict, an omelet station, French toast, roasted veggies and so much more. Coldwater Cafe: Located in Downtown Tipp City, Ohio, Coldwater Cafe has long been a restaurant staple in the community. With beautiful ambiance inside and rooftop dining outside, you will always find enjoyable views. Known for their amazing food, you can expect to find amazing homemade soups, salads, and a brunch favorite quiche! With this kind of variety, you will find something for even the pickiest eater.

Bakehouse Bread & Cookie Company: What says brunch more than a delicious assortment of freshly baked bread in order to build your meal upon? If you are a bread lover then look no further than Bakehouse Bread and Cookie Company on the square in downtown Troy, Ohio. While they have an amazing assortment of bread on hand daily they are also known for their amazing wraps, sandwiches and chocolate croissants. So if you are looking for brunch at a more casual restaurant serving up amazing food then be sure to check them out.

Central Ohio //

 

Bev knows all about the best places in central Ohio to have brunch. Here are her picks.

Northstar Cafe: This is the place to go if you want to fuel up before a day of shopping. Some of my favorite items on their brunch menu are the mushroom frittata, cowboy breakfast, and sweet potato turkey hash. If you are not in the mood for eggs then the chopped salad is a must. I have been trying to figure out what they have in this salad so I can replicate it.

WolfesRidge: The doughnuts are a must. These are just a starter. Some of my go pos after I have devoured the doughnuts are the bacon French toast, toad in a hole, huevos rancheros, and the Kentucky Fried sandwich. This microbrewery is a must visit when in Columbus. Be sure to make reservations beforehand. Their wait is usually over an hour on the weekends.

Dough Mama: Located in the hip Clintonville area Dough Mama is cute and quaint. For having lived in Nashville for almost 9 years, I missed biscuits and gravy. I have to say I found the place to finally get the biscuits that I missed so much after we left the south. Some of my menu favorites are the ham biscuit, avocado biscuit, biscuit and sausage gravy, and the house granola.

Shane’s Central Ohio brunch spots.

Union Cafe is located in the heart of the hip Short North district in Downtown Columbus. It serves as a cocktail lounge at night but offers the most amazing buffet brunch. The staff is friendly and welcoming, the vibe is casual and laidback, and the patio overlooks bustling High Street. Served buffet style, brunch includes an omelet bar, waffle bar, build-your-own Bloody Marys, and unlimited options of pancakes, sausage, fresh fruit, muffins and more. All for an affordable $13. Open at 10am for brunch on Sundays.

Are you from Ohio? Where’s your favorite brunch spot?

Do you prefer mimosas or Bloody Mary’s?

What’s your brunch go-to?

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