Egg, originally a weekend coffee shop inside Spare No Rib, has become a full-time restaurant thanks to its immense popularity. Owner Lassaad Jeliti hails from Tunisia and his menu includes classic dishes from all over the world. You can find hashes, sopes, chakchouka, breakfast tacos, French toast, and a cornbread Benedict with smoked pork belly. At The Grove's acclaimed Southern restaurant, Grace Meat + Three, chef and owner Rick Lewis puts his own spin on the classic breakfast sandwich.
He makes homemade sausage burgers with a duck egg, white American cheese, pepper jelly, and a toasted English roll. Other favorites include traditional corn waffles, cathedral-shaped cookies, and French toast with sauce and brioche with rotating ingredients. Juniper by John Perkins adds a Southern touch to weekend brunch with dishes like eggs Benedictine with smoked ham, chicken and waffles, quiche with mushroom mix, and a fried chicken cracker with red pepper jelly and smoked mayonnaise. Don't forget to try their cinnamon roll! The restaurant now offers brunch on Sundays from 10am to 2pm.
Kingside Diner is the place to go for an extravagant brunch. Whether you want to dine in or take something home, you won't run out of options here. Try one of their specialties like vegetarian hashish made with roasted sweet potato, Brussels sprouts, onions, garlic and eggs or opt for the flamboyant strawberry pie or French toast served with strawberries and a sweet cream filling. Knead Bakehouse offers a variety of brunch products for contactless pick-up from Tuesday to Saturday.
The bakery has donuts and kolaches both sweet and savory as well as sandwiches for breakfast and lunch. Their breakfast sandwich is made with a sesame brioche bun filled with a fried egg, cheese, tomato, lettuce, aioli and aromatic herbs. You can also add bacon or ham for extra protein. Songbird's new company Kounter Kulture offers a creative and delicious brunch menu for take away at its Forest Park Southeast restaurant.
The Combo (3 slices of aged white Cheddar cheese on toasted sourdough from La Bonne Bouchee with three slices of smoked apple wood bacon from Newman Farm and a fried farm egg from Buttonwood Farm) is one of their most popular items. Other options include a mushroom and kale frittata and a breakfast tamale with Cotija cheese, stewed black beans, coriander cream and fried egg. Turn by chef and owner David Kirkland serves an extraordinary brunch menu featuring crackers with meat sauce, a melted Reuben burger, poached eggs with smoked salmon and hollandaise sauce with dill, cracker flight served with seasonal jams and infused honeys, and an arepa; a delicious grilled corn cake served with chorizo, eggs that are too easy, avocado cheddar cheese and green chili. Vin de Set is an exclusive but cozy classic French restaurant in the Lafayette Square neighborhood in a beautiful industrial and elegant space with a picturesque rooftop patio.
Vin de Set owned by Paul and Wendy Hamilton obtains its fresh ingredients from an on-site hydroponic greenhouse to create authentic dishes from the south of France. Rooster is a European-style coffee shop bar and modern brunch restaurant located in downtown St Louis near South Grand Boulevard. Rooster chefs strive to source ingredients from local farms and suppliers specializing in sweet and savory crepes sandwiches and more. Their lemon crepe is made with cold lemon curd blueberry jam cream cheese and streusel.
Half & Half is a cheerful and welcoming restaurant for breakfast and lunch in Clayton owned by executive chef Mike Randolph and his St Louis team. Half & Half collaborates with the famous local coffee roaster Blueprint Coffee to offer a selection of coffees that changes according to the season which goes perfectly with their freshly prepared American breakfasts. Southwest Diner is as classic and quaint as the diners will transport you back to the 1950s with its red and blue vinyl chairs booths countertop with cake stands and bustling open kitchen located in Ellendale Southwest Diner serves plates full of all your favorite breakfast lunch dishes plus endless coffee. Located inside Le Méridien this restaurant is the place where you can enjoy the best brunch in St Louis with its delicious steaks toast more for breakfast lunch as well as alternatives for dinner This restaurant with patio seating is an ideal place to eat for its incredible plates of eggs cookies tortillas other classic dishes in addition to the endless brunch options which are served in beautiful space. Located on the eighth floor of Four Seasons St Louis this restaurant is one of the best places to have lunch near you serving incredible Latin American-inspired dishes in an exclusive setting. St Louis Missouri has plenty of places where you can get your brunch fix whether you prefer Bloody Marys mimosas an outdoor patio or an intimate atmosphere. From Egg at Spare No Rib to Kingside Diner Knead Bakehouse Songbird's Kounter Kulture Turn Vin de Set Rooster Half & Half Southwest Diner Le Méridien's restaurant or Four Seasons St Louis there's something for everyone!.