Sunday Funday: Chatt Town Brunch Breakdown

One thing about Chattanooga is there is no shortage of delicious food, and typically at a decent price.  So I'm going to do all of you a big favor and break down some of my favorite Sunday Funday brunch spots.

Foodworks

The mother hen of brunches in my opinion. Offering $1 Mimosas and $2 PBR Tallboys, and $3.50 Bloody Marys.  They have their typical brunch eats, but have several items on the menu that change week to week. Foodworks also shares a building with Knitting Mill Antiques.  Which makes for a great post mimosa jaunt.  Don't forget to ask for bread.

 

Brewhaus

I will rant and rave about how great Brewhaus is until the day I die.  This is by far one of my favorite places to frequent in town.  A German inspired ale-house and gastropub.  If the food or the beers don't get you, be assured.... the view definitely will. With mimosas and even beer-mosas ready to roll out, this is a brunch staple.  Be sure to get the deviled eggs, they are quite literally the best. I will also add that Brewhaus is my typical go-to for viewing soccer matches as well.

 

Hair of the Dog

If you're not into the typical brunch this is the place for you.  Set in a great pub atmosphere in the heart of downtown.  They have a great selection of libations and some of the best bar food in town.  My go to?  The Hashish, a hash brown casserole with caramelized onions, cheddar cheese, scrambled eggs, and bratwurst.

 

The Bitter Alibi

Offering all the staples of brunch, such as the "Champagne Thing" or their delicious Whiskey cocktail "The Wake N Bacon".  Be sure to try The Cumberbatch, a delicious cheddar biscuit with an egg cooked to order and their fantastic chorizo gravy.

 

Blue Plate

These guys pride themselves on using locally sourced ingredients and were one of the first restaurants in Chattanooga's food wave several years back to do so. All of their food is made fresh to order using said ingredients which makes this one of my top places to begin my Sunday Funday.  Not to mention the view is great, and they have an amazing outdoor patio space.

 

Bluewater Grille  

If you like jazz while eating your brunch this is the spot for you.  Each Sunday they have live music as well as their usual delicious brunch fare.

 

Broad Street Grille

I'm not a huge fan of buffet style dining, but the Broad Street Grille's Brunch Buffet is too good to pass up.  Starting at 11:30 and costing a mere $21.95  you get a delectable buffet consisting of fruits, eggs, sausages, pastries, as well as drinks... alcoholic ones too.

 

Poblanos

If you're in the mood for a more Latin spin of a brunch affair try Poblanos.  It's in a great location down by Coolidge Park, which makes a pre or post brunch walk a must.  Poblanos is not only some of the best Mexican food in town, it is also a great brunch spot.  With $1 Mimosas and incredible Margaritas.  Be sure to try the Blood Orange Margarita.

 

Embargo 62

With $5 bottomless mimosas and a menu full of delicious, authentic Cuban cuisine. They also have a humidor with some of the finest cigars, as well as a fantastic patio for sitting and enjoying our great Chattanooga weather.

 

Aretha Frankenstein's

If you're out and about on a Sunday Morning, especially on your bicycle, this is the spot for you.  I will say though, with food made to order, and it being on the smaller side... don't expect to be in and out of here in a pinch.  Arriving early is also a plus, as there tends to be a wait, especially on Sunday Funday.  Make sure to try their amazingly delicious pancakes and be sure to grab some of the mix to take home for yourself.

 

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