Breakfast and Lunch Get Elevated at High Street on Market
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Fork Restaurant's owner Ellen Yin and Chef Eli Kulp have recently opened High Street on Market, a charming cafe offering hearty-yet-refined breakfast and lunch options that are poised to capture the hearts of Philadelphians. Situated adjacent to Fork in the Old City neighborhood, this space, which once housed Fork, Etc., has seating for twenty or so diners, who order at the sleek counter in the morning, and receive table service at lunch. The menus are posted on chalkboards in a flawless font, which is the first clue that this place pays attention to detail.
Breakfast beverages include Rival Brothers coffee, tea and OJ, and the food choices range from unusual savory pastries (such as the "Red Eye" Danish with smoked ham, gruyere and coffee gravy), to creative breakfast sandwiches (like pastrami, spiced hash, roaster peppers and onions, Russian dressing and a farm egg) on homemade kaiser rolls, to elegant sweet bites (a la the clevery named Choux-fly with molasses cream and blackberry jam in a cream puff shell). The homemade breads are the stars of the show, with a number of gorgeous specimens available for purchase by the loaf. These breads combine an impossible pairing of chewy, dense exterior and interiors with the perfect soft crumb, and come in varities rarely seen on the average bakery shelf: buckwheat cherry, vegetable ash, roasted potato, and more. The flavors and textures are wonderful enough to eschew butter, although cultured, daisy-yellow butter is available should you choose to indulge.
The deliciousness continues at lunch with snacks, sandwiches, pizzas, salads that go well above and beyond the usual stuff of cafe menus. Duck meatballs on seeded semolina, an autumn panzanella salad with squash, kale and fruit, and ribollita soup are just a few highlights among many other promising items. Dinner service will begin in October, which is sure to feature more knockout dishes.
We get the feeling that High Street on Market will emerge as one of the new brunch and power lunch hot spots, so get on over there to check it out before the secret is out!
Food Notes: Brewing, breakfast and the Bountiful Market
Michelle Dixon and Lindsay Pennock will be rectifying a grievous oversight with the opening of 70 Acre Brew Co. in Sherwood Park later this spring.
“It’s something we’ve discussed a lot over the years,” says Dixon, who with Pennock owns the new brewery and taproom at 310, 6000 Buckingham Drive. “The craft beer scene has been growing in Alberta, but we hadn’t seen anything specifically come out of Strathcona County or Sherwood Park. We wondered why that would be, and decided to take action.”
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Both veterans of the hospitality industry, Pennock and Dixon began planning for the brewery about three years ago. The two were well on the way with 70 Acre when the pandemic hit, so instead of hunkering down and waiting, they shifted the focus away from the taproom and dining area towards the distribution side of things, purchasing a canning line and a labeller. It’s been a long hard road, but on April 5 the first brewing took place. By the end of the month they’ll be shipping their initial canned offerings to retail liquor stores in the Sherwood Park area, where they plan to concentrate for the time being.
The Breakfasts You Must Try First
*Middle Child, Washington Square West
A hipster luncheonette that does a solid, greasy-spoon style breakfast with some modern twists — like those breakfast sandwiches oozing Cooper sharp, blintz toast and hand-rolled bagels every morning. 248 South 11th Street
*High Street on Market, Old City
You already know how good the bread and baked goods are at High Street. And at breakfast, they form the base of a menu that also includes new-school classics like Old Bay fried potatoes, avocado toast with fresh ricotta and an egg sandwich called The Forager with king oyster mushrooms, kale and black trumpet mayo. 308 Market Street
*The Dutch, Pennsport
You care about breakfast? Then come to this breakfast specialist, where regional delicacies like ring bologna benedict and Dutch babies are the stars of the show. 1527 South 4th Street
Toast with figs, fromage blanc, and honey | Photo courtesy of Vernick Coffee Bar
Vernick Coffee Bar, Center City
It took a long time for Greg Vernick to expand on his award-winning first restaurant. And while we’re still waiting on Vernick Fish, what we do have is his breakfast (and lunch) restaurant open inside the Comcast Technology Center, offering fresh bakery items, yogurt parfait, smoked salmon and buckwheat crepes, crab timbale and tableside pour-overs. Fancy, yes. But also warm, comforting and welcoming, which is a line that Vernick is very skilled at walking. 1800 Arch Street
*Honey’s Sit ‘n Eat, Graduate Hospital, Northern Liberties
Owners Jeb Woody and Ellen Mogell opened the original Honey’s in NoLibs just so they didn’t have to go all the way to South Philly for huevos rancheros and pancakes on the weekends. Now, years later, there are two locations and both of them do some of the best Southern-fried, down-home breakfasts anywhere in the city. 2101 South Street, 800 North 4th Street
*Federal Donuts, Everywhere
I can’t believe that no one thought of doing a combo fried-chicken-and-donut-shop in Philly before Michael Solomonov did. And now, I can’t imagine living in Philly without it.
*Hungry Pigeon, Queen Village
Another place that makes this list on the strength of their breakfast sandwich (get it with scrapple — trust me). But Hungry Pigeon also has one of the best bakers in the city working in the back (Pat O’Malley), and you’d be an idiot if you passed up a shot at his croissants or cinnamon rolls. 743 South 4th Street
*Jezabel’s Cafe, Spruce Hill
Argentinian pastries, cafe con leche, and bizcochos spread with dulce de leche. 206 South 45th Street
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Breakfast is the best meal of the day at No Toro Café, Off Street Cafe in Artesia
With the clarity of 20/20 hindsight, I’m somewhat amazed to realize how much breakfast has always meant to me.
While my friends gobbled bowls of Froot Loops and Lucky Charms in the morning, as a young lad I worked on perfecting my scrambled eggs (creamy, but with just the hint of a crust), and a properly arranged and proportioned bagel with lox and cream cheese. There also was much internal debate over whether the bagel should be toasted or not, plain or onion, with a slice of red onion or not. The complications were downright Talmudic.
Over the years, I’ve come to appreciate the joys of eggs Benedict consumed with a well-veggied Bloody Mary…and the virtues of pancakes versus waffles. And I’m surely not alone in my obsession with the first meal of the day, especially here in Southern California, where restaurants that offer breakfast only abound. (They often offer lunch as well, but it’s clearly an afterthought, paling compared to the joys of brunch.)
The breakfast-only phenomena is especially notable in the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys. But I think they’re at least equaled, if not eclipsed by the Long Beach area — by hot spots like The Breakfast Bar, The Local Spot, The Blackbird Café, Starling Diner and The Pan (which also serves dinner, but it’s breakfast that’s the signature).
And then, just a tad to the north, Artesia offers some of the best breakfasts around. This isn’t just Little India — it’s the Big Muffin, thanks to great destinations like the No Toro Café and the Off Street Café.
The name No Toro Café (11818 Artesia Blvd., Artesia, 714-499-7969, www.instagram.com/notorocafe) is actually a polite version of “No Bull Café,” which the restaurant says is the driving concept behind this “military owned and operated” mini-mall breakfast and lunch shop. It’s stripped down like, to use a military analogy, K-Rations used to be, and MREs became — just the essential dishes. But in this case done very well. It skews heavily to breakfast, with a lot of egg dishes, and some properly outlandish griddle items.
There’s a pile of Belgian-style waffles, heavy with whipped cream, that gets oohs and aahs as they emerge from the kitchen — people stopping to gape and ogle, as well they should. The raspberry pancakes are, simply speaking, things of beauty — soft and sweet with layers of flavor that you keep digging into. This is food that’s hard to resist, no matter how committed you are to your low-carb diet.
French toast is topped with banana slices and powdered sugar at No Toro Café in Artesia. (Photo by Merrill Shindler)
Breakfast burrito at No Toro Café in Artesia (Photo by Merrill Shindler)
No Toro Café in Artesia skews heavily to breakfast, with a lot of egg dishes, and some properly outlandish griddle items. There are many lunch-type options as well. (Photo by Merrill Shindler)
Getting even more orchidaceous, there are banana pecan-cinnamon pancakes. And getting back to basics, there’s plain buttermilk pancakes, which are also served on the side, as an alternative to toast or English muffins
The choice of toast, English muffins or pancakes come with dishes from the Sniper Scramble Bar (four eggs, American cheese, house potatoes) and a choice of three toppings, drawn from spinach, avocado, salsa, red peppers, onions, tomatoes, jalapeños, bacon and spicy chorizo. You can also choose turkey bacon, grilled chicken or grilled steak.
Then, there’s the No Toro Breakfast Burger, in which a burger and a breakfast collide on that brioche bun — a patty and cheddar from one side of the fence, bacon and a fried egg from the other, served with skinny fries. I guess you could ask for pancakes as well, if you ask real nice. Making it a kind of amazing combination.
A mile to so down Artesia Boulevard, we come upon the Off Street Cafe (11020 Artesia Blvd., Artesia 562-402-9665, www.offstreetcafe.com), which isn’t so much off the street as it is in a corporate complex, where it’s clearly large enough to feed one and all. (One of the streets bordering the restaurant is Business Circle.)
Indeed, the first thing you notice about the Off Street is the size of the outdoor patio, which surrounds the place to a degree where the restaurant is barely visible within. And if you do venture within, there’s much more restaurant to be found — this “American Diner” is a big joint.
There’s a big menu to match. I counted 21 egg dishes, seven “Hearty Specialties,” seven “Off Street Lites” and nine “Pancakes, French Toast & Waffles.” The depth of the menu allows you to meander from the Zen simplicity of two eggs any style, to the far more diet-challenging fried chicken on a homemade waffle with bourbon maple syrup, a California-style chorizo burrito, an egg white and ground turkey “healthy” scramble (with brown rice as a side!), and a Breakfast BLT made with a fried egg.
On the side dishes, you’ll notice low-fat cottage cheese right next to two house-made biscuits and gravy — the alpha and omega of dietary options. I lean toward the biscuits for me, cottage cheese is the dairy version of kale.
Ease yourself into the weekend with our indulgent brunch recipes, including American-style pancakes, eggs Benedict, shakshuka and French toast.
Fluffy American pancakes with cherry-berry syrup
You'll flip over these next level fluffy American pancakes – the perfect indulgent brunch treat. Serve with our tangy cherry syrup and irresistible maple syrup and bacon
Blueberry & lemon croissant bake
Croissants, custard, lemon curd and blueberries combine to make this irresistible yet easy bake that's perfect for dessert or brunch with friends
Avocado & black bean eggs
Set yourself up for the day with this healthy veggie breakfast with eggs, avocado and black beans. It takes just 10 minutes to throw together and makes a great lunch, too
60 Healthy Breakfast Ideas
Stuck in a breakfast rut? Find over 60 healthy breakfast ideas below! With sweet, savory, easy & make-ahead options, we have something for everyone.
And just like that, it’s back-to-school time! I’m lining up the fall recipe calendar, getting ready to test, shoot, and share a slew of new ideas. For us, this season will be busy, and I know that it will be for many of you too. Today, I’m sharing my favorite healthy breakfast ideas to get these jam-packed days off to a great start. You’ll find ones that are perfect for making ahead and taking on the go, ones that are quick & easy to whip up in the morning, and even a few for days when you have a bit more time to linger over breakfast.
Below, I share over 60 healthy breakfast recipes, divided into 11 (yes, 11!) categories: oats, eggs, smoothies, bowls, quick breads, pancakes & waffles, breakfast tacos, breakfast cookies, toast, muffins & scones, and bars & balls. Whether you’re someone who craves something savory or sweet first thing in the morning, or whether you like to enjoy breakfast at home or grab it & go, you’re sure to find some healthy breakfast ideas you love.
Healthy Breakfast Oats
Oats are loaded with fiber, so they’re a great healthy breakfast! If you’re like me, though, you might run the risk of getting stuck in an oat rut. In college, I ate plain instant oatmeal every day. After four years, I couldn’t stand the stuff. To avoid oat burnout, make sure to vary your toppings! Any nut butter, fruit, dried fruit, yogurt, nut, seed, or jam is fair game. Change up how you prepare your oats too. Make baked oatmeal or homemade granola, or prep a big batch of overnight oats for quick breakfasts throughout the week. While you’re at it, make a batch of homemade oat milk.
Egg Breakfast Recipes
If you’re someone who wants to prioritize protein in your breakfast, egg recipes are a great choice. Breakfast scrambles, omelets, and plain fried eggs can get repetitive, so try one of the recipes below to change things up. Make individual frittatas in muffins tins for a portable breakfast option. On days when you have more time, sit down to a big breakfast casserole or shakshuka with your partner or family.
Healthy Breakfast Smoothies
Smoothies are some of the best breakfast recipes, as they pack a big serving of fruits and veggies into your first meal of the day. Through years of making smoothies, I’ve found that a handful of spinach is almost undetectable, so toss some in to boost the nutrients in a fruit smoothie! Alternatively, blend in a superfood like hemp seeds, nut butter, matcha, or maca powder for an extra healthy kick.
Make your smoothie the night before and store it in the fridge for a grab & go breakfast, or prep individual smoothie packs. Portion out the fruit, veggie, and superfood ingredients for a single smoothie into a container, prepping for as many days as you like at once. Store containers in the freezer, and in the morning, blend a frozen pack with almond milk or juice. Enjoy!
Healthy Breakfast Bowls
If you’re looking for some new, out-of-the-box breakfast ideas, a breakfast bowl might be the thing for you. In this category, almost anything goes. When I’m making a savory bowl, I top rice, farro, or cauliflower rice with a soft-boiled egg, vegetables (leftover roasted Brussels sprouts, butternut squash, cauliflower, etc) and a flavorful sauce like pesto or tzatziki. My sweet bowls vary widely. Sometimes I’m in the mood for chia pudding or a smoothie bowl. On other days, I’ll top quinoa with almond milk, cinnamon, and fresh fruit and call it a meal.
Quick Bread Breakfast Recipes
Moist, comforting, and lightly sweet, quick bread is a delectable breakfast option. In the summer, I almost always have individual slices of zucchini bread in my freezer. In the fall and winter, pumpkin and banana bread take its place. Enjoy a thick slice of your favorite quick bread on its own, or top it with a dollop of Greek yogurt and seasonal fruit for extra staying power.
Pancake & Waffle Breakfast Ideas
Pancakes and waffles may not be something you can whip up every morning of the week, but unlike their cousin French toast, these breakfast recipes keep well if you make them ahead and freeze them. So double your weekend batch of pancakes or waffles, and freeze the leftovers for busy mornings! When you’re ready to eat, pop them in the toaster or microwave to thaw.
Healthy Breakfast Tacos
After years of living in Austin, breakfast tacos are my favorite healthy breakfast. Most often, I scramble eggs with spinach and top them with avocado or guacamole, tomatillo salsa or cilantro sauce, and pico de gallo, if I have it on hand. Otherwise, I add roasted veggies like sweet potatoes, shiitakes, or cherry tomatoes to my egg filling. I like to prep these ahead of time, so all I have to do in the morning is scramble up a couple of eggs and load everything into tortillas.
Healthy Breakfast Cookies
Breakfast cookies are the perfect on-the-go morning treat. Ingredients like flax, oats, nuts, seeds, and even quinoa fill them with protein, healthy fats, and fiber. In addition to the fruit and veggie variations listed below, I love the Banana Bread Breakfast Cookies on page 35 of Love and Lemons Every Day. These breakfast recipes are great ones to make ahead of time and freeze for busy mornings. To thaw, pop them in the microwave for 8-10 seconds, and head out the door!
Toast Breakfast Ideas
If you’re looking for tried & true easy breakfast ideas, toast is the thing for you! Pop a slice of whole grain bread in the toaster, and load it up with your favorite seasonal toppings. I like to start with a creamy spread and then add a layer of roasted or raw veggies, fruit, and/or fresh herbs. I’m a diehard fan of avocado toast, but hummus, ricotta, and nut butter are good starting points for making delicious toast too.
Healthy Breakfast Muffins and Scones
When I was growing up, chocolate chip muffins were a breakfast staple in our house. Muffins are still one of my favorite ways to start the day, but now, I make my morning muffins a bit healthier, using whole grain flour, fruit mix-ins, and natural sweeteners like maple syrup whenever possible. Like other healthy breakfast baked goods, muffins and scones freeze well. I like to keep a frozen stash on hand at all times!
Bars & Balls Breakfast Ideas
If you’re someone who loves to start your day with a granola bar, try swapping out the packaged kind for ones you make at home. All of these recipes are simple, made with good-for-you ingredients that combine to make delicious, nutritious morning treats. Like baked goods, these bars & balls keep well in the freezer, so prep a batch to have on hand for easy healthy breakfasts and snacks!
Looking for more healthy breakfast ideas?
Check out this list of my favorite brunch recipes. Then, try my favorite strategies for prepping dinner and packing lunch, and check out this post for some great healthy lunch recipes and this one for my favorite vegan recipes!
While we can&apost control our genetics, we can increase our exercise and change up our diets to support a healthy heart. Aim for a brisk walk, or any other form of cardio exercise, for at least 30 minutes most days of the week to help improve your heart health and lower your blood pressure.
Nutrition-wise, lowering your sodium intake, namely by reducing processed foods like frozen dinners and fast foods, can help lower blood pressure. Plus, increasing intake of foods rich in potassium, like most fruits and vegetables, salmon, beans and dairy, can also help lower your blood pressure.
If you&aposre overweight, losing weight can positively improve blood pressure, so we set this plan at 1,500 calories, which is a level where most people will lose weight. We also included modifications for 1,200 or 2,000 calories a day, depending on your needs.
Here are our 13 best easy breakfast recipes for busy mornings. They are healthy, delicious and will keep you full until lunch.
1. Scrambled Eggs and Chicken Sausages
This power packed high-protein breakfast is just what you need to kick-start your day. It is also really easy and quick to put together. So smack your lips over simple and easy to prepare scrambled eggs tossed in mild spices with chicken sausages.
2. Rawa Upma
This favourite breakfast staple from South India is super easy to make and perfect for a wholesome morning meal. Throw in some veggies like peas, carrots and beans to make it more nutritious.A great breakfast staple from South India that is light and easy on stomach yet filling enough.
3. Masala Cheese French Toast
One of the easiest and most delicious breakfast recipes, this cheesy French toast can be ready in minutes and does not require too much effort.A perfect combination of spice and cheese.
4. Bombay Toasty
This famous street snack from Mumbai makes for a great breakfast. Layers of tomatoes, onion, mashed potatoes slathered with fresh coriander chutney are neatly placed between toasted bread slices.This famous street snack from Mumbai is great for breakfast.
5. Masala Chicken on Toast
This is a great easy breakfast recipe to use if you have some leftover chicken. Saute some chicken chunks with masalas and juicy tomatoes and serve it on to toasted bread. No work at all yet a flavourful breakfast to fest on.An easy breakfast recipe to use leftover chicken.
6. Banana and Almond Porridge
7. Peas and Potato SandwichSandwiches are the easiest things to make for breakfast or pack for tiffin.
8. Quinoa Lentil Salad
Not in the mood of the usual fare? Try this interesting salad for breakfast with quinoa, carrots, cauliflower, lentils, pomegranate and mosambi juice. An all-in-one breakfast meal.
9. Masala Omlette
An omlette is perhaps one of the easiest things to make, especially when you are running short on time. You can experiment with it too by adding some chicken to it to make it more wholesome.
10. Besan ka Cheela
A favourite in most North Indian homes, besan ka cheela needs very few ingredients, is super easy to make and will be ready in minutes. It's a great recipe for busy mornings.A simple recipe that needs very few ingredients and just a few minutes.
11. Eggless Pancakes
Sweet, fluffy and delicious pancakes that are eggless too! Serve these basic pancakes with a sweet or a savoury filling/sauce.American staple, pancakes are quick and easy breakfast option that kids and adults both would love.
12. Vermicelli Upma
A popular breakfast option in India which is light and healthy. Upma is an easy breakfast recipe from South India that just takes about 20 minutes to cook with simple ingredients. It is a delicious yet healthy snacking option for all your hunger pangs, served best with a bowl of hot sambhar.
13. Bread Poha
A quintessential breakfast of India, poha is a quick and easy dish to prepare from Maharashtra. Bread poha is a variation of poha, with slices of bread added to the masala. A perfect quick dish for kids and guests alike.
31 Delicious Mother&rsquos Day Brunch Recipes to Spoil the Best Woman in Your Life
Treat her to a special morning at home with these creative breakfast and brunch ideas.
Mom&rsquos big day deserves a morning meal that&rsquos just as special as she is. Of course, the best Mother&rsquos Day brunch recipes are decadent and filling. But if you&rsquore looking for a few ideas that hit the sweet spot between indulgent and healthy, you&rsquove come to the right place to celebrate the best woman in your life.
With spring in full swing (and hope on the horizon as vaccinations ramp up in the U.S.), this Mother&rsquos Day&mdashwhich falls on Sunday, May 9, if you need to mark your cal&mdashfeels especially exciting. And making your mom&rsquos, grandmother&rsquos, or wife&rsquos day is as simple as showing a little appreciation, which includes a thoughtful gift and a delicious brunch full of her favorite foods.
So, ask yourself: Is she a fruit fanatic? A cinnamon roll queen? A muffin maven? There&rsquos something for every mom on this list&mdashall you have to do is pick a recipe or two, whip up a fresh pot of coffee, and wake her up with a spread that shows her just how much you love her.
Every one of these Mother&rsquos day brunch recipe ideas, from herby frittata to nectarine bruschetta, is full of delicious flavors, body-boosting nutrients, and sure, maybe a little bit of sugary icing for fun. Even better, they&rsquore just waiting to be enjoyed with a mimosa or two. Go ahead and get cooking&mdashit&rsquos time to surprise Mom with the best brunch she&rsquoll eat all year (because you made it with lots of love, of course).
Fox Run Cafe Reopens with New Breakfast and Lunch Menu
Opening a restaurant is hard — any restaurateur will tell you that. Opening a restaurant during a pandemic adds another layer of uncertainty, frustration and changing regulations that make the endeavor even more difficult. But, if a restaurant can get through a pandemic, it can likely take any future challenges in stride. Since it first opened in March 2020, Fox Run Cafe has experienced more challenges than normal in its first year. After closing for a month to refocus, they are now open with a new breakfast and lunch menu that brings lighter, fresh fare to the Congress Park neighborhood.
Photo Courtesy of Fox Run Cafe
When Lucien Reichert formed the concept of Fox Run Cafe, he wanted the focus to be on hospitality and making guests feel welcome. The name of the restaurant comes from his family’s vacation home in Steamboat Springs — located on a street named Fox Run — that always welcomed friends and family with open arms and an open kitchen. “We’d always have our friends up for weekends and holidays and it was always so welcoming. My mom would be cooking food for everyone and made everyone feel so comfortable. I wanted to evoke that same feeling with the restaurant,” said Reichert.
Upon walking into the quaint restaurant, you’ll be greeted by an employee who will let you know that you can place your order at the counter and sit at any open table. “There’s nothing worse than going into a restaurant and feeling stupid or unwelcome,” said Reichert. The space is small but boasts a large garage door that can be opened on nice days that makes the space feel more open. Reichert is a Denver native and fell in love with the Congress Park neighborhood several years ago.
“It feels less developed and more authentic over here compared to some of the neighborhoods with big development projects going on,” he said. He hopes that Fox Run will become a neighborhood staple and that regulars from some of the neighboring hotspots like Machete, Cerebral Brewing and Lula Rose will begin to come to Fox Run on a regular basis. “It’s hard to build up your customer base during a pandemic. Most people have been focused on going to their favorite restaurants to try to help them stay in business, not go to brand new ones,” he explained.
Photo Courtesy of Fox Run Cafe
The menu at Fox Run is refreshing and simple. Reichert experimented with baking sourdough throughout the closures and serves it as toast with toppings like whipped feta, honey and pistachios ($8), scrambled eggs, cream fraiche and chives ($7) and avocado with grapefruit chermoula ($9). You can also enjoy the sourdough on the corned beef reuben ($15) consisting of braised cabbage, provolone and thousand island dressing. The breakfast burrito ($12) is a home run made with scrambled eggs, cheddar, vegetarian green chili, fried potatoes and your choice of bacon or sausage all wrapped in a flour tortilla then grilled to crispy perfection. The fried chicken sandwich ($13) was an unexpected menu item that customers loved so much during the dine-in closure that Reichert decided to keep it on the menu. “The plan from the beginning was to adapt to what the customers wanted, so that’s what we’re doing,” he said.Breakfast burrito. Photo by Caroline Kennedy. Scrambled egg toast. Photo by Caroline Kennedy.
Bloody Mary has no clothes. Photo courtesy of Fox Run Cafe. Fox Run burger. Photo courtesy of Fox Run Cafe.
Eventually, Fox Run hopes to stay open for happy hour but for now you can enjoy brunch cocktails like cold brew whiskey ($10), spiked house lemonade ($9), a bloody ($9) and a paloma ($9). Fox Run also has a unique take on a bloody called “bloody mary has no clothes” ($9) that is a strained version of the bloody with a lighter mouthfeel and less pulp than the traditional bloody.
Next time you find yourself in the Congress Park area, Fox Run is worth a stop, even if it’s just for a piece of hot and crispy griddled banana bread and a coffee. Once you go, though, you may want to stay awhile longer and enjoy the hospitality.
75 Brunch Recipes That Will Make Mornings the Most Delicious Part of Your Day
Imagine waking up each day to a full spread featuring your favorite brunch recipes&mdashincluding mimosas. Okay, maybe that's not entirely reasonable, but we say it's a commendable goal, and we're happy to do what we can to help make it happen (or, at least plan for your next available weekend morning).
Not only are all these plates perfect for family brunches, but most of them can be made quickly, or even ahead of time, so you aren't spending your whole weekend morning in the kitchen. Because it's not really a relaxing brunch if you have to get up early and spend hours in the kitchen to make it.
Whether you prefer sweet or savory options, this list has it all. There are, of course, plenty of dishes featuring eggs&mdashincluding quiches, frittatas, and toasts. But we've also rounded up tons of pancake recipes and breakfast casserole recipes, many of which can even be prepared ahead of time. There are also breads, drinks, sweet treats (looking at you, donut holes), and even simple-but-elegant options like yogurt, or granola.
You can definitely make these recipes any day of the week, but they'd also be great to serve at your holiday feast, whether it's Mother's Day, Father's Day, or Christmas morning. Of course, to complete your brunch&mdashespecially if it's a special occasion&mdashyou should also serve a refreshing mimosa. Now that's a brunch everyone will want to attend.