So you have got a stylish wardrobe — let the world appreciate your taste for finer things in life.
To show off your FYNE looks at some of the most sought-after brunch spots in the country, we have compiled a list of ten of our favorite brunch spots. They stand out for their location, the crowd, and the food. And each of them compliments your uber-chic FYNE looks.
1. Proxi (Chicago)
The popular West Loop joint serves an eclectic weekend brunch menu that will have you coming back more. Do not miss the famed tempura elotes here. There is also kimchi fried rice and freshly baked sourdough bread. The bread comes with a generous helping of strawberry-Thai basil jam and bone marrow butter. Also on the menu is Proxi’s eclectic take on the French toast and other brunch staples to try. The chic interiors of the place are perfect to show-off an elegant mesh dress that's ideal for daywear.
2. Spoon and Stable (Minneapolis)
Spoon and Stable features regularly in the list of best restaurants in Minneapolis. The diner stands out as much for its food as it does for its high ceilings. They add to the grandeur of the place. A vibrant wrap dress is ideal for this Minneapolis hotspot.
Food-wise, don’t miss to raid the loaded pastry section here. Spoon and Stable are famous for their crepe cake. It is a pile of thin pancakes stacked together, finished with a generous helping of seasonal berries. And a slice of the famous cake will only set you back by $4. Yes. Only $4. Before you decide to load up on pastries, though, check other brunch items, too. There are biscuits served with bratwurst scallion gravy. There is also a fat duck egg omelet on the offing if you are really famished after a long Saturday night.
3. Stiltsville (Miami)
If you are in Miami and you have got the case of weekend munchies, hit up Siltisville. This Sunset Harbor spot is famous for its fresh seafood menu. Their lobster roll is one of the best (and the fattest) in the city. You can cure your weekend hangover with a bottle of Rose wine, which is available at a special weekend price. When in a beach town, dressing up is actually dressing down. Keep it casual yet chic with an off-shoulder top and a high-waisted skirt. It's Miami. You can be sure of a good brunch crowd that appreciates the finer things in life.
4. Tavern on the Green (NYC)
When talking about the best brunch spots in the country, you cannot miss out on a classic - Tavern on the Green. Located in Central Park, the iconic restaurant stands out for its weekend brunch menu. Potato pancakes, Scottish salmon, bacon with maple sauce, brioche French toast, the restaurant’s brunch menu is full of classics. The iconic spot is ideal for a Midi dress that's the right amount of vibrant and understated. After having your fill, you can always take a stroll to one of the many attractions around Central Park. The Lake and Strawberry Fields are crowd favorites.
5. Cafe Beatrice (Boston)
Who said brunch is only for the weekends? Cafe Beatrice has a 5-day brunch menu with an equal balance of sweet and savory. There are salted sticky buns, cinnamon rolls, and muffins to satiate your sweet tooth. And there are breakfast tacos, smoked salmon, and egg sandwiches on the savory side. Located in the bustling Cambridge Crossing neighborhood, Cafe Beatrice is an ideal brunch spot when working from home during the week. You want to keep it casual yet fashionable during a work week; which means high-rise pants paired with a fitted top are the perfect look to show-off in the neighborhood.
6. Sqirl (Los Angeles)
Tell us you are in LA without telling us you are in LA? Click a selfie at Sqirl. Everything about this breakfast place is quintessential LA. Minimal decor, vegan-friendly menu, small-batch, and long lines of people waiting to get in. Sqirl has built a cult following for itself. There is a good chance you might run into a (hungry) celebrity or two here. You will want to dress up well when heading to Sqirl. A sleeveless, vibrant Maxi dress could steal the show here.
Food-wise, you have the option of going healthy or indulging your decadent desires. Whatever you choose, don’t forget to take some extra jelly for home. Your brioche will never taste the same again (and in a good way).
7. Milktooth (Indianapolis)
Open only four days a week (Friday-Monday), Milktooth is one of the best things about Indianapolis. It only serves breakfast and lunch. It stands out as much for its sophisticated food menu as it does for its lowbrow cocktails. Those pack a punch. Dig into Dutch baby pancakes, which come with seasonal sides. There are the usual breakfast staples such as slow-poached eggs and biscuits with gravy; all served with a slight twist. Milktooth does not take reservations. You might have to stand in line for a bit to be seated. You will want to wear something comfy without sacrificing style. A crop top paired with high-rise hot pants is our preferred look.
8. Fort Defiance (Brooklyn)
Red Hook in Brooklyn is the last place you will think about for brunch. Getting there might be a challenge. But Fort Defiance makes the trip worth it. It is one of the most popular brunch spots in Brooklyn. And the brunch menu is only available on the weekends. Order a classic American breakfast with Irish coffee that’s perfect for your weekend hangover. There is also a delicious Banh Mi on the menu for the adventurous. The unassuming brunch spot is ideal to show-off a chic Mesh dress in a vibrant print.
9. Kantine (San Francisco)
Organic and small-batch, Kantine brings Scandinavian food to SF. The cozy joint serves a brunch menu five days a week. There is ample indoor and outdoor seating available so you can soak up the sun. And you can customize your brunch plate to suit your palette. Raid the bakery or pick from a selection of sandwiches, porridge, and wholesome vegetable bowls. The laidback vibe of Kantine calls for a laidback attire, like a shirt dress. It is just the right amount of "dressy" for a place like Kantine.
10. Luna Park Cafe (Seattle)
Get a healthy dose of nostalgia - and one of the best brunches in Seattle - at Luna Park Cafe. The diner tips more than a hat to the ‘50s, right from the fun decor to menu items such as Elvis Waffle. It is open seven days a week. But there is limited seating available. Take wait time into account when hitting up this spot for brunch in Seattle. And wear something vibrant and fun to complement the light-hearted interiors of the place. For example, this shirt dress with a waist tie is ideal for a brunch date at Luna Park Cafe.