Arizona May 17, 2016
These 10 Restaurants In Arizona Prove That Brunch Is The Best Meal Of The Day
If there’s any weekend meal to splurge on, it should be brunch. It’s a rare chance to indulge in food and drink in celebration of the past week as well as prepare for a new one. Plus, no matter what your activities were the previous night, you can still get a pretty fabulous meal because of the lenient hours (hereby known as brunch-o-clock).
So if you’re ready to enjoy a tasty brunch with your pals this weekend along with a coffee or a mimosa, you will definitely want to check out these Arizona restaurants.
1. St. Francis, Phoenix
This place is packed day and night, so the busy atmosphere during brunch is no different. Try the frittata with a cold mimosa, which can be a little pricey but the meal is worth the price.
Address: 111 East Camelback Road, Phoenix.
2. Postino, Phoenix
Postino has a few locations in the Phoenix area and their brunch menus are always on point. Their food is reasonably priced and quite tasty! We recommend trying out the ciabatta french toast, which is served with preserves and crème fraiche.
Address: 5144 North Central Avenue, Phoenix.
3. Prep & Pastry, Tucson
Stop in for a delicious meal from their extensive brunch menu. A couple of stand outs include the duck confit hash and, my personal breakfast favorite, their lox. Top this off with a prickly pear mimosa and you have quite the luxurious meal!
Address: 3073 North Campbell Avenue, Tucson.
4. Liberty Market, Gilbert
While they don’t have an exclusive brunch menu, you can order from the breakfast menu on weekends until 1 p.m. Plus you can enjoy a bloody mary or their signature cortado with a spicy chilaquiles. Yum!
Address: 230 North Gilbert Road, Gilbert.
5. 5 Points Market & Restaurant, Tucson
The last time I was in Tucson, I had brunch here and enjoyed a surprisingly good breakfast salad with toast and a latte. My boyfriend also had nothing but good things to say about the huevos rancheros.
Address: 756 South Stone Avenue, Tucson.
6. Baja Cafe, Tucson
Looking for unique eggs benedict or a snickerdoodle pancake? You need to stop here! Baja Cafe has a ton of options to choose from, which is one of the best parts of participating in brunch.
Address: 7002 East Broadway Boulevard, Tucson.
7. Coppa Cafe, Flagstaff
Craving a more savory brunch option? Coppa Cafe would be perfect for you! Try out the croque madame or the prosciutto tarte.
Address: 1300 South Milton Avenue, Flagstaff.
8. MartAnne’s Cafe, Flagstaff
We’ve mentioned this place before in other articles, but MartAnne’s is really worth the stop. The chilaquiles are their signature dish but you should also give the rancheros and omelettes a try!
Address: 112 East Route 66, Flagstaff.
9. The Local, Prescott
If you’re looking for a laid back brunch while in Prescott, this is the perfect placec to stop for a meal. Also, the plates are huge! The photo makes it seem like a small meal but these are actually some hefty portions.
Address: 520 West Sheldon Street, Prescott.
10. The Red Onion, Lake Havasu City
If there’s any place to go for brunch in Lake Havasu City, this is it! The eggs benedict are delicious and you can customize your bloody mary drink.
Address: 2013 McCulloch Boulevard N, Lake Havasu City.
Have you visited any of these restaurants before? Where would you recommend dining for a delicious brunch and what do you recommend eating?