Le Petit Dejeuner
Bring the whole brunch squad to this family-style restaurant
Originally a restaurant on the stage of TV Lounge and in Brush Park before that, this restaurant has settled in on the east side. Don’t miss out on the crepes (choose from chocolate, strawberry, or build your own with veggies, meats, and cheese) or the pancakes, including creamy corn and carrot cake with cream cheese maple syrup. Can’t decide? No problem. Specializing in family-style dining, Le Petit Dejeuner offers the option to order all the things and share with your best brunch buds for a set price.
Sindbad’s Restaurant and Marina
For when avocado toast just won’t cut it, belly up to this buffet
Detroit has seen its fair share of new and fancy brunch in recent years, but sometimes nothing beats a good old brunch buffet where you stuff yourself like a Turducken. Sindbad’s spread is teeming with cold options like fruit, cottage cheese, smoked salmon, and salad, while the hot food choices include eggs, potatoes, sausage, biscuits and gravy, and angus roast beef carved by a chef. Paired with the breathtaking water views, at $18 per person, there’s no wonder this has been a Detroit classic for decades.