We’ve already given you our picks for Detroit’s best brunch, but what do we know? We know that when it comes to something so important, it’s good to hear from the experts. That's why we asked six sweet Detroit-area chefs to pick their favorite brunch spots, and tell why you might catch them dining there this weekend. Feast your eyes...
Chef Les Molnar of Green Dot Stables, Johnny Noodle King, and the soon-to-be-opened Huron Room
His pick: Brooklyn Street Local (address and info)
Molnar has had a busy year with the opening of the second Green Dot Stables in Malaysia (!) and his upcoming Huron Room (which will be heavy on Michigan produce, meats, and Great Lakes fish). But when he has time for brunch, you’ll probably find him eating the Canuck sandwich with house-made peameal bacon at Brooklyn Street. “I’m partial to (it) because they opened around the same time Green Dot did,” he tells us. “They try hard to keep it fresh and keep it local. They make good-tasting and healthy food, which I like in a brunch.”