Hip and tucked away brunch haven
This cozy wine cubby is charming, to say the least, with gourmet grilled cheeses, flaky quiche, spiced tofu scramble, and their uber-popular pork belly hash. There’s also a huge list of wines to wash them down, as well as some specialty cocktails like the creamy horchata, or the Half Smoke with vodka, ginger beer, grapefruit, and house-made chili bitters.
Brunch hours: Sat-Sun 10am-3pm
Elevated Filipino cuisine in a converted row house
If you’re looking for something a bit different from your normal French toast and eggs benedict brunch offerings, Purple Patch should be your go-to, especially if you’ve never gotten to try Filipino cuisine before. Get started with a bacon infused bloody mary for $12 or make-your-own-mimosa pitcher for $25 with juice options like mango, ginger lemon, or pineapple. Soak up your hangover with Mama Alice’s Lumpia, a traditional Filipino dish of fried beef and pork spring rolls that they serve with a banana ketchup, and then finish it all off with a waffle topped with ube ice cream (the sweet purple yam after which the restaurant is named) and Filipino fried chicken.
Brunch Hours: Sat-Sun 11am-3pm