April is National Brunch Month
April is known for Easter, Spring Break, and the idea of fun in the sun. It makes sense that April is national Brunch Month. You know we love our brunches,from DC to Atlanta and Houston, brunch is a staple for the community. Now if you want to party, while you eat and drink, this may not be the list for you. If you’re looking for some creative and tasty meals, we do have some options for you. If you want to head out and get some great brunch, check out this list of black owned places for Brunch and don’t forget to visit the rest of our listings here for more.
This restaurant in Atlanta is a great place to grab your breakfast. Find yourself in their welcoming environment and order your classic Southern staples like shrimp and grits or chicken and waffles. The omelets also offer rave reviews.
BlaqHaus offers two locations, one in Marietta, Georgia and the other in North Hollywood, California. Either way you will get a weekend brunch experience on Saturday and Sunday with all of the hype, excitement and fun that the term “Brunch” has come to represent. From chicken and waffles to huevos rancheros, there is some variety on the menu to go along with your order of bottomless mimosas.
Eat is a daily breakfast and brunch restaurant in downtown Las Vegas created by Chef Natalie Young. The menu features local and fresh ingredients to provide the area with healthy meals to make you happy. If you want to get a real feel for Las Vegas, Eat, is the place to stop in for a meal.
Opened by two Senegalese sisters, Le French is a Denver, CO French style Bistro and patisserie that has one of the more varied menus of refined brunch fare. The food served here is French, but also features nods to their heritage. Soups, salad, poutine, escargot, waffles and so many more options await your brunch orders. Don’t forget the freshly made pastries and coffee as well.
This Alexandria, VA based restaurant is operated under the direction of Thompson Hospitality, the largest minority owned food service company in the country. Here you will find a great family style brunch every weekend, or you can get your own personal favorites a la carte.
Luella’s is an important member of the Chicago food scene. This Black Owned Restaurant is known for its breakfast and brunch menu which includes a new variety of French Toast every month. That’s not where it stops though because you can get Luella’s to cater your event or stop in for a filling soul food dinner.
If you are in Scottsdale, Arizona, one of those places where the Super Bowl happens to be held regularly, you can make it an occasion to stop into this hip location. Get your Brunch Vibe met from the food to the music thanks to the owner Dana Dumas and her staff.
Houston loves brunch so much that they might decide to bring it to you. That’s right, the Brunch Bus is a black owned food truck that is serving up hot and fresh chicken and waffles. Grab your waffle and biscuit sandwiches for Brunch fun on the go.
Louisiana has no shortage of great food and brunch is no exception. One restaurant that offers up creole hospitality and great food is Up and Adam. This restaurant is dedicated to making quality food and fresh cups of coffee.
The Court Cafe is a pancake lover’s dream in LA. But it doesn’t stop there for The Court Cafe, this restaurant has fluffy french toast and waffles in a variety of flavors. You will also have a variety of mixed drinks to wash it all down with in a fun and growing part of Inglewood.
This Philadelphia restaurant is doing brunch with an added flair. This isn’t your basic brunch menu. It is still Southern, but with personal touches from chef Darryl Harmon. Just one look at the menu and it’s features such as their Lobster Omelet and Maple Fudge French Toast show that they aren’t here to play around.