Best Brunch in Every U.S. State
Brunch isn’t just a meal — for many, it’s practically a lifestyle. Unlike its siblings, breakfast and lunch, brunch conjures images of a leisurely weekend meal shared with friends, of indulging in dishes typically not on your daily diet plan, of lingering over a mimosa or Bloody Mary because there’s nowhere else you need to be.
But brunch isn’t a one-dish-fits-all meal. As these restaurants show, while there are certainly some staples, popular brunch dishes can vary wildly, taking influence from the season, the local produce, international cuisine, or the chef’s own imagination.
The following restaurants are the best for brunch in all 50 states, plus Washington, D.C., according to Yelp reviews. All have at least four stars on Yelp based on hundreds of reviews, and many have won numerous other awards as well.
Alabama: Five Bar in Birmingham
Set in an unassuming building, Five Bar ups the excitement for Sunday brunch with a lively jazz band and a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar. Standout dishes include airy beignets with a caramel apple reduction and — for heartier appetites — a breakfast cheeseburger with bacon and a fried egg.
Sample Yelp review: “The brunch is outstanding as many have noted, and who wouldn't agree when they see the array of options on the Bloody Mary bar?”
Alaska: Snow City Cafe in Anchorage
Come early or expect a long wait (don’t worry, there’s coffee for those in the queue) at this perennial favorite that’s been serving Anchorage for 20 years.
For a true taste of the state, opt for Eggs Benedict with king crab cakes or smoked salmon cakes, or go for the Tundra Scramble with (yes) reindeer sausage, green pepper, mushroom, red onion and cheddar.
Sample Yelp review: “This is my #1 favorite breakfast/brunch spot in all of Alaska. It's tough to beat.”
Arkansas: The Root Cafe in Little Rock
Fresh and local is the name of the game at The Root Cafe, and though there’s an emphasis on seasonal veggies, meat eaters won’t go hungry. Choose from classic dishes like omelettes or buttermilk pancakes or try one of their more eclectic options, like eggs bahn mi served on toasted baguette with housemade garlic mayo, pickled carrot and daikon radish, fresh jalapeno and cilantro, hoisin and Sriracha.
Sample Yelp review: “Oh, y'all, I LOVED my experience here. They are one of those establishments that is clearly dedicated to supporting local farmers and helping the environment. It is a fun and hip environment. You drink your coffee from older coffee mugs. They use cloth napkins instead of paper, and the tables look up cycled. The food was DELICIOUS.”
Arizona: Prep & Pastry in Tucson
Prep & Pastry serves up brunch dishes that run the gamut from simple (eggs, potatoes and toast) to complex (cast iron duck confit), with a whole range in between.
For a morning kick, try the green chile French toast on green chile bread with jalapeno relish, lime crema and sunny-side-up eggs, washed down with the mimosa of the day. Bottom’s up!
Sample Yelp review: “This place is a Instagram addict's dream!!”
California: Zazie in San Francisco
A San Francisco institution since 1992, Zazie serves creative French-influenced cuisine. Brunch is available seven days a week and includes standout dishes like the La Mer Benedict with avocado and hand-picked California Dungeness crab, and classic French dishes like Ahi Tuna Salade Niçoise.
Sample Yelp review: “The best I can suggest trying is their special pancakes since they are fluffy with a yum lemon custard and they make you feel in heaven, not just food heaven like HEAVEN HEAVEN.”
Colorado: Snooze in Denver
Snooze started in Denver and has grown to include locations throughout the West — and its popularity is no surprise to anyone who has dined on its delicious and creative dishes, like the pineapple upside down pancakes with caramelized pineapple chunks, housemade vanilla crème anglaise and cinnamon butter.
Can’t decide which of their takes on eggs Benedict to try? Get a “benny duo” with two options, and don’t miss out on one of their unique brunch libations like the Bacon and Eggs, made with bacon-infused bourbon, house sour, egg white and bacon.
Sample Yelp review: “The combination of stars earned and reviews submitted make this restaurant not only probably one of the best in Denver, but arguably competitive for the top breakfast spot in all of North America.”
Connecticut: Rooster Company in Newington
With a name like Rooster Company, it’s no surprise that this farm-to-table restaurant specializes in rotisserie-style chicken — or that their chicken and waffles is one of the most popular items on the menu. Fancy the other white meat? Try the pork belly Benedict.
For a classic cider-and-donuts pairing with a twist, sip on an apple cider mimosa with champagne, cider and a cinnamon sugar rim as you simultaneously feast on a glazed donut slider with griddled breakfast sausage, pickled red onion, apple and miso mayo.
Sample Yelp review: “Oh my gosh, I'm still dreaming about the chicken and waffles I had here for brunch 2 weeks ago.”
Delaware: Angelo’s Luncheonette in Wilmington
Unfussy and small (there are just a couple of booths and 12 counter seats), this charming diner is chockablock with historic charm in the form of antique signs, an early 20th-century cash register and an old soda fountain.
The menu is no-frills — no haute cuisine here — just good, simple fare like omelettes, scrambled eggs, home fries, pancakes, and French toast.
Sample Yelp review: “If you don't try this place out you are missing Americana at its finest!”
Florida: Yardbird Southern Table & Bar in Miami Beach
Yardbird is all about delicious, down-home Southern food with a modern twist. Look for classics like biscuits and gravy alongside more creative takes like the chicken ‘n’ watermelon ‘n’ waffles, which puts a new spin on the Southern favorite by adding honey hot sauce, chilled spiced watermelon, a Vermont sharp cheddar cheese waffle and bourbon maple syrup.
Sample Yelp review: “We waddled out of Yardbird so unbelievably blown away by such a delicious meal - and counting down until we could return back.”
Georgia: Atlanta Breakfast Club
This retro-chic diner decked out with red tables and shiny red and white vinyl chairs has all your favorite Southern favorites — and then some. Standards like shrimp and grits are anything but standard, while new takes on classics (like a Southern Benedict with turkey gravy on biscuits) keep crowds coming back.
Sample Yelp review: “Ate at this place three days in a row while visiting Atlanta.”
Hawaii: Koko Head Cafe in Honolulu
A longtime favorite of Oahu’s surfers (it’s located just off the beach), Koko Head Cafe is no secret, but one taste of celeb chef Lee Anne Wong’s Asian-influenced dishes and you’ll understand why the wait is worth it.
Go sweet with dishes like cornflake French toast with black pepper-maple syrup or try a savory dish like the Koko Moco, a beef patty served on garlic rice, with mushroom gravy, a sunny-side up egg and tempura kimchi.
Sample Yelp review: “This place is really really excellent for brunch! It's not your run of the mill bacon and eggs that people pay outrageous prices for; this place is unique, it's Asian fusion done very well.”
Iowa: Pullman Bar & Diner in Iowa City
This swanky diner shaped like a Pullman train car (long and narrow, with a counter down one side) offers an extensive selection of all your brunch faves — eggs Benedicts, corned beef hash, croque madame, chicken and biscuits — plus lunch options like salads, burgers and sandwiches.
Sample Yelp review: “Oh, Pullman. Thank you.”
Idaho: Goldy’s Breakfast Bistro in Boise
Goldy’s has been serving up classic breakfast and brunch dishes in a historic building adjacent to city hall for more than 20 years. Line up with the locals for filling favorites like corned beef hash and the tried-and-true “eggs any style” served with your choice of meat and toast.
Sample Yelp review: “Should you come here? Yes, imminently logical.”
Illinois: Au Cheval in Chicago
Home of 2015’s best burger in America (as declared by Bon Appetit), Au Cheval is one of Chicago’s most popular restaurants any time of day.
Brunch dishes range from simple and elegant (like an omelet with roasted peppers and fresh chevre) to downright decadent (foie gras and scrambled eggs). Don’t worry, the famous burger makes an appearance, too, as do creative cocktails like the Antica Flip with antica, rittenhouse rye and a farm egg.
Sample Yelp review: “BEST BURGER OF MY LIFE. THE HYPE IS REAL.”
Indiana: Milktooth in Indianapolis
Contemporary and cosmopolitan, Milktooth brings a creative spin to brunch classics. Alongside an eclectic collection of dishes like fish poke and potato-and-celeriac latkes, look for sweet treats like Dutch baby pancakes and sourdough brioche pecan sticky buns.
Don’t miss one of the restaurant’s equally unique speciality coffees, like the Caffe Rozata with espresso, orgeat, burnt cinnamon and steamed milk.
Sample Yelp review: “Their menu is filled with options that you'll read and then go, ‘wait wtf those ingredients didn't go together last I checked’, but then you order it and it's so amazingly good and you're left questioning your own existence.”
Kansas: Doo-Dah Diner in Wichita
Serving breakfast all week and a brunch buffet on Sunday, the Doo-Dah Diner (Doo-Dah is, inexplicably, a nickname for Wichita) is focused on scratch-made dishes like a fried bologna and egg sandwich or banana bread French toast, each evoking the history of the region and the people who settled it.
The best part: Every meal starts with a plate of warm monkey bread bites.
Sample Yelp review: “I am not a sweet breakfast person, but the banana bread French toast was literally transcendent.”
Kentucky: Harvest Restaurant in Louisville
One look at Harvest Restaurant’s farmhouse-chic decor and it’s not hard to guess the theme: locally sourced, farm-to-table food. In fact, 80 percent of the restaurant’s ingredients come from within 100 miles.
Fresh fruit and veggies feature prominently in dishes like the brioche French toast topped with strawberry-rhubarb compote or the inventively named Grits-N-Goo, featuring burgoo (a traditional Kentucky stew) with white grits and a chive biscuit.
Sample Yelp review: “I love that they have brief bios of all the local farmers they use, with a map of where each farm is located.”
Louisiana: Commander’s Palace in New Orleans
A New Orleans institution since 1893 and the winner of six James Beard Foundation Awards, Commander's Palace is as classic as it gets in the Big Easy. The menu pulls from the city’s French and Creole past with refined, some might say slightly old-school dishes (when was the last time you saw turtle soup on a menu?).
For a taste of the rich cuisine of New Orleans, try the Cochon De Lait eggs Benedict with 16-hour barbecue pork shoulder served over buttermilk biscuits with tasso hollandaise. As if that weren’t enough, for dessert there’s Creole Bread Pudding Soufflé served with warm whiskey sauce.
Dishes come served with — but of course — smooth New Orleans jazz.
Sample Yelp review: “The live jazz brunch is now quite possibly one of my favorite things that I can ever tell stories of to all my friends now.”
Massachusetts: Milkweed in Boston
Four words: Holly’s grilled love muffin. At Milkweed, that means the sweet combo of banana and chocolate toasted to melty perfection. Not into sweet for breakfast? Go for the shakshuka, a heaping bowl of chunky tomato sauce and homemade meatballs, mixed with pickled peppers, feta cheese and two eggs.
Sample Yelp review: “If you're within 50 miles of Milkweed, go, now.”
Maryland: Cava Mezze in Baltimore
Decked out in edison bulbs and concrete floors, Cava Mezze is sophisticated and cool, and the ideal choice for someone who doesn’t want to choose. For $35, take your pic from dozens of items on the all-you-can-eat buffet.
For those less averse to commitment, a la carte options range from the Spicy Lamb Benedict to a Nutella waffle with walnut, bananas, and cream.
Sample Yelp review: “The brunch was my personal favorite because they had a variety of dishes in small portions so it's like your brunch dream come true!”
Maine: Bayside American Cafe in Portland
Family owned since 2003, Bayside American Cafe isn’t just quintessential America, it’s quintessential Maine. As such, seafood features heavily on the menu in dishes like the lobster frittata and New England crab cakes.
Sample Yelp review: “The BEST breakfast I have had in a very long time, maybe ever.”
Michigan: Dime Store in Detroit
Set in the heart of downtown Detroit, Dime Store turns out consistently creative brunch dishes like the popular duck bop hash sauteed with spinach, onions, bulgogi, pickled veggies and Sriracha drizzle.
Much of the bread, cheese, coffee, beer, produce and meat are sourced from Michigan purveyors.
Sample Yelp review: “What an absolutely fantastic place to grab brunch. That coming from a guy who hates it when people use the words ‘absolutely’ and ‘fantastic.’”
Minnesota: The Kenwood in Minneapolis
The menu changes often at this European-inspired restaurant with a focus on local ingredients, but one staple is a beloved take on huevos rancheros with braised pork, potatoes, fried egg and harissa. Craving a bite of something sweet? You can add a single pancake with black walnut butter for just a few bucks.
Sample Yelp review: “Every weekend I feel like I struggle to name a great brunch place that will appease all palates. Today was my second time at the Kenwood for brunch and I think it's just that place.”
Missouri: Egg in Saint Louis
With a full and eclectic Southwest-inspired menu that includes breakfast sopes, breakfast tacos, and cornbread and gravy, there’s no shortage of options at Egg. Yet one of the most popular dishes remains the smoked pork belly Benedict served on warm, moist cornbread flecked with pieces of blue corn.
Sample Yelp review: “Okay. This was actually one of the best brunches of my life.”
Mississippi: Table 100 in Flowood
Bring a hearty appetite to Table 100’s jazz brunch, which features live music and hearty portions of Southern classics like shrimp and grits, blue crab claws, buttermilk fried chicken, and slow roasted prime rib served with pan jus and horseradish cream.
The restaurant is located just outside of Jackson, Mississippi’s largest city and capital.
Sample Yelp review: “This CA foodie/snob absolutely loved the food and service here.”
Montana: The Sassy Biscuit in Billings
The Sassy Biscuit is, as its name implies, all about the biscuit. Pillowy soft biscuits come in several varieties, including waffled pressed biscuits (try The Sassy, with cinnamon vanilla biscuits served with buttermilk sweet gravy), biscuit French toast (The Sojourner is topped with strawberries and chantilly cream) and spooned cakes (go savory with The Southerner, a dropped biscuit topped with white gravy and sage sausage).
Sample Yelp review: “You must try... no review could do it justice.”
North Carolina: Sunny Point Café in Asheville
Known for long waits and hefty portions, the Sunny Point Café is family owned and community minded; each month the restaurant raises funds for a different local charity.
Four-egg omelets come with a side and bread; try The Southern for pimento cheese, bacon or the meat alternative hempeh, and fresh tomatoes. Another favorite is the gut-busting stuffed French toast with sausage, cream cheese and cheddar sandwiched between grilled bread, and topped with fresh fruit and maple syrup.
Sample Yelp review: “Oh my gracious get the maple bacon as a side. Get it in your life.”
North Dakota: The Shack on Broadway in Fargo
You don’t go to a place called the “shack” and expect fussy, pretentious food. True to its name, The Shack on Broadway offers all of the classics, with no frills. There are eggs, served any way you like them, plus buttermilk pancakes made — as all pancakes should be — from the family’s own secret recipe.
Sample Yelp review: “Coming from a major U.S. city to this small place in rural Fargo, the value and service I received blew me away like a prairie wind scattering the chaff.”
Nebraska: Kitchen Table in Omaha
Originally from Omaha, the owners of Kitchen Table lived in San Francisco for five years, where they honed their craft and gathered ideas to bring back for their dream restaurant. The west coast influence shows in a menu that’s small but mighty.
Simple dishes — like buttermilk pancakes with juneberry syrup or a wagyu beef brunch burger with a fried egg — let the ingredients shine.
Sample Yelp review: “If in the area and debating brunch - this is what you want.”
New Hampshire: Republic Cafe in Manchester
The first restaurant to receive “certified Local” status from the New Hampshire Farm to Restaurant connection, Republic Cafe focuses on sourcing fresh ingredients from local providers. The brunch menu is small, with options for paninis, omelets, yogurt and granola; the fan favorite is the egg souffle with pesto and tomato.
Sample Yelp review: “Sorry - Everything was such a tasty blur that I cannot highlight a single dish.”
New Jersey: Tops Diner in East Newark
Consistently recognized as one of the best diners in America, Tops is a classic diner with an extensive menu. Choose from nearly a dozen varieties of omelets and Benedicts, and almost as many variations of waffles and pancakes. The latter, like the Granny Smith pancakes with raisins and warm apple compote, are made with the diner’s own pancake batter, crafted fresh every day.
Sample Yelp review: “Does this place really need another review?! I don't think so! Stop ya reading and head on over there! EAT AT TOPS!”
New Mexico: The Grove Cafe & Market in Albuquerque
The Grove is all about fresh and local, sourcing its ingredients from growers and producers in Albuquerque and throughout New Mexico and the Southwest. Brunch dishes like an egg white omelette or smoked salmon with creme fraiche on an English muffin are served all day, with sandwiches and salads available after 11 a.m. as well.
Sample Yelp review: “Y'all need to get an Instagram so I can drool over the pictures until I return!”
Nevada: Mon Ami Gabi in Las Vegas
Las Vegas has always been known for transporting its visitors to far-flung places, and Mon Ami Gabi, set in the Paris Las Vegas Hotel, is no exception. From the food to the decor, everything is designed to transport you to France — until you glimpse the restaurant’s spectacular view of the Bellagio fountains.
The menu is a French as it gets, with Eggs Benedict and French toast on offer alongside crepes and quiche Lorraine.
Sample Yelp review: “Every Vegas visit we have includes brunch at Mon Ami Gabi.”
New York: Jane in New York City
Since 2001, Manhattan's Jane has dished up classic brunch fare to hungry New Yorkers. Sophisticated yet playful starters like tuna tartare tacos set the scene for entrees like a wild mushroom omelet and the signature Jane Benedict with a crab cake, sautéed spinach and tarragon hollandaise. The French toast is also routinely raved about.
Sample Yelp review: “I ordered the French toast and omg it was the most delicious French toast I've ever had!!”
Ohio: Maplewood Kitchen and Bar in Cincinnati
At Maplewood, brunch can be both indulgent and healthy. Treat yourself with Maplewood toast with avocado, pistachios and local honey, or lemon ricotta pancakes with berry compote. Then detox with a mimosa topped with a mix of spinach, pineapple, romaine, kale, parsley and celery cold-pressed juice.
Sample Yelp review: “For those on vacation, this needs to be on your itinerary, and for those who want to try and haven't yet, I say ‘do it’! #treatyoself”
Oklahoma: Neighborhood JAM in Oklahoma City
From the funky decor to the colorful menu, all signs point to Neighborhood JAM not taking itself too seriously. This casual eatery offers up dishes for every taste, from corned beef hash to acai bowls topped with fruit and granola. Pancakes like the Looney Cakes — carrot cake pancakes topped with candied pecans, cream cheese frosting, and a lemon cream swirl — bring some fun to brunch. Eggs Benedict goes south of the border with the El Jefe: corn tortillas layered with green chile pulled pork, poached eggs and green chile hollandaise.
Sample Yelp review: “My wife had the Huevos Rancheros and I also wanted to eat her food.”
Oregon: Screen Door in Portland
Perennially popular Screen Door serves brunch all weekend, with a menu that meanders all over the south, from New Orleans to Texas. Locals and visitors line up for rich dishes like the fried oyster po-boy sandwich or the praline bacon waffle, served with a strip of the restaurant’s signature sticky sweet and salty praline bacon.
Sample Yelp review: “Major props for the praline bacon (that's just a ridiculously decadent pairing that my arteries didn't need but oh so wanted).”
Pennsylvania: Café La Maude in Philadelphia
With the decor and vibes of a Parisian café, Café La Maude isn’t quite what you might expect. The owners spent their childhood in Lebanon, and the flavors are inspired by their mother’s home-cooked meals.
For example, the potatoes are seasoned with Zaatar and sumac, and the Benedict subs in spicy sujuk (Lebanese sausage) for ham.
Sample Yelp review: “Honestly the best brunch I've ever had, mostly because it was unlike anything else I have ever had!”
Rhode Island: Nick’s on Broadway in Providence
With a focus on seasonal, locally sourced veggies, meats, seafood and hand-picked, all-natural eggs, Nick's on Broadway draws rave reviews, and often long waits. The buttermilk pancakes and brioche French toast are served with Vermont maple syrup, while the pulled pork Benedict comes with Vermont cheddar, a buttermilk biscuit and lemon-herb hollandaise.
Sample Yelp review: “My FAVORITE breakfast spot in Rhode Island (maybe ever?)! Every time I try a new breakfast spot, I compare it to Nick's.”
South Carolina: Halls Chophouse in Charleston
Consistently recognized as one of Charleston’s best restaurants, Halls Chophouse offers a Gospel Brunch each Sunday with live music and a la carte offerings of classic dishes like steak and eggs, shrimp and grits, oysters rockefeller and eggs Benedict. Expect a heaping dose of Southern decadence in creations like sweet baked potato pancakes topped with sliced bananas, candied pecans and brown sugar maple butter.
Sample Yelp review: “If I could give it 10/5 I would.”
South Dakota: Ode to Food and Drinks in Sioux Falls
Chef Bob Allen graduated from the California Culinary Academy and continues to look to the simple pleasures of Napa Valley for inspiration. Standout menu items at this local favorite include the cinnamon French toast with maple-glazed apples and the smoked salmon breakfast pizza.
On Saturdays, there’s a build-your own Bloody Mary bar stocked with nearly 40 ingredients.
Sample Yelp review: “The Bloody Mary Bar on Saturdays is the ultimate way to treat yourself on the weekend. You get so many options for a such great price! You won't regret it! (unless you have too many, lol!)”
Tennessee: The Stillery in Nashville
Comfort food and creative cocktails are the hallmarks of Nashville’s The Stillery. Start with some fried-to-order beignets or pull-apart monkey bread, then dive into a smoked salmon Benedict or Nashville’s famous hot chicken served with waffles or biscuits and gravy.
Sample Yelp review: “Hands down a 5!!!! I would give them a 10.”
Texas: The Breakfast Klub in Houston
Opened in 2001, The Breakfast Klub serves up welcoming vibes and heaping plates of all the usual breakfast dishes. Signature items include two unique spins on Southern classics: catfish and grits, and chicken wings and waffles.
Sample Yelp review: “This place is poppin' when it comes to chicken and waffles! There's honestly a reason why people opt to wait in the hot and humid Houston heat.”
Utah: The Park Café in Salt Lake City
Serving up breakfast since 1984, The Park Café is famous for its decadent French toast and its pancake sandwich — four slices of bacon and two eggs stuffed between two fluffy pancakes.
Healthy no? No. Worth it? Definitely.
Sample Yelp review: “This breakfast place is life served on a plate. So delicious!”
Virginia: Lunch and Supper in Richmond
Don’t let the name fool you; Lunch and Supper also serves brunch, with an extensive menu of omelets, Benedicts and hearty breakfast bowls filled with eggs, meat and veggies. Save your calories for the Train Wreck: a buttermilk biscuit topped with sausage, scrambled eggs and American cheese, then covered in gravy.
Sample Yelp review: “The best chicken and waffles I have ever had! I had the gravy on the side and it was great. The food was so good I don't even have to add salt or pepper.”
Vermont: Penny Cluse Cafe in Burlington
Penny Cluse Cafe has been keeping locals full of biscuits and gravy and breakfast burritos for 20 years. With creative tweaks on old classics — like gingerbread pancakes and sourdough French toast — it offers big plates at reasonable prices.
Make sure to save room for the banana bread with maple-walnut cream cheese.
Sample Yelp review: “I recently went on a month-long, cross-country road trip from Seattle to Vermont. It was long, wonderful and full of breakfast stops. And of all the places we went, the Penny Cluse in Burlington was far and away the BEST.”
Washington: Tilikum Place Cafe in Seattle
The always-packed Tilikum Place Cafe makes it easy to start your day the healthy way, with fresh veggies featured prominently in most dishes. Take, for example, the baked eggs with red pepper, eggplant, onion, zucchini and roast garlic-tomato cream.
Feeling a little more indulgent? Go for the baked beans on grilled toast with some local Beecher's cheddar cheese, or an airy Dutch baby pancake with lemon, ricotta and blueberries.
Sample Yelp review: “Get. The. Dutch Babies.”
Wisconsin: Blue’s Egg in Milwaukee
Blue's Egg serves brunch every day, so you don’t have to wait until Sunday for dishes like beef cheek Benedict, lemon cheesecake French toast or roasted mushroom strata.
The cocktails are as creative as the food; for a refreshing twist on a negroni, try the Morning-groni with gin, campari, sweet vermouth and freshly squeezed grapefruit juice.
Sample Yelp review: “This is by far one of the best breakfast spots I've ever been to.”
Washington, D.C.: Le Diplomate
The ultra-swank, Parisian-inspired Le Diplomate is a place to see and be seen in D.C., but there’s plenty of substance with its scene. It’s a place to drop big bucks — whether on the grand plateau of seafood or the Lobster Omelette — or indulge in quintessentially French dishes like foie gras or the perfect slice of quiche.
Sample Yelp review: “This place is a D.C. institution for a reason.”
West Virginia: Black Sheep Burrito and Brews in Charleston
Brunch at a brewery? At Black Sheep Burrito and Brews, the answer is a resounding yes. Go for a breakfast quesadilla, or try one of the specialty biscuits, like the French Toasted Sausage Biscuit soaked with whiskey cream, fried, and served with sausage, eggs, candied pecans and orange syrup.
Sample Yelp review: “We seriously didn't leave a single crumb on either plate.”
Wyoming: Persephone Bakery in Jackson
Persephone Bakery bakes all of its bread and pastries fresh every day, so while you could go with an herbed omelet or an avocado bowl with smoked salmon, you’d be missing out on some of the best baked goods in Jackson. Your best bet? The croissant bread pudding French toast topped with bourbon-barrel-aged maple syrup.
Sample Yelp review: “The french toast was thicccc and came with berries. It was perfect and I am literally salivating as I write this.”