5 Places for Sunday Brunch in Greensboro

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What’s better than a combination of great breakfast food and great lunch food? Sunday brunch is the perfect way to get your day going and great time to spend with the family/friends before you need to get back to work on Monday. Greensboro has many options for Sunday brunch, here are some of our favorites. These are the Five Places for Sunday Brunch in Greensboro.

5. Iron Hen

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Spend your Sunday at the Iron Hen, they have great food and you’ll be supporting the community as all their food is locally produced. Don’t shy away from the peanut butter banana french toast, it tastes even better than it sounds.

4. M’Couls Public House

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You can spike up your Sunday afternoon with a trip to M’Couls and helping yourself to a serving of their paddycakes, which are just like regular pancakes, but you have the option of delightful seasonal drunken berries.

 

3. Print Works Bistro

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Print Works Bistro has a bit of a fine dining take on their brunch menu. Although their great comfort food gets you through the door, the wonderful service will have you coming back again and again.

 

2. Green Valley Grill

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A brunch date here features over 50 different types of wine, and of course great cuisine. The brunch menu has something for everyone to enjoy, from the Mediterranean Tapas which is great for sharing to house specials like the GVG eggs benedict.

1. Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen

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Not many people do Southern cuisine as well as Lucky 32. Their menu has some of the best southern fixins’ you can ask for. If it’s not the sweet potato hushpuppies or their twice baked creamy grits, there are plenty of other great menu items that will keep you coming back.

 

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