St. Paul’s food scene has been growing for awhile now, and perhaps there is no better way to illustrate this then a list with 9 of our favorite brunch spots in the city. Weather you’re looking for a fluffy pancake and sweet syrup, or a mimosa to kick of your Sunday right, you can’t go wrong with these St. Paul brunch staples.
1340 Grand Avenue, St Paul, Minnesota 55105 and 2315 Como Ave, St Paul, MN 55108
Made from scratch, the Colossal Cafe is a favorite of St. Paul residents. This past Best Neighborhood Cafe winner from Citypages is an affordable option that doesn’t sacrifice the quality of their food. Make sure you save room for their cinnamon rolls!
232 Cleveland Ave N, St Paul, MN 55104
For those who are sustainably conscious, Tillie’s uses the highest quality local and sustainable ingredients. Some of their signature brunch dishes are their malted waffles and lemon cornmeal pancakes.
771 Cleveland Ave S, St Paul, MN 55116
If you’re a Twin Cities resident and haven’t been to a Blue Plate Company restaurant yet, then you’re missing out. Not only does Highland Grill, one of the most popular Blue Plate options, have great food, but they play some great music inside as well!
613 Selby Ave, St Paul, MN 55102
If you’re looking for a little something different for your brunch, check out the New Louisiana Cafe. for 25 plus years, this cafe has been seeking to revolutionize the common conception of a local breakfast eatery.
128 Cleveland Ave N, St Paul, MN 55104
After rebranding in 2016 and making their menu more price friendly, Stewart’s has become a weekend hotspot in St. Paul.
928 7th St W, St Paul, MN 55102
Years in the making, the Keg and Case market has everything you need to fill your belly with delicious food. Located on the historic grounds of the iconic Schmidt Brewery, Keg and Case West 7th Market is a culinary and retail marketplace — a true community hub for the Twin Cities. This won’t be your typical brunch.
1100 Grand Ave, St Paul, MN 55105
It’s hard to find a brunch spot that does a tex mex better than the Uptowner. The Uptowner is a “good meal at a great value.”
371 Selby Ave, St Paul, MN 55102
Don’t worry, you won’t need any vodka to enjoy these Russian-styled brunch dishes. This award winning restaurant offer a unique and traditional Russian food and drink experience. If the weather is nice, enjoy their patio with your meal!
237 7th St E, St Paul, MN 55101
Don’t leave the buttered tin before you check out their freshly made pastries in their bakery! Keeping things simple, the Buttered Tin’s menu is full of American breakfast classics. It’s comforting, real farm food that’s simple, fresh, and local.