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Mimosa 9405 S 27th St, Franklin, WI (414) 574-5132 Open seven days a week from am- pm Mimosa serves up wide ranging breakfast menu with everything from Benedicts to egg dishes to pancakes. Bluemound Rd., Wauwatosa, (414) 774-9782Holidays only. Perfect for everyday eating, they have healthier options, too.
And of course, there are mimosas and bloody Mary's to help compliment your meal. It also serves fresh, organic juices and various types of coffee. North Ave., Wauwatosa, (414) 453-7225North Avenue provides the breakfast of champions in Wauwatosa, and it's definitely worth the venture.
On Easter, Mother's Day and Father's Day the brunch menu is considerably expanded. North Ave., Wauwatosa, (414) 443-1414Who says a delicious, hearty breakfast can't be classy and well-presented, too? until 2 p.m., their brunch is the perfect mix of breakfast and lunch, plating up heaping helpings of eggs and waffles, internationally inspired dishes and more.
The build-your-own Bloody Mary bar makes waking up worthwhile.
Company Brewing735 E Center St., (414) 930-0909 up brunch items such as the Company Benedict, a Brunch Burger of Pork Belly hash browns. to 4 p.m., Coquette Café serves up everything from Mediterranean Eggs Benedict, to a fennel sausage and roasted mushroom pizza.
A full array of brunch cocktails is also available for your Sunday Funday – which is the only day they offer brunch. The French approach to food makes this a deliciously impressive brunch experience. Bayshore Dr., Glendale, (414) 967-9790Conveniently located at Bayshore Town Center, Devon Seafood and Steak offers a brunch buffet on Sundays.Sunday's brunch menu features items like the smoked salmon bagel and Neptune omelette, which is stuffed with royal red shrimp, sea scallops, jumbo lump crab, scallions and dill.Golden Mast W349 N5293 Lacy's Ln., Okauchee, (262) 567-7047weissgerbergroup.com/goldenmastinn A bit of a drive from downtown, Golden Mast is known as one of the old school formal and full brunch purveyors.Breakfast burritos, almond French toast, a lox plate and pancakes are also served. 2nd St., (414) 223-0903Black Sheep is proving that it is so much more than just a wine bar with its weekend brunch. The menu includes beauties like the Nawlin' scrambler, barbecue shrimp and grits and blueberry cornmeal pancakes. Available on Sunday's, their brunch menu includes Skippy's steak and eggs, a southwest skillet, the cinnamon brick (a take on the morning bun) – you know, the classics. Starting at am the á la carte brunch menu serves up contemporary breakfast with items like the Fried Egg and Duck Prosciutto Sandwich. Kinnickinnic Ave., (414) 755-0378Cafe Centraal's brunch puts a fun spin on all the classics, including omelets, waffles, French toast and benedicts. to 3 p.m., check the menu for details because the menu is slightly different depending on the day. The brunch drink menu offers a "beermosa" (orange juice and Pabst Blue Ribbon) along with a variety of non-alcoholic beverages. The Wauwatosa location offers a slightly different menu, but with the same appealing East Side swagger. Howell Ave., (414) 294-5858Enjoy Lulu's delicious brunch on Sundays from 10 a.m. Choose from a limited variety of popular sandwiches or opt for a Half-Pound Heart Attack hamburger.The menu has multiple Milwaukee classics, like hot ham and rolls. Order one of the specialty scrambles or just basic eggs and toast. Comet's menu includes brunch classics as well as many vegetarian and vegan options.If we've forgotten your favorite brunch spot, please add it to the list with the talkback feature! 76th St., (414) 299-3180Blue's Egg is one of the few places in town where you'll find brunch (complete with breakfast cocktails) seven days a week. Cass St., (414) 277-1111Don't miss indulging in a leisurely brunch at this cozy spot just around the corner from Cathedral Square. Build-a-Breakfast/Build-a-Burger 630 W Wisconsin Ave (414) 270-1070 As the name hints, Build-a-Breakfast let's you build your own breakfast with options to create your own omelet or breakfast burrito.