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Best Brunches In The Twin Cities

November 7, 2010 12:12 AM

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Sandwiched right in there between breakfast and lunch — it feels like a luxury to go out to eat for brunch. You get to sleep in and eat typical morning food. Here are a list of Some of the best brunches in the Twin Cities. 

Kozy's

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Kozy’s

3220 Galleria
Edina, MN 55435
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Owners Bill and Dana Kozlak have an “all-you-can-eat” Sunday brunch served family style with second helpings and a made to order waffle and omelet bar. Complementary caramel rolls and mimosas. (They also own Jax cafe in NE Mpls.)

Hell's Kitchen

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Hell’s Kitchen

80 S. 9th Street
Minneapolis, MN
612-332-4700
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Great weekend brunch with super Bloody Marys. Chef/owners Steve Meyer and Mitch Omer make their own peanut butter, blackberry jam and orange marmalade to accompany their five variations of eggs benedicts and other breakfast favorites.

Nicollet Island Inn

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Nicollet Island Inn

95 Merrian St.
Minneapolis, MN
612-331-3035
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Owners Caryl and Larry Abdo offer an outstanding five-course Sunday brunch with complementary champagne and mimosas and house made pastries in a beautiful dining room.

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