In the largest city in Oklahoma, there is definitely no shortage of good food. Here’s our list of the 10 best places in Oklahoma City to grab brunch.
Restaurant, Fast Food, American, $$$
Serving breakfast from 7 to 10.30am everyday, Kitchen No. 324
is a master of bringing the freshest ingredients to its customers’ plates in the most appetizing manner. Sunday brunch here is definitely worthwhile: throngs of people swarm to the restaurant on the weekend to dive into some great dishes. There’s everything from croissants to oatmeal to poached eggs and a whole host of other great day starters.
Bistro, Restaurant, American, North American, Soul Food, $$$
With a history that dates as far back as the origination of Oklahoma City itself, Cheever’s
has maintained its good standing and reputation through all the years. This is thanks to its casual elegance and welcoming vibe that just keeps customers coming back time after time. Set within the walls of an charming, historic building, the café’s kitchen whips up delicious entrées on every day of the week, especially for breakfast.
Restaurant, Hotel Restaurant, American, Mediterranean, European, $$$
Located within one of the most stylish hotels in downtown Oklahoma city, this venue
is as attractive as the food it serves. Bright and early in the morning, guests can lounge around the cozy patio enjoying coffee, tea, mimosas and freshly squeezed juice. The breakfast selection consists of comfort foods with an elegant twist. Each one is crafted with the best ingredients and made warm to serve. The doors of the restaurant are open to anyone; hotel guests or not.
Café Do Brasil
Restaurant, Brazilian, $$$
For more than 10 years, Café Do Brasil
has been serving acclaimed South American food to Oklahoma City and its surrounding areas. Festive and elegant but with all the best comforts of a great restaurant, this place has built a great name for itself with the local crowd. Great quality food and good service can be found here, so dive into their wide assortment of dishes for a great start to the weekend.
Packard’s New American Kitchen
Restaurant, American, European, Soul Food, $$$
An Open Table winner of Diner’s Choice, Packard’s New American Kitchen takes home the prize for one of the freshest menus in all of OC. Here, the a la carte changes a few times a year based on what ingredients are in season. For brunch, guests can select from an exotic crab cake meal or sour dough pancakes, or any other of the creative staples going. Check out their on-line menu
for the list of sweet and savory entrées being touted at any given time.
The Wedge Pizzeria
Pizzaria, Italian, Mediterranean, $$$
This isn’t your typical Sunday brunch venue but it’s still a fine option. With the warm brick oven all fired up early in the morning, dive hands first into a “Hangover” or “Morning Glory” pizza at The Wedge Pizzeria
. Accompany that hefty meal with a two-dollar mimosa or a French press coffee and you’re away. Who says pizza can’t be brunch food?
La Baguette Bistro
Bakery, Bistro, French, American, Soul Food, $$$
It has been more than 33 years since La Baguette
crossed the seas from France to serve the citizens of the Oklahoma City area. La Baguette is primarily a bakery that produces warm, fresh goods daily for any time during the day but especially for breakfast. Sunday brunch includes a special menu that consists of items such as crépes, Belgian waffles, and much more. The entire experience is accompanied by the masterpieces of local artists on the walls.
Restaurant, Fusion, Moroccan, European, South American, $$$
Good food and good company can both be found here at Café 501
. This little venue has been known for its warmth and wonderful hospitality for more than 15 years. Dishes on the menu combine influences from countries like Morocco
, Germany, Austria, South America and more. The perfect combination of sophistication and the casual atmosphere is what is most attractive about the local joint.
Stella Modern Italian Cuisine
Restaurant, Italian, $$$
Why travel all the way to Italy to dine as the Italians do? Feast on the hearty, warm dishes served at Stella’s for brunch instead and you won’t be disappointed. The owner, Lori Tyler, came up with the idea of Stella
while traveling the European continent. She fell in love with the culture and brought it over to Oklahoma City for the locals to taste. Whether it’s stone-baked pizzas or classic Italian pasta, head here for something fresh and authentic courtesy of The Boot.
Restaurant, Cafe, South American, $$$
Travel down to Central America in one meal at Café Kacao,
where the Guatemalan cuisine strives to recreate a home-style atmosphere. This Latin American joint has become a local favorite over the years. The casual nature is welcoming to the hilt and the low prices make this the perfect spot to return to over and over again for a hearty brunch of something a little different.