15 Places to Brunch on Saturday

By Natalie Boesch
In Food

Sometimes we can’t wait until Sunday to brunch, so we put together a list of places that let us start early.

photo by Yoori Koo

photo by Yoori Koo

1/ Fleur de Lilies
Make sure you try their shrimp and grits. They’re so good, you might go back for brunch on Sunday, too.
1031 Lynch St., Soulard

2/ Gooseberries
Gooseberries offers a brunch buffet every Saturday for only $13. Everything is made from scratch in-house.
2754 Chippewa St., Dutchtown South

3/ Half & Half
This Clayton brunch spot gets packed, so make sure you go early.
8135 Maryland Ave., Clayton

4/ Brasserie
Try their rotating quiche and one of their speciality brunch cocktails.
4580 Laclede Ave., Central West End

5/ Rooster
Go for Saturday brunch at Rooster’s South Grand location. They have crepes, scrambles and a brunch burger.
3150 S Grand Blvd., Tower Grove South

6/ Wild Flower
The food is delicious, the eggs are local and they can make almost anything on the menu gluten free. Plus, they do sparkling wine and vodka bottle service. It is Saturday after all.
4590 Laclede Ave., Central West End

7/ Benton Park Cafe
Technically, Benton Park Cafe offers brunch every day, but on Saturdays the mimosas and bloody marys are only $4!
1900 Arsenal St., Benton Park

8/ Egg
On Saturdays and Sundays, Spare No Rib transforms into Egg to serve up breakfast tacos and pork belly eggs Benedict.
2200 Gravois, Benton Park

9/ The Scottish Arms
Start off your weekend with a build-your-own bloody mary and Scottish brunch fare.
8 S Sarah St., Central West End

10/ Pastaria
Go to Pastaria for an Italian-style brunch.
7734 Forsyth Blvd., Clayton

11/ Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria
Katie’s doesn’t just do pizza and pasta. Go in on a Saturday morning for pancakes, frittatas and bottomless blood orange bellinis.
9568 Manchester Rd., Rock Hill

12/ Death in the Afternoon
DITA boasts a unique brunch menu that includes Asian eggplant dip, cornmeal pancakes and, of course, ramen.
808 Chestnut St., Downtown

13/ Southwest Diner
Southwest gets packed on the weekends, but if you have to wait, know it’s worth it. The painted bus parked on the side of the building has free coffee and a bar inside so you can start brunching even before you get a table.
6803 Southwest Ave., Maplewood

14/ Three Flags Tavern
The brunch menu surprisingly mixes Spanish, French and American cuisine. Make sure you try the peameal bacon.
4940 Southwest Ave., Southwest Garden

15/ Layla
Choose from Mediterranean-style skillets, sweet plates and burgers and pair it with bottomless mimosas or bloodies.
4317 Manchester Ave., The Grove

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