Guide to the Best Places for Brunch

Nothing caps off a weekend quite like a yummy brunch. Whether you are craving something sweet, something savory, or want a little bit of everything – the below restaurants will help you kill that craving, and provide a perfect finish to a great weekend.

Evil Czech Brewery

Evil Czech Brewery Hangover Lunch
Evil Czech Brewery Hangover Brunch

Evil Czech’s Hangover Brunch will help you get over the results of your Saturday night! Taking place every Sunday, this brunch buffet offers small plates of all the restaurant’s normal menu items, plus a few breakfast dishes to help round out the experience. Enjoy one of their delicious brews or ask about a specialty cocktail, and you will be cured in no time.

Fiddler’s Hearth

Fiddler’s Hearth is an authentic Celtic public house offers a hearty Sunday brunch buffet sure to make the homeland proud! Patrons will be greeted by the downtown eatery’s cozy atmosphere and crackling fire place as live music fills the air, with locals and visitors alike enjoying the ambiance from every corner of the dining room.

Granite City Food and Brewery

The Granite City Food and Brewery Sunday brunch is known for its prime rib and extensive buffet. Top off the experience with a mimosa, bloody mary or one of the restaurant’s in-house brews, and you will be walking away happy!

Tippecanoe Place Restaurant

Tippecanoe Place Restaurant can be found inside the former Studebaker family mansion, and offers an impressive Sunday brunch spread. It is the perfect setting for an upscale meal or special occasion, and offers plenty of space for those looking to bring a group along.

Uptown Kitchen

Uptown Kitchen offers Granger’s favorite brunch. Stop in for their special weekend brunch to experience their fresh flare and delicious cocktails. They also boast a wide selection of vegetarian and vegan dishes.

South Bend Brew Werks

This locally-owned brewpub offers one delicious Sunday brunch! The menu at South Bend Brew Werks features farm-to-fork cuisine with beer in mind, and is always changing to showcase the best locally-sources products around.

O’Rourke’s Public House

This student-loved spot, located on the edge of the Notre Dame campus, recently introduced a brunch menu that is true to the restaurant’s Irish-themed location and fare. Scotch eggs, corned beef hash and bread pudding are just a few of the traditional dishes found among the brunch offerings.