Best Brunch Spots in the Lansing Area
Love brunch? Me too. You're probably like, "Yeah, I pegged you as a brunch person after your Bloody Mary post." Truth is, I love breakfast in general, any time of day. Here's some of the best brunch spots in the Lansing area.
Creole located in Old Town won Lansing's best brunch award back in the day. That's probably because it stands out from your normal brunch spot. Creole draws from its Southern roots. They have beignets, jalapeño bacon and my favorite biscuits and gravy. What's brunch without some alcohol? They have an extensive wine list and cocktails. Sunday Funday at its finest.
You don't just have to have brunch on Sundays. Why not brunch on Saturday at Soup Spoon Café on Michigan Ave? It's a locally-owned farm-to-table restaurant with cage free eggs, breakfast sammies, homemade soups and café sandwiches. Don't forget to check out their cocktail list and wine selection!
Flap Jack in East Lansing off of Grand River is the place to be! Obviously they have the best flap jacks; it's in the name! We're talking cinnamon swirl flap jacks, Reese's, buckwheat and a flap jack filled with sausage, bacon and eggs. Yes, they have more than flap jacks. They have skillets, scrambles, baked omelettes and so much more.
Last but not least, Dusty's Cellar in Okemos! If you're a fan of a bistro-style type restaurant, this is right up your alley. They have a breakfast burger, chocolate frosted waffles and a seafood Benedict, and we're talking all the seafood! It's scallops, shrimp, lobster, crab and fish in a lobster cream sauce. Do you have a napkin so I can wipe the drool off of my face?