The 10 Best Brunch Places in Idaho!
The best of both worlds: Brunch. Whether you’re waking up late from a night out with friends or you’re looking for a great sit-down meal with the family, Idaho’s many brunch options will surely satisfy. Find all of the pancakes, bacon, eggs, and freshly-sliced fruit at the 10 best brunch places in Idaho.
Abracadabra’s has made its name in Idaho Falls by serving excellent breakfast food. The food oozes good-old-fashioned comfort, with dishes like deep-fried bacon, nutty bacon cakes, and ribeye steak and eggs.
Since 2002, Red Feather Lounge has provided excellent American food to the people of Boise, Idaho. Brunch served from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, includes favorites like eggs benedict and breakfast burritos along with unique options like their braised kale, green eggs and ham, and shakshouka (crushed tomato, peppers, eggs, polenta, tortilla).
Moe Joe’s offers delicious breakfast items starting at 7 a.m. every day of the week. Their Doughnut and a Cup of Joe breakfast, a tall stack of buttermilk pancakes glazed with icing and topped with sliced candied almonds, is sure to satiate any sweet tooth. They’ve also got plenty of healthy options, sandwiches, and hashes.
According to the Olivers website, they are “not a fast food restaurant; we are a café reminiscent of a bygone era, where the quality of the food meant more to America than how fast it could be served.” Brunch options include signature dishes like the boneless Idaho trout, breakfast fowl, and breakfast club sandwich.
For the owner, Guppies Hot Rod Grille is the culmination of a 28-year-long dream. The Hot Rod themed-restaurant serves delicious breakfast and brunch options, including breakfast classics like the “fast back toast” (their French toast), Belgian-waffles, and much more.
Mr. V’s Family Restaurant lives up to its name by serving “freshly prepared food perhaps like your mother or grandmother used to make.” The expansive breakfast menu continues into brunch-time and has tons of griddle-based choices, omelets, and much more.
Bloom in Moscow, Idaho, is a café and arthouse serving up tons of scrumptious breakfast options. Choose one of their three egg omelets or scrambles, each served with house potatoes and toast and with the option to substitute tofu for the meat. They’ve got savory, they’ve got sweet, and they’ve got savory-sweet “nibbles,” which are smaller dishes like Grandma’s potato doughnut.
Rembrandt’s serves elegant, locally-sourced comfort food in downtown Eagle, Idaho. The brunch menu, available every day, includes items like the chorizo scramble, garden benedict, and daily pastries. The restaurant sits against a backdrop of a former church, adding a unique atmosphere to the place, too.
Jollymore’s in Lewiston, Idaho, serves brunch every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Consider the smoked salmon fleet bread as a starter digging in to an option from the grill, a classic, omelet, or benedict. We recommend the open-faced BLT with eggs or smoked mushroom flat iron for the main course.
Spuds sits on the waterfront in Sandpoint, Idaho, offering an idyllic way to begin the day. Choose from a sandwich, a scramble, or a plate with dishes like French toast, “Fully Monty” (three eggs, choice of bacon or sausage, tomatoes, avocado, and a drizzle of habanero-mayo) to start your day off right.