Beat the Sunday Scaries by sipping mimosas or dive into some delicious bites. No matter the mood—hungover, or celebrating a birthday, we found a spot that is perfect for you. From brunch all day, every day to Sunday specials, consider this your official guide to brunchin’ in Hartford!
The Place 2 Be—where brunchin’ simply never ends. The restaurant is open from 7:00 am–5:00 pm daily. This is the perfect spot to bring your friends and “go bottomless.” The Place 2 Be offers a unique dining experience while capturing Insta-worthy pics. At The Place 2 Be, you will find bottomless tubs of mimosas and an array of delicious foods perfect to beat a hangover, have a day out with the gals, or a Sunday Funday!
This family-run restaurant in Hartford is sure to capture your heart! The Mancini family has owned and operated Red Rock Tavern (formerly Kenney’s) since 1933. You can get your brunch on every Saturday and Sunday. On the hunt for mimosas? Saturday is the perfect time to visit. Sunday is the day Red Rock Tavern goes bottomless and has a live DJ spinning during brunch (and sometimes, into the night)! Red Rock Tavern has arguably the most creative pancakes in the city that will have you and your friends wanting to go back for more!
Sunday brunch is done right at Republic at The Linden. From 11:00am–3:00pm, enjoy a tasty brunch and signature drinks. Republic is the king of hand-crafted brunch cocktails, and the ambiance is one-of-a-kind! This vintage-chic restaurant offers a unique experience and will have your taste buds going wild.
Every Saturday and Sunday, Tisane offers a delicious brunch from 10:00am–3:00pm. So put a Euro-Asain spin on brunch this upcoming weekend, and check them out—you will not be disappointed.
Black-Eyed Sally’s offers a special brunch menu! Southern charm on a Sunday with great company and mimosas? This spot is a no-brainer when you head out in the city for a Sunday brunch. Who doesn’t like the sound of comfort food after a long weekend? So join Black-Eyed Sally’s for brunch next time you’re out and about Downtown Hartford.