Celebrating the art of brunch in Buffalo

It's becoming everybody's favorite meal




Photo by Stephen Gabris

 

After years of relative obscurity—with a few buffet-type offerings lingering here and there—brunch has come roaring back at restaurants throughout Western New York. Why? Who knows? Who cares? We don’t need a reason to welcome back the opportunity to have cocktails and camaraderie before noon.  Let a thousand brunches bloom.

 

Here's just a morsel of all our coverage highlighted in this month's Spree:

 

 

 

 

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