Looking for somewhere special to kick back and celebrate with family and friends? Or perhaps just take it down a notch and make the most of your weekend? We've got your back with a list of brunches with spectacular views, incredible menus, and ambiance to make any day a day to remember. And every one pays attention to health safety, with varying options dine-in, patio dining, takeout, and delivery.
Tradition has classic, made-from-scratch, Southern comfort foods and cocktails in a modern and welcoming space next to Liberty Park. Their menu is chock-full of delicious items that change with the seasons—we highly recommend their chilaquiles, incredible seasonal hash (which is also vegetarian) or their maple, oatmeal breaded chicken and pancakes.
Oasis Cafe features two relaxing patios that are usually brimming with energy when the weather’s behaving. The restaurant offers brunch every day of the week, not just weekends, serving up a roster of classic dishes and a diverse sampling of beverages. Afterwards, stop by the Zen-like Golden Braid Bookstore, Oasis’ attached sister business.
Located on 20 elegant acres at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon, La Caille offers an unmatched experience and atmosphere. Stroll through the three-acre vineyard, enjoy a canyon breeze on the patio, host an unforgettable event – La Caille is your perfect place. Dinner served Wednesday - Saturday. Sunday brunch. Weddings and special events 365 days a year.
Squatters Downtown Pub
Squatters has been creating award-winning cuisine and beer since 1989. Featuring daily specials and traditional pub favorites such as bacon topped meatloaf and a delicious array of burgers, and of course award-winning craft beer, Squatters is Salt Lake's premier brew pub. The pub offer lunch, dinner, late night dining and weekend brunch.
Penny Ann's Cafe
Penny Ann’s is a slice of Americana, so old school you won’t find a single mention of brunch on their menu. What you will find is one of the city’s most solidly reliable breakfast joints that should be high on the list for anyone looking for first-rate comfort food and a great deal. Those in search of a carb-fix should look no further than the Heavenly Hotcakes: sour cream pancakes loaded with butter and syrup, or better yet The BIG Breakfast, which offers a full breakfast of eggs, bacon, ham, sausage, breakfast potatoes, AND those dreamy hotcakes, all for under ten bucks.
Hub & Spoke Diner
For reasonably priced modern casual fare with a fresh twist, head to Hub & Spoke Diner in Sugar House. It's restauranteur Scott Evans' fourth dining establishment (after Pago, Finca, and East Liberty Tap House), and it's situated at the great neighborhood corner of 1291 S 1100 E in Salt Lake City.