You know that time of year when you’re feeling all tired and stressed? Well, we’ve got your cure. Treat yourself with one (or all five) of these delicious black owned restaurants before the stress gets too much! From pancakes to waffles; mimosa’s galore- this list has something for everyone’s appetite at brunch prices too! 

The Block

3919 Woodward Ave.

The Block is the place to be for a weekend brunch!  With perfect reviews and tons of buzz, it’s no surprise that this black-owned business has been so popular in recent years! The food sounds amazing too – from their pear salad with lump crab cakes to chicken and waffles. 

Serving Brunch Saturday & Sunday.

The Dime Store

 719 Griswold St #180


Dime Store’s all-day menu is made up of unique and delicious, made-from-scratch brunch dishes and rotating seasonal specials sourced from the best regional and local producers, brands and farms. The Duck Bop Hash is a fan’s favorite.

Detroit Vegan Soul

19614 Grand River Ave.

We here, vegans love brunching too! Detroit Vegan Soul got you covered. Their Brightmoor location is open for brunch on the weekends. We must admit, Mushroom Oyster Po’boy with buffalo aioli sounds divine. 

Le Petit Dejeuner

6470 E Jefferson Ave.

Breakfast is the most important meal of day because it’s one time a family can all sit down and eat together. At Tina Motley’s new place, La Petit Dejeuner – which translates from French as “The Midday Break” or “Lunchtime Snack”-, you’re welcome to enjoy some french mint sweet tea alongside your crepes whether they be savory or sweet!

Central Kitchen + Bar

 660 Woodward Ave #4A

Central Kitchen and Bar is a place where you can get creative with American comfort food, as well as enjoy weekend brunch or happy hour drinks. The menu lists “jalapeño maple syrup”– three words that have us hooked!

Have more to add to the list? Let us know your favorite places to brunch! 

This list was curated by Arianna Smith. Who did we miss? Share your favorite brunch spot in the comments below.

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