Dining Guide

Rise and Dine: Brunch Offerings Worth Savoring

If breakfast is the most important meal of the day, brunch is the most beloved

East Side Monthly Magazine ·

The Sunday brunch buffet at Chapel Grille includes all you can eat breakfast and lunch options, made-to-order pasta and omelette stations, a carving station and a sangria, mimosa and bloody mary bar. 3000 Chapel View Boulevard, Cranston. 401-944-4900, ChapelGrilleRI.com

Simone’s Restaurant serves locally-sourced brunch all weekend, including Wood Grilled Grapefruit with Rhode Island honey, and Chourico Hash with Mello’s chourico and poached eggs. 275 Child Street, Warren. 401-247-1200,
SimonesRI.com

In the chic Break Hotel, Chair 5 serves up Asian influenced New England cuisine, including their weekend brunch. Think Fried French Toast, stuffed with blueberry-lemon cream cheese and finished with lemon curd, or the Short Rib Hash with Korean style short ribs, potato, shishito peppers, kimchi, poached eggs and harissa. Their build your own bloody mary bar is always a hit. 1208 Ocean Road, Narragansett. 401-363-9820, DineChair5.com

Dante’s Kitchen serves up honest to goodness Southern grub for breakfast and lunch, including Fried Chicken and Waffles, and a Fried Green Tomato BLT. Don’t miss the Dante’s Inferno Bloody Mary, garnished with a cajun cocktail shrimp, smoked pecan bacon and olives. 315 Main Street, East Greenwich. 401-398-7798, DantesKitchenRI.com

The Sunday brunch buffet at Eleven Forty Nine Restaurant is legendary for a reason: carving stations, baked goods, salads, pasta and made-to-order omelettes and Benedicts are just a few of the delicious items available. 1149 Division Street, East Greenwich. 401-884-1149, ElevenFortyNine.com

Meeting Street Cafe, the venerable eatery off of Thayer Street on College Hill, offers gourmet breakfast all day and all night every single day - and is one of the only places in Providence offering breakfast delivery. 220 Meeting Street, Providence. 401-273-1066, MeetingStreetCafe.com

Red Stripe’s brunch offers gourmet takes on French-American brasserie classics, like their amazing Bread Pudding French Toast. 465 Angell Street, Providence and 455 Main Street, East Greenwich. RedStripeRestaurants.com

CAV Restaurant, a hidden culinary gem/antique gallery in Providence’s jewelry district, offers a casual brunch on both Saturday and Sunday. 14 Imperial Place, Providence. 401-751-9164, CAVRestaurant.com

For a true taste of Rhode Island’s culinary history, check out Jigger’s Diner in East Greenwich, which serves Johnny Cake Eggs Benedict among many other mouth-watering options. 145 Main Street, East Greenwich. 401-884-6060,
JiggersDiner.com

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