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Here are five brunch locations to try in Cleveland

Angela Kervorkian-Wattle

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Cleveland, OH — In the mood for some brunch? Cleveland has it all—they serve everything from the regular to one with booze. So if you're looking for a waffle with bacon, sausage, and a mimosa, here are some of the best places to fill your craving for some good brunch:

  • Yours Truly Restaurant

Downtown's Yours Truly keeps it fresh with handcrafted Nitro cold brew and keeps 'em coming with the legendary Notso Fries after 40 years of feeding its devoted customers' bellies with "Breakfast All Day." Since 1981, it's been a Cleveland classic, and it's the perfect place for a delicious breakfast, a business or catered lunch meeting, or a family supper.

  • Le Petit Triangle Café

This lovely neighborhood hangout has the look and the feel of a classic Parisian café. Le Petit Triangle Café is a terrific place to meet a colleague for lunch, a few friends for a glass of wine after work, or just to start your morning with coffee and a fresh croissant. Some other well-known nibbles are the Blood Orange Marmalade French Toast, Ratatouille Crepe, and Escargot.

  • Sabor Miami Café

Located in Broadview Road, This vibrant café offers tropical delicacies. The tasty empanadas and Cubanos never disappoint to fill your belly, but the Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes is the fan-favorite.

  • Zanzibar

With delicacies such as Fried Yardbird & Red Velvet Waffles and Quiche Louisiana. Zanzibar is a casual, full-service restaurant that packs a tasty Southern punch that's a favorite in downtown Cleveland.

  • Astoria Café & Market

And finally, located in Detroit Ave, Astoria Cafe and Market is the ideal spot for exquisite food and spirits while perusing a market loaded with imported and domestic cheeses, cured meats, olives, oils & vinegar, grains, pasta, rice, and more.

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