6 Favorite St. Louis Brunch Spots for 2023
You’re looking into medical scribe organizations when you get a text from a friend asking if you wanted to do brunch in St. Louis this weekend. St. Louis is known for their diverse, delicious dining options. There’s no exception when it comes time for brunch.
Here are 6 favorite St. Louis brunch spots for 2023. Let’s get into it!
Located right next to Busch Stadium, The Wheelhouse is the perfect brunch spot if you’re wanting to experience a bustling, fun atmosphere. They offer both hearty and healthy brunch choices, along with bottomless mimosas that keep on coming. You could think of The Wheelhouse like if a nightclub turned into a brunch vibe. After all, The Wheelhouse is known to be one of the best party establishments in St. Louis!
Vin De Set
If you’re looking for a calmer, more upscale brunch option, look no further than St. Louis’s Vin De Set. This stylish French Bistro is perfect for a brunch with friends or a fancy brunch with your significant other. They also have a beautiful, high-rise patio that gives a stunning view of the city. Vin De Set is the brunch for you if you’re looking to dress nice and immerse yourself with the finer things in life.
Nestled in the heart of Lafayette Square, Sqwires is a St. Louis staple when it comes to brunch time. They are known for their famous Bloody Mary’s and SqWires Benedict. This is a brunch where you can either dress down or up for. You’ll see all different types of people in this historic, brick building. There’s plenty of room if you’re wanting a brunch with multiple guests. (Oh, and they offer bottomless mimosas for 2 hours!)
The Bellwether is full of pleasant surprises when it comes to their brunch. First, they offer multiple different seating areas from a library-inspired dining area to a beautiful, large patio outside. They’re known for their unique, delicious cinnamon toast crunch French toast and animal farm omelets.
Sasha’s Wine Bar
If you’re wanting to brunch like a local, Sasha’s Wine Bar is the place to be. This quaint, beautifully designed wine bar offers the best of all things brunch. With sweet and savory crepes to traditional egg pairings – you’re sure to be impressed with their flavorful brunch dishes. In St. Louis style, they also offer a patio which is nestled with trees in the surrounding neighborhood. This is the brunch spot to go if you just finished a Saturday bike ride and ready to refuel!
Tower Grove Farmers’ Market
Are you looking for an active, immersive brunch? Then you should head to the Tower Grove Farmers’ Market Saturday mornings that begin in April and end the first weekend of November. With multiple food trucks (including Vegan options), bartenders, and coffee stands – you’ll have everything you need in one place for your brunch. Bring along a blanket, shop produce from local vendors, and settle into the park to enjoy a brunch with friends and family.