Des Moines Breakfast Spots

Breakfast is supposed to be the most important meal of the day. What happens when we merge it with lunch? BRUNCH! Brunch started in the late 1800s in Europe before they started a hunt. Brunch gravitated to the United States as a popular meal for college students that slept in. It also was popular through the Prohibition period when the rich were able to day drink. If you are staying in Des Moines and you just love your brunch on the weekend, here is a brief list of a dozen featuring their specialty. With over 800 restaurants to offer in the area, make sure you call prior to visiting to secure your seating.

Aposto gives you your first Italian venue. The menu changes frequently. How about the Scala egg scramble with caramelized onions, roasted peppers, spinach, cremini mushrooms, creamed leeks with roasted herb potatoes on the side.

+39 Italian Restaurant. Another Italian option, here you can expect lemon and ricotta pancakes, a bacon and banana waffle, breakfast pasta or a breakfast pizza.

The Radish. How does prime rib casserole, pan-fired chicken and made to order omelets sound?

Americana will offer brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. Seven stations are featured in their bombshell brunch. Something for everyone!

The Fletcher. Do you like a buffet of freshly carved meats, fruits, shrimp, salmon, pastries to name just a
few? The Fletcher is a huge venue with a lot of room.

La Jardin will give you a touch of France for brunch on Saturday or Sunday. Every entrée also features two a la carte items and there are plenty to choose from.

Django is yet another French option on Sundays. House made sausage and numerous crepes are complimented with many cheese varieties.

Tacopocalypse is a Sunday only brunch for those that like their brunch Mexican style. Try this one on; ICBINBB, I can’t believe it’s not Breakfast Burrito!

Malo is another Mexican option specializing in made to order burritos and all you can eat tacos.

Bubba-Southern Comforts brings to you a pinch of the south with wonderful biscuits smothered in gravy
with many other southern specials.

Jethro’s throws down its version of brunch Saturday and Sunday featuring Barbeque! There is an entire section of the menu just dedicated to the toppings for hash browns.

University Library Café is frequented by those late sleeping college kids we mentioned earlier. Serving brunch on both Saturdays and Sundays, this is the spot in Des Moines to have potatoes smothered in ham, onions, peppers, chili, cheese, two eggs and corned beef. Wait! They have 40 beers on tap to wash it all down with!

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