Little Rock Daily's Guide to Brunch

Whether you’re looking for a new weekend spot or an early lunch break, we’ve got you covered. From upscale to causal and everything in between, we hope this can be your one-stop shop for brunch spots around Little Rock!

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The Root Cafe’s mission is to source locally as often as they can, usually averaging about 77% of their ingredients being from local farms. With great allergy accommodations, The Root Cafe caters to everyone while also catering to the local community at the same time. Pop in for a stellar breakfast sandwich or something a little less traditional, too!

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There isn’t a ton of explanation needed for the menu, it’s all in the name, delicious and tempting. Delicious Temptations offers a rotating menu for variety and something new fairly often! We recommend the Florentine Benedict or the Oreo Stuffed Waffle for those with a sweet tooth.

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Aren’t we all in search for a big bad breakfast? Well their menu is undoubtedly big and actually super good despite the “bad” in the name. With homemade bloody mary’s, freshly squeezed juice for mimosas, and an Irish Coffee that is modeled after The Buena Vista Cafe in San Fransisco, not only is their food menu killer, so are their drinks. Big Bad Breakfast’s mission is recapturing the flavors of childhood memory, which we think they do pretty well!

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If you’re looking for a traditional atmosphere and menu, Copper Grill is your place. Copper Grill is a more upscale experience with the perfect crab cake’s benedict or chicken and waffles, they really have everything! Copper Grill’s commitment to sourcing as many ingredients as they can from local farms makes it even that more appealing. Not to mention their mimosa is $3…need we say more?

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@ The Corner’s brunch from 9am-2pm on Saturday and Sunday is the ideal weekend venture. Head over to try their potato chip omelet or the creme brulee french toast for a little twist on the traditional menu. @ The Corner introduces monthly rotational menus so you can try something new every visit!

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Yaya’s offers a Sunday brunch buffet every week from 10am-2pm perfect for the ideal after Church meal or just the perfect excuse for a lazy Sunday buffet. Head over a meal that’ll leave you stuffed for the rest of the day, guaranteed!

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Head over to The Fold for killer huevos rancheros, migas, or chorizo hash for the perfect casual weekend brunch. The Fold is known for their margaritas and tacos, but their brunch is just as good as those staples.