Top 5 Brunches in Halifax – PART 2

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Many people say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But to the brunch aficionados of the world, the best meal of the day –even the week – is brunch. Brunch enthusiasts will argue that brunch reigns supreme over all other meals due to the selection it offers. It’s little bit breakfast and a little bit lunch; a little bit savoury and a little bit sweet. Brunch has something for everyone! We’ve already covered the top five best places to get brunch in Halifax, but if you’ve made your way through that list, here are five more.

Durty Nelly’s – 1660 Argyle Street
If you’re looking to cure what ails ya, Durty Nelly’s has the hearty meal you need after a night out. Whether you’re craving steak and eggs or you’re looking for a traditional Irish breakfast – including house made white pudding, baked beans and grilled tomato – Durty Nelly’s can help you out. Check out their brunch menu for the evidence.

Bistro Le Coq – 1584 Argyle Street
Looking for something a little more European? Venture no further than Argyle Street’s own piece of France, Bistro Le Coq. With a brunch menu that ranges from Oysters to Brioche French Toast, this meal is the perfect way to start a luxurious day of indulgence.  View the brunch menu.

The Foggy Goggle – 1667 Argyle Street
Just down the street from Durty Nelly’s, the Foggy Goggle is a popular stop for those who want a breakfast that skips the deep fryer, but doesn’t skimp on flavour. Offering everything from fresh smoothies to traditional breakfast sandwiches and French toast, the Goggle is a great place to fuel up before spending the day exploring downtown. Here’s the menu so you can make up your mind ahead of time.

enVie – 5775 Charles Street

Looking to share brunch with your favourite vegan pals? Located just off of Agricola Street in the North End, enVie has a vegan menu that will make even the most devoted meat-eater drool. With breakfast favourites and lunchtime selections that are sure to become classics, there is something for everyone. Don’t believe it? See their menu for proof.

Robie St. Station – 2394 Robie Street

Serving all day breakfast, Robie St. Station is a newcomer on the Halifax brunch scene. They’ve got a menu for both breakfast traditionalists and those who are looking for something a little different – Bread Puddin’ French Toast? Sign me up! Visit their Facebook page for the rest of their brunch selections.

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