25 Larger Cincinnati Eating places The place You Can Order Your Bunch To-Go

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Boomtown Biscuits & Whiskey

1201 Broadway St., Pendleton

This Pendleton restaurant is inspired by the trappings of the American frontier and California’s 19th-century gold rush. The signature drop biscuit isn’t a run-of-the-mill thousand-layer flaked baked good; its buttery, delightfully browned crust is one that no breakfast chain can compete with. Choose from sandwiches, plates, bowls, sides and dessert. A must try? The Yukon sandwich, with fried chicken, gravy, smoked cheddar and thick-cut bacon. The option to add an egg is, theoretically, optional (and an upcharge), but better thought of as an intrinsic part of the dish. Place an order for carry-out by calling 513-381-2666

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Boomtown Biscuits & Whiskey

1201 Broadway St., Pendleton

This Pendleton restaurant is inspired by the trappings of the American frontier and California’s 19th-century gold rush. The signature drop biscuit isn’t a run-of-the-mill thousand-layer flaked baked good; its buttery, delightfully browned crust is one that no breakfast chain can compete with. Choose from sandwiches, plates, bowls, sides and dessert. A must try? The Yukon sandwich, with fried chicken, gravy, smoked cheddar and thick-cut bacon. The option to add an egg is, theoretically, optional (and an upcharge), but better thought of as an intrinsic part of the dish. Place an order for carry-out by calling 513-381-2666

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” itemprop=”image” />Goose & Elder

1800 Race St., Over-the-Rhine

Chef Jose Salazar opened Goose & Elder, a sort of comfort food destination with self-described “Midcentury grandma” décor, adjacent to Findlay Market last year. Their large and inventive menu includes brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Some standouts include speckled “Goosecakes,” chocolate chip pancakes with bananas and peanut butter buttercream, and staples such as the goetta hash and avocado toast. Place an order online for carry-out or for delivery through DoorDash if you can’t make it to dine in-house.

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Goose & Elder

1800 Race St., Over-the-Rhine

Chef Jose Salazar opened Goose & Elder, a sort of comfort food destination with self-described “Midcentury grandma” décor, adjacent to Findlay Market last year. Their large and inventive menu includes brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Some standouts include speckled “Goosecakes,” chocolate chip pancakes with bananas and peanut butter buttercream, and staples such as the goetta hash and avocado toast. Place an order online for carry-out or for delivery through DoorDash if you can’t make it to dine in-house.

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” itemprop=”image” />Crown Republic Gastropub

720 Sycamore St., Downtown

Crown Republic Gastropub on Sycamore offers a variety of breakfast and brunch items, including cornmeal buttermilk pancakes, carnitas hash and truffle and eggs. Brunch is available for carry-out from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. along with craft cocktails and bloody marys.

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Crown Republic Gastropub

720 Sycamore St., Downtown

Crown Republic Gastropub on Sycamore offers a variety of breakfast and brunch items, including cornmeal buttermilk pancakes, carnitas hash and truffle and eggs. Brunch is available for carry-out from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. along with craft cocktails and bloody marys.

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” itemprop=”image” />The Baker’s Table

1004 Monmouth St., Newport

The Baker’s Table in Newport is a “farm-to-table restaurant, cafe, bar and bakery” serving handmade food for brunch and dinner. Their brunch is offered Thursday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday to Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with some menu items including smoked salmon toast and Italian ricotta doughnuts.

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The Baker’s Table

1004 Monmouth St., Newport

The Baker’s Table in Newport is a ::farm-to-table restaurant, cafe, bar and bakery:: serving handmade food for brunch and dinner. Their brunch is offered Thursday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday to Sunday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with some menu items including smoked salmon toast and Italian ricotta doughnuts.

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” itemprop=”image” />Cedar

701 Main St., Covington

Cedar, a new restaurant in Covington, describes itself as an “upscale comfort food restaurant centered around breakfast, brunch and lunch with spirits.” The breakfast and brunch menu is small, with items like the biscuit bowl — housemade buttermilk biscuits, chorizo lamb sausage gravy, fried egg and green onion — and the breakfast mac — corkscrew pasta, white cheddar cheese sauce, crispy pork belly, house breadcrumbs, sunny egg and green onion — standing out. Their craft cocktails and scratch-made bloody marys seem equally appealing and the perfect match for a great brunch. Not in the mood to dine in? Place your to-go order by calling 859-360-1187.

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Cedar

701 Main St., Covington

Cedar, a new restaurant in Covington, describes itself as an ::upscale comfort food restaurant centered around breakfast, brunch and lunch with spirits.:: The breakfast and brunch menu is small, with items like the biscuit bowl — housemade buttermilk biscuits, chorizo lamb sausage gravy, fried egg and green onion — and the breakfast mac — corkscrew pasta, white cheddar cheese sauce, crispy pork belly, house breadcrumbs, sunny egg and green onion — standing out. Their craft cocktails and scratch-made bloody marys seem equally appealing and the perfect match for a great brunch. Not in the mood to dine in? Place your to-go order by calling 859-360-1187.

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” itemprop=”image” />Taste of Belgium

Multiple locations including 1135 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine; 3825 Edwards Road, Rookwood; 16 W. Freedom Way, The Banks

Taste of Belgium has been a local favorite since 2007 for its “traditional Belgian-American hybrid menu,” says Bailey Herth, general manager of the Over-the-Rhine location. Any of their five Cincinnati-area locations and one Northern Kentucky location are sure to serve up the quality booze and brunch ToB is known for. Their brunch, which is served all day, has some classics like chicken and waffles and less traditional options like the Pig & Fig Galette with prosciutto, brie, fig jam and arugula. Order online or call your local eatery.

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Taste of Belgium

Multiple locations including 1135 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine; 3825 Edwards Road, Rookwood; 16 W. Freedom Way, The Banks

Taste of Belgium has been a local favorite since 2007 for its “traditional Belgian-American hybrid menu,” says Bailey Herth, general manager of the Over-the-Rhine location. Any of their five Cincinnati-area locations and one Northern Kentucky location are sure to serve up the quality booze and brunch ToB is known for. Their brunch, which is served all day, has some classics like chicken and waffles and less traditional options like the Pig & Fig Galette with prosciutto, brie, fig jam and arugula. Order online or call your local eatery.

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” itemprop=”image” />Sleepy Bee Cafe

Multiple locations including 8 E. 4th St., Downtown; 3098 Madison Road, Oakley; 9514 Kenwood Road, Blue Ash

Sleepy Bee Cafe has locations in Oakley, Blue Ash and Downtown, so just about wherever you are in the Greater Cincinnati area, you can get a taste of some of their delectable breakfast, brunch and lunch options. Some menu favorites include the Queen City Bee, a breakfast sandwich with goetta, apple, arugula, broken yolk egg and “nectar” sauce on a “milk” bun, and the Vanilla Almond Oats, made with steel cut oats, chia seeds, coconut milk, vanilla, topped with toasted coconut, bananas and blueberries. You can order any menu item for carry-out or get a Bee Meal Kit — menu favorites to take home and cook yourself.

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Sleepy Bee Cafe

Multiple locations including 8 E. 4th St., Downtown; 3098 Madison Road, Oakley; 9514 Kenwood Road, Blue Ash

Sleepy Bee Cafe has locations in Oakley, Blue Ash and Downtown, so just about wherever you are in the Greater Cincinnati area, you can get a taste of some of their delectable breakfast, brunch and lunch options. Some menu favorites include the Queen City Bee, a breakfast sandwich with goetta, apple, arugula, broken yolk egg and ::nectar:: sauce on a ::milk:: bun, and the Vanilla Almond Oats, made with steel cut oats, chia seeds, coconut milk, vanilla, topped with toasted coconut, bananas and blueberries. You can order any menu item for carry-out or get a Bee Meal Kit — menu favorites to take home and cook yourself.

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Libby’s Southern Comfort

35 W. Eighth St., Covington

This Southern-inspired restaurant located in Covington boasts a menu of comfort food classics like fried chicken and shrimp and grits along with a full bar boasting antique bourbons and boozy slushies, plus a stellar brunch selection (hello goetta hush puppies and bourbon peach French toast). Want to eat your food at home — or in the car — call 859-261-3106 to place an order for carry-out.

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Libby’s Southern Comfort

35 W. Eighth St., Covington

This Southern-inspired restaurant located in Covington boasts a menu of comfort food classics like fried chicken and shrimp and grits along with a full bar boasting antique bourbons and boozy slushies, plus a stellar brunch selection (hello goetta hush puppies and bourbon peach French toast). Want to eat your food at home — or in the car — call 859-261-3106 to place an order for carry-out.

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” itemprop=”image” />Wunderbar

1132 Lee St., Covington

Wunderbar in Covington offers a rotating brunch menu every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. A staple is the “landjunge frustuck,” which includes bacon, sausage, two eggs, one biscuit and gravy, and homefries. When available, you can also try the cinnamon French toast. Wash it all down with mimosa or bloody mary, made with housemade mix. Wunderbar is perfect for the low-key weekend bruncher on a budget. Call 859-360-3911 if you’d like to place your order for carry-out.

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Wunderbar

1132 Lee St., Covington

Wunderbar in Covington offers a rotating brunch menu every Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. A staple is the ::landjunge frustuck,:: which includes bacon, sausage, two eggs, one biscuit and gravy, and homefries. When available, you can also try the cinnamon French toast. Wash it all down with mimosa or bloody mary, made with housemade mix. Wunderbar is perfect for the low-key weekend bruncher on a budget. Call 859-360-3911 if you’d like to place your order for carry-out.

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” itemprop=”image” />Northside Yacht Club

4231 Spring Grove Ave., Northside

This loosely nautically themed and ironically landlocked Rock club from two local music and mixology veterans, the Northside Yacht Club is all fun. They have a solid regular menu that features veggie-conscious bar-food like cauliflower wings, tofu tendies, vegetarian or vegan mac and cheese, fried broccoli or the creature fries. And from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays, folks can enjoy a small menu of brunchy bites for dine-in or carry-out, like the housemade goetta, lettuce, tomato sandwich and fries (available vegan), or the breakfast poutine, “Wake n Bake Waffles” or the breakfast burrito. Their epic $12 Yacht Club Bloody and other cocktails also available for to-go. Place an order by calling 513-541-0528 or 513-429-0359.

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Northside Yacht Club

4231 Spring Grove Ave., Northside

This loosely nautically themed and ironically landlocked Rock club from two local music and mixology veterans, the Northside Yacht Club is all fun. They have a solid regular menu that features veggie-conscious bar-food like cauliflower wings, tofu tendies, vegetarian or vegan mac and cheese, fried broccoli or the creature fries. And from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sundays, folks can enjoy a small menu of brunchy bites for dine-in or carry-out, like the housemade goetta, lettuce, tomato sandwich and fries (available vegan), or the breakfast poutine, ::Wake n Bake Waffles:: or the breakfast burrito. Their epic $12 Yacht Club Bloody and other cocktails also available for to-go. Place an order by calling 513-541-0528 or 513-429-0359.

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” itemprop=”image” />Sacred Beast

1437 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine

“Simple food. Taken seriously” is the motto of this modern Over-the-Rhine diner. You can order one of three breakfast options all day any day of the week: the Diner Breakfast (lemon ricotta pancakes, soft scrambled eggs and pork belly), Neckbone Gravy (hashbrowns, roasted chicken, neckbone gravy, Mornay sauce and a sunny-side up egg) or the Goetta Breakfast (goetta, hashbrowns and two sunny-side up eggs). The simple menu makes brunch at Sacred Beast a no brainer, and you can always pick up a breakfast (or all three) to-go.

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Sacred Beast

1437 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine

“Simple food. Taken seriously” is the motto of this modern Over-the-Rhine diner. You can order one of three breakfast options all day any day of the week: the Diner Breakfast (lemon ricotta pancakes, soft scrambled eggs and pork belly), Neckbone Gravy (hashbrowns, roasted chicken, neckbone gravy, Mornay sauce and a sunny-side up egg) or the Goetta Breakfast (goetta, hashbrowns and two sunny-side up eggs). The simple menu makes brunch at Sacred Beast a no brainer, and you can always pick up a breakfast (or all three) to-go.

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” itemprop=”image” />Sugar n’ Spice

1203 Sycamore St., Over-the-Rhine; 4381 Reading Road, Reading

Cincinnati’s cult favorite breakfast eatery Sugar n’ Spice opened up their Over-the-Rhine location in the former Joe’s Diner in July of 2020. The Paddock Hills eatery, which opened in 1941, is well-known for its “wispy thin” pancakes, vibrant decor and rubber duckies that come with every meal — elements that traveled to its second branch. You can expect all of your favorites from the original location and more. Visit the website of your closest location to place an order for carry-out.

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Sugar n’ Spice

1203 Sycamore St., Over-the-Rhine; 4381 Reading Road, Reading

Cincinnati’s cult favorite breakfast eatery Sugar n’ Spice opened up their Over-the-Rhine location in the former Joe’s Diner in July of 2020. The Paddock Hills eatery, which opened in 1941, is well-known for its ::wispy thin:: pancakes, vibrant decor and rubber duckies that come with every meal — elements that traveled to its second branch. You can expect all of your favorites from the original location and more. Visit the website of your closest location to place an order for carry-out.

Photo: Hailey Bollinger” itemprop=”image” />B&A Street Kitchen

1500 Race St., Over-the-Rhine

This Over-the-Rhine eatery offers fresh, Tex-Mex and Southern comfort-inspired cuisine with a heavy focus on breakfast, which is available all day, seven days a week. The El Tejano, which includes house-made pork chorizo, Pepper Jack cheese, egg, guacamole, charred poblano and choice of salsa, can be ordered wrapped in a tortilla or on a biscuit — an ode to B&A’s Southern influences. Churro-style pancakes are available to those with a sweet tooth. Call 513-345-6670 to place an order to-go.

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B&A Street Kitchen

1500 Race St., Over-the-Rhine

This Over-the-Rhine eatery offers fresh, Tex-Mex and Southern comfort-inspired cuisine with a heavy focus on breakfast, which is available all day, seven days a week. The El Tejano, which includes house-made pork chorizo, Pepper Jack cheese, egg, guacamole, charred poblano and choice of salsa, can be ordered wrapped in a tortilla or on a biscuit — an ode to B&A’s Southern influences. Churro-style pancakes are available to those with a sweet tooth. Call 513-345-6670 to place an order to-go.

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” itemprop=”image” />Hang Over Easy

13 W. Charlton St., Corryville

This hot spot for University of Cincinnati students is steps away from the edge of the uptown campus. Menu items include classic breakfast favorites with fun names, like the “Sloppy Seconds,” a dish with two eggs, their namesake HOE fries, breakfast meat and toast; and more inventive options like the Cocoa Krispies pancakes with marshmallow icing and chocolate sauce. The Short Vine location is open Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and all breakfast, brunch and lunch options are available all day for carry-out or dine-in. Order online or call 513-221-5400.

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Hang Over Easy

13 W. Charlton St., Corryville

This hot spot for University of Cincinnati students is steps away from the edge of the uptown campus. Menu items include classic breakfast favorites with fun names, like the ::Sloppy Seconds,:: a dish with two eggs, their namesake HOE fries, breakfast meat and toast; and more inventive options like the Cocoa Krispies pancakes with marshmallow icing and chocolate sauce. The Short Vine location is open Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and all breakfast, brunch and lunch options are available all day for carry-out or dine-in. Order online or call 513-221-5400.

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” itemprop=”image” />The Echo

3510 Edwards Road, Hyde Park

Founded in 1945 in Hyde Park by Louise Schwartz, The Echo has become a neighborhood attraction for Cincinnatians everywhere. Despite being founded over 73 years ago, The Echo has adapted to the modern consumer, but the breakfast classics — from eggs benedict to the corned beef hash — remain intact. Call 513-321-2816 to place an order to-go.

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The Echo

3510 Edwards Road, Hyde Park

Founded in 1945 in Hyde Park by Louise Schwartz, The Echo has become a neighborhood attraction for Cincinnatians everywhere. Despite being founded over 73 years ago, The Echo has adapted to the modern consumer, but the breakfast classics — from eggs benedict to the corned beef hash — remain intact. Call 513-321-2816 to place an order to-go.

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” itemprop=”image” />Coppin’s Restaurant & Bar

638 Madison Ave., Covington

Offering brunch Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Coppin’s Restaurant & Bar at Hotel Covington has one of the more modern menus on this list. You can order the “Tasty Toast,” which is custard-battered fruit on nut sourdough with brie, almond butter, apricot puree, pistachio and oat crumble or the butternut squash frittata for a more substantial breakfast. Cocktails are available for carry-out in addition to bites. The restaurant suggests calling right before 10 a.m. or after noon for optimal service. Call 859-905-6800 to place an order.

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Coppin’s Restaurant & Bar

638 Madison Ave., Covington

Offering brunch Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Coppin’s Restaurant & Bar at Hotel Covington has one of the more modern menus on this list. You can order the “Tasty Toast,” which is custard-battered fruit on nut sourdough with brie, almond butter, apricot puree, pistachio and oat crumble or the butternut squash frittata for a more substantial breakfast. Cocktails are available for carry-out in addition to bites. The restaurant suggests calling right before 10 a.m. or after noon for optimal service. Call 859-905-6800 to place an order.

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” itemprop=”image” />Press on Monmouth

421 Monmouth St., Newport

Press on Monmouth in Newport has an extensive weekend brunch menu, including tater tot waffles, breakfast sandwiches and frittatas. The chicken and waffle stack includes jalapeno slaw and hot honey, while the Press Breakfast Salad contains blueberry, granola, bacon, egg and cheddar. Their weekday morning menu, which runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., is even more expansive, so rest assured no matter what day you visit Press on Monmouth you will be satisfied. Visit their website to order online for carry-out, or call 859-261-3397.

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Press on Monmouth

421 Monmouth St., Newport

Press on Monmouth in Newport has an extensive weekend brunch menu, including tater tot waffles, breakfast sandwiches and frittatas. The chicken and waffle stack includes jalapeno slaw and hot honey, while the Press Breakfast Salad contains blueberry, granola, bacon, egg and cheddar. Their weekday morning menu, which runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., is even more expansive, so rest assured no matter what day you visit Press on Monmouth you will be satisfied. Visit their website to order online for carry-out, or call 859-261-3397.

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” itemprop=”image” />Otto’s

521 Main St., Covington

Otto’s in Covington offers a simple and thoughtfully planned brunch menu on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Each of their 10 brunch options is served with a side of goetta, bacon, cup of soup, potato cake or fruit. The Otto’s Benedict is cooked up with a cheesy bacon grit cake and all the regular eggs benedict fixings. Or you may be swayed to try the Crab Hash, with seared crab cakes, crispy fried potatoes, poached egg and spicy sour cream. We know we’re hungry just thinking about it. Call 859-491-6678 to place an order for carry-out.

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Otto’s

521 Main St., Covington

Otto’s in Covington offers a simple and thoughtfully planned brunch menu on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Each of their 10 brunch options is served with a side of goetta, bacon, cup of soup, potato cake or fruit. The Otto’s Benedict is cooked up with a cheesy bacon grit cake and all the regular eggs benedict fixings. Or you may be swayed to try the Crab Hash, with seared crab cakes, crispy fried potatoes, poached egg and spicy sour cream. We know we’re hungry just thinking about it. Call 859-491-6678 to place an order for carry-out.

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” itemprop=”image” />Dunlap Cafe

1926 Dunlap St., Over-the-Rhine

Dunlap Cafe has been operational since 1936 with an emphasis on home-cooked meals, all-day breakfast and, recently, draft beer. Breakfast sandwiches, omelets and other early morning classics are available all day long for seriously reasonable prices. Their current hours are 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and they are offering dine-in service along with carry-out.

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Dunlap Cafe

1926 Dunlap St., Over-the-Rhine

Dunlap Cafe has been operational since 1936 with an emphasis on home-cooked meals, all-day breakfast and, recently, draft beer. Breakfast sandwiches, omelets and other early morning classics are available all day long for seriously reasonable prices. Their current hours are 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and they are offering dine-in service along with carry-out.

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” itemprop=”image” />Tucker’s Restaurant

1637 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine

Tucker’s Restaurant is a classic mom and pop diner in Over-the-Rhine that has been serving Cincinnatians since 1946. They’re open Tuesday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., during which you can order French toast, biscuits and sausage gravy and other classic breakfast items all day long. 2021 is their 75th year in business, and you’ll understand why once you try Tucker’s out. Give them a call at 513-954-8920 to place an order for carry-out.

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Tucker’s Restaurant

1637 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine

Tucker’s Restaurant is a classic mom and pop diner in Over-the-Rhine that has been serving Cincinnatians since 1946. They’re open Tuesday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., during which you can order French toast, biscuits and sausage gravy and other classic breakfast items all day long. 2021 is their 75th year in business, and you’ll understand why once you try Tucker’s out. Give them a call at 513-954-8920 to place an order for carry-out.

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” itemprop=”image” />Fausto

44 Sixth St. East, Downtown

Fausto, located in the lobby of the Contemporary Arts Center, is another tasty establishment from Ferrari brothers, owners behind Camp Washington’s Mom ‘n ’em Coffee. A fried egg sandwich on a fluffy English muffin with a runny egg, provolone, bacon and arugula is one delectable breakfast choice that Fausto offers, among their fresh brunch, lunch and dinner options. All items are available for carry-out.

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Fausto

44 Sixth St. East, Downtown

Fausto, located in the lobby of the Contemporary Arts Center, is another tasty establishment from Ferrari brothers, owners behind Camp Washington’s Mom ‘n ’em Coffee. A fried egg sandwich on a fluffy English muffin with a runny egg, provolone, bacon and arugula is one delectable breakfast choice that Fausto offers, among their fresh brunch, lunch and dinner options. All items are available for carry-out.

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” itemprop=”image” />ESSEN Kitchen

1 Findlay St., Over-the-Rhine

ESSEN doesn’t stock any meat, dairy or eggs at all: The entire menu is plant-based. Chef Yasel López got creative and crafted a menu to appeal to not only vegans but also vegetarians and omnivores alike. Their breakfast is offered from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. everyday with items like a chorizo potato wrap, made with spicy soy chorizo, and bagel and lox, made with marinated tomato lox, rounding out an impressive vegan menu. Place your order online or by calling 513-802-5013.

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ESSEN Kitchen

1 Findlay St., Over-the-Rhine

ESSEN doesn’t stock any meat, dairy or eggs at all: The entire menu is plant-based. Chef Yasel López got creative and crafted a menu to appeal to not only vegans but also vegetarians and omnivores alike. Their breakfast is offered from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. everyday with items like a chorizo potato wrap, made with spicy soy chorizo, and bagel and lox, made with marinated tomato lox, rounding out an impressive vegan menu. Place your order online or by calling 513-802-5013.

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” itemprop=”image” />The Littlefield

3934 Spring Grove Ave., Northside

This Northside eatery is currently open for carry-out and walk-up service, with a Sunday brunch menu offered on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can order such staples as biscuits and gravy, potato cake(s) and brunch-y cocktails.

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The Littlefield

3934 Spring Grove Ave., Northside

This Northside eatery is currently open for carry-out and walk-up service, with a Sunday brunch menu offered on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can order such staples as biscuits and gravy, potato cake(s) and brunch-y cocktails.

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” itemprop=”image” />Bellevue Bistro

313 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue

Bellevue Bistro is a small breakfast and lunch restaurant which packs a big menu and big flavors. The menu offers breakfast bakes, multiple benedicts and an assortment of miscellaneous options like goetta grilled cheese and the cinnabread sandwich. Brunch and lunch are served 7 days a week 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 859-581-5600 to place an order for carry-out.

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Bellevue Bistro

313 Fairfield Ave., Bellevue

Bellevue Bistro is a small breakfast and lunch restaurant which packs a big menu and big flavors. The menu offers breakfast bakes, multiple benedicts and an assortment of miscellaneous options like goetta grilled cheese and the cinnabread sandwich. Brunch and lunch are served 7 days a week 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 859-581-5600 to place an order for carry-out.

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” itemprop=”image” />French Crust Cafe and Bistro

1801 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine

French Crust Cafe & Bistro, a charming spot in Over-the-Rhine’s Findlay Market, offers traditional French breakfasts with items like croque monsieur and plenty of chocolate croissants. Coffee and pastries are served all day for dine-in or carry-out, but you’ll have to get in early if you want to try one of their puff pastries made with local goetta.

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French Crust Cafe and Bistro

1801 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine

French Crust Cafe & Bistro, a charming spot in Over-the-Rhine’s Findlay Market, offers traditional French breakfasts with items like croque monsieur and plenty of chocolate croissants. Coffee and pastries are served all day for dine-in or carry-out, but you’ll have to get in early if you want to try one of their puff pastries made with local goetta.

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