The 5 Best Brunch Spots in Oklahoma City

Jean Jones
August 12, 2015


Breakfast is the best meal of the day, or is it lunch? Why not combine the two and have brunch at one of Oklahoma City's best brunch restaurants. Visit these five area eateries and find your own favorites.

Classen Grill
5124 N Classen Blvd

Try something a little different with a brunch of breakfast quesadillas or chicken-fried steak and eggs with biscuits and gravy at Classen Grill. The Eggs Benedict and Chinook Eggs come with a side of cheesy grits, so be sure to try them for a complete country-style meal. If you're in the mood for something spicy, try the Coyote Quesadilla with spicy chicken, peppers, onions and Jack cheese in a jalapeno cheese tortilla. 

Kitchen No. 324
324 N Robinson Ave

Slice Magazine and Channel 4 News recommend Kitchen No. 324 as Oklahoma City’s best brunch restaurant. The food served here is rustic and delicious, like the Fried Green Tomato Benedict with poached eggs, fried tomatoes, hollandaise sauce and crispy fried potatoes. You can also order scratch-made biscuits and gravy, or the House favorite Kitchen Green Eggs and Ham with eggs, prosciutto, arugula, and pesto on toasted English Muffins with fried potatoes.

La Baguette Bistro
7408 N May Ave

Looking for something with a French flavor? The food at La Baguette is French-inspired cuisine that makes you feel like you're on vacation under the Eiffel Tower. Voted one of the "Best Brunch Restaurants in America" in 2015, the menu here won't leave you hungry. Choose from poached eggs, omelets, crepes, waffles, breakfast sandwiches, shrimp and brie and much more. Treat yourself to an Espresso or brunch Mimosa.

Museum Cafe
415 Couch Dr 

The Museum cafe offers a mix of classic and country-style dishes. From Quiche, to Southwest Cobb Salad or Peppered Tilapia, there is something for every taste. Try the Lobster Bisque or Classic Tuscan Tomato Soup with fresh, crusty bread and fresh butter or maybe you want a big, juicy cheeseburger instead. Burgers, sandwiches, soups and salads…you'll want to come again and again.

Cafe Antigua
1903 N Classen Blvd

How about breakfast South-of-the-border at Cafe Antigua. Ever had breakfast made with eggs, chirozo, tomatoes and black beans with a side of fresh tortillas and pico de gallo? Hearty meals in a relaxing atmosphere is what you will find here.

With so many choices, it may be hard to pick just one. Why not try them at a time. Each restaurant has something different to offer and its like sending your taste buds on a trip around the world.

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