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Brunch in the City

Published: Mar 30, 2017
Ad lib

The weekend is finally here, and you know that means it’s brunch time! In the city there are plenty of places to explore for that late morning early afternoon meal. So grab your family and friends and go enjoy some of these excellent restaurants.

11 Places for Brunch in the City

Ad Lib Craft Kitchen and Bar

Brunch is better with music! On Sundays at Ad Lib enjoy live music with your meal. Weekend brunch offers a wide variety of breakfast and lunch creations on the a la carte menu. Or try the Ad Lib Spontaneous Brunch for a truly unique dining experience. Oh and don’t forget the make your own bloody Mary and mimosa bar!

Bridges Social Club

The food on the brunch menu at Bridges Social Club is a very inventive mix of traditional turned upside down. This adventurous menu features Tiramisu Toast and Puffed Lox Pizza as well as many other options.

Café 1500

Burgers, Omelets, and everything in between Café 1500, has plenty of variety for weekend brunch. With diverse and creative adaptations of the classics there is something for everyone.

Café Fresco

Offering a Saturday brunch Café Fresco steers clear of the traditional Sunday meal. With a good mix of breakfast and lunch options they will definitely keep up with expectations.

Capital Gastro Pub

Classic comfort food like grits, biscuits, and omelets with unique twists. For lunch great pub style food like shepherd’s pie, pork chops, or fish and chips.

Federal Taphouse Harrisburg

How about a wood fired breakfast? The Federal Taphouse Harrisburg’s Sunday brunch offers wood fired breakfast pizza and Portuguese baked eggs, as well as a great selection of breakfast favorites made with unique style.

Home 231

With fresh American food harvested from local gardens and farms Home 231, offers a more traditional brunch menu filled modern comfort food.

Mangia Qui

Brunch with a little European flair. Mangia Qui’s Sunday brunch offers an array of options including an Italian Breakfast and a Ribeye Roliitini.


Food sourced from local family farms practicing organic or sustainable methods truly make a wholesome brunch. The Millworks Sunday brunch is full of conventional comfort food made from some of the best ingredients you can find in the area.

Note. Bistro and Wine Bar

Tucked away in Harrisburg Midtown district, Note.’s Sunday brunch features a variety of European inspired dishes all with a touch of contemporary style.

Sturges Speakeasy

Family owned Sturges Speakeasy in Midtown serves a specialty brunch menu on Sundays. Everything from BBQ Pork Belly Benedict to Bananas Foster French Toast on the breakfast side, or try great lunch options like Smoked Pulled Chicken Tacos or Hot Ham-n-Cheese Sandwich.

Author: Explore HBG