The most important brunches in Detroit right now

Metro Detroit is known for its outstanding restaurants, and they only get better during the daylight hours. Here are some of the top brunches offered around town.

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The most important brunches in Detroit right now
Marrow
1400 Porter St., Detroit; 313-338-8008
This butcher-centered eatery in West Village greets you with a cool, modern interior when you walk in. If you’re looking to be a little adventurous, Marrow offers menu items like tongue and, you guessed it, marrow. Brunch menu items include lamb yakitori scramble, turnip cake with XO sauce, and coconut grains. 
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Marrow


1400 Porter St., Detroit; 313-338-8008
This butcher-centered eatery in West Village greets you with a cool, modern interior when you walk in. If you’re looking to be a little adventurous, Marrow offers menu items like tongue and, you guessed it, marrow. Brunch menu items include lamb yakitori scramble, turnip cake with XO sauce, and coconut grains. Photo from Marrow / Facebook
Otus Supply
345 E. Nine Mile Rd., Ferndale; 248-291-6160; otussupply.com
Not only does Otus Supply offer a creative weekend brunch menu, but they also serve it up each Sunday with live music — but back to the food. Homemade pop tarts and cinnamon crunch-sourdough pancakes for those with a sweet tooth or two, and breakfast pizza, honey peppered bacon, and shakshouka (that’s teres major, tomato stew, and poached egg, with feta and pita) for anyone wanting something on the heavier side. Oh, and they have boozy breakfast drinks that will earn anyone who dares partake a mid-day, post-brunch nap. 
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Otus Supply


345 E. Nine Mile Rd., Ferndale; 248-291-6160; otussupply.com
Not only does Otus Supply offer a creative weekend brunch menu, but they also serve it up each Sunday with live music — but back to the food. Homemade pop tarts and cinnamon crunch-sourdough pancakes for those with a sweet tooth or two, and breakfast pizza, honey peppered bacon, and shakshouka (that’s teres major, tomato stew, and poached egg, with feta and pita) for anyone wanting something on the heavier side. Oh, and they have boozy breakfast drinks that will earn anyone who dares partake a mid-day, post-brunch nap.
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PJ’s Lager House
1254 Michigan Ave., Detroit; 313-961-4668
Detroit staple PJ’s Lager House hosts music acts at night, and a killer brunch during weekend daylight hours. The bar is a haven for vegetarians and vegans, who often come in seeking the tofu scramble and other scrumptious menu items, and there’s also plenty of items for the meat-eaters who stop in to dine. Come for the food, stay for the casual and inviting atmosphere.
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PJ’s Lager House


1254 Michigan Ave., Detroit; 313-961-4668
Detroit staple PJ’s Lager House hosts music acts at night, and a killer brunch during weekend daylight hours. The bar is a haven for vegetarians and vegans, who often come in seeking the tofu scramble and other scrumptious menu items, and there’s also plenty of items for the meat-eaters who stop in to dine. Come for the food, stay for the casual and inviting atmosphere. Photo from PJ’s Lager House / Facebook
Punch Bowl Social
1331 Broadway St., Detroit; 313-749-9738
For those who want to play while they eat, Punch Bowl Social offers an attractive brunch option. The restaurant serves up entertainment with its food in the form of arcade games and bowling. Come for gastropub food and then stay for the fun. 
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Punch Bowl Social


1331 Broadway St., Detroit; 313-749-9738
For those who want to play while they eat, Punch Bowl Social offers an attractive brunch option. The restaurant serves up entertainment with its food in the form of arcade games and bowling. Come for gastropub food and then stay for the fun. Photo from Punch Bowl Social / Facebook
San Morello
1400 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-209-4700
San Morello offers high-quality Italian food from Andrew Carmellini, a James Beard Award-winning chef. The brunch menu offers cold-pressed juices, wood-fired pizza, breakfast spaghetti, and eggs al forno.
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San Morello


1400 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-209-4700
San Morello offers high-quality Italian food from Andrew Carmellini, a James Beard Award-winning chef. The brunch menu offers cold-pressed juices, wood-fired pizza, breakfast spaghetti, and eggs al forno. Photo from San Morello / Facebook
Selden Standard
3921 Second Ave., Detroit; 313-438-5055
Selden Standard offers a seasonal, shared plate experience. The restaurant has a wood-fired oven and sources from local farms, and the feel of the interior is rustic and casual. Check out their website to find their regularly updated brunch menu items.
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Selden Standard


3921 Second Ave., Detroit; 313-438-5055
Selden Standard offers a seasonal, shared plate experience. The restaurant has a wood-fired oven and sources from local farms, and the feel of the interior is rustic and casual. Check out their website to find their regularly updated brunch menu items. Photo from Selden Standard / Facebook
The Block
3919 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-832-0892
This casual eatery in Midtown knows how to do brunch. The restaurant offers tons of mouthwatering options like spiked hot cocoa, applewood smoked bacon, spiced apple french toast, and more flavorful items to make your taste buds feel alive.
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The Block


3919 Woodward Ave., Detroit; 313-832-0892
This casual eatery in Midtown knows how to do brunch. The restaurant offers tons of mouthwatering options like spiked hot cocoa, applewood smoked bacon, spiced apple french toast, and more flavorful items to make your taste buds feel alive. Photo from The BLOCK Detroit / Facebook
The Emory
22700 Woodward Ave., Ferndale; 248-546-8202
Brunch shouldn’t be complicated. Enter, Ferndale’s The Emory which keeps brunch deliciously sweet and simple. Whether you’re interested in the breakfast pierogis grilled raspberry pound cake, there are sweet and savory options on this menu for everyone. Emory also offers the Impossible burger for those who haven’t tried it yet, and there’s a Bloody Mary bar for those who want to kick back and let their hair down. 
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The Emory


22700 Woodward Ave., Ferndale; 248-546-8202
Brunch shouldn’t be complicated. Enter, Ferndale’s The Emory which keeps brunch deliciously sweet and simple. Whether you’re interested in the breakfast pierogis grilled raspberry pound cake, there are sweet and savory options on this menu for everyone. Emory also offers the Impossible burger for those who haven’t tried it yet, and there’s a Bloody Mary bar for those who want to kick back and let their hair down. Photo from The Emory / Facebook
The Morrie
511 S. Main St., Royal Oak; 248-216-1112
You can have the pleasure of listening to live music while you brunch at the Morrie. This quintessential neighborhood spot offers American bar cuisine and lovingly made cocktails. Popular items include the smoked cheddar biscuits and chorizo gravy, spicy kale shakshuka, and the Nashville hot chicken and waffle stack.
Photo from The Morrie / Facebook

The Morrie


511 S. Main St., Royal Oak; 248-216-1112
You can have the pleasure of listening to live music while you brunch at the Morrie. This quintessential neighborhood spot offers American bar cuisine and lovingly made cocktails. Popular items include the smoked cheddar biscuits and chorizo gravy, spicy kale shakshuka, and the Nashville hot chicken and waffle stack. Photo from The Morrie / Facebook