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Food Review -- Let's Talk About Brunch

Food Review -- Let's Talk About Brunch

While I am not recommending a specific restaurant this week. I want to talk about brunch. Brunch is one of the most underutilized ways to give some self-care, be more social, and overall eat amazing food. There are many options, even in a small town of ours, that work for any brunch.  Want a fast weekday brunch before a long workday? Jerry’s, Stockman’s, or the Depot are perfect for a good old-fashioned diner meal. Are you looking for something more fun with your best friend or favorite coworker? Courtyard Café & Bakery, Ana’s Café, Slanted Porch, or Maine Street Café work great. Or, after a good night out, are you looking for a good pastry and coffee brunch to debrief the night’s events with your group? In that case, a brunch situation can be had at the Telegraph Coffee & Tap, or Stone Cabin Coffee. So, whether you’ve never tried, you’re too busy, or get up too early... grab a friend, coworker, or some family and just have some brunch. 


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