Scratch Biscuit Company—Roanoke
Imagine the brunch of your wildest dreams, then imagine it on a biscuit. They even have some yummy omelettes and platter options as well, but honestly–who doesn’t love a good biscuit?View this post on Instagram
Tuco's Taqueria Garaje—RoanokeTwo words: Breakfast Burrito. Tuco’s inventive Latin twist makes it an essential stop on your brunch list. Their variety of brunch cocktails doesn’t hurt, either.
Our Daily Bread—Blacksburg, Salem, RoanokeWith three locations, Our Daily Bread has brunch love to spare. Pro tip: Get the Garbage Plate. It’s a Moroccan-inspired egg scramble that’ll have you ready for seconds.
River and Rail—RoanokeAny place with pork rinds as a brunch appetizer deserves a spot on this list. River and Rail’s classic Southern brunch just can’t be beat.
Breadcraft—RoanokeBreadcraft’s French fare is truly special, and with options like beignets, quiche, and a variety of brunch salads, they have something for everyone.
Iron Paffles and Coffee—Charlottesville
What’s a “paffle” you ask? Well, it’s one part puff pastry, one part waffle, and ALL parts delicious. Get them savory or sweet, and thank us later.View this post on Instagram
Farm Bell Kitchen—Charlottesville
Farm Bell Kitchen does brunch RIGHT, and they do it seven days a week. That’s right, folks, weekday brunch does exist, and you can find it at Farm Bell Kitchen.View this post on Instagram
With a name like Brunch, it’s gotta be good. They’re known for their waffles, and if you can’t decide on just one–get the waffle flight. Heck, maybe get the waffle flight anyway.View this post on Instagram
Bar Solita’s “Flamingo Brunch” is legendary in Richmond, aka the brunchiest city in the Commonwealth. Their drink menu includes options like “a big ole’ bottle” of prosecco, Mimosa flights, and (!!!) Bloody Mary Cart Service.View this post on Instagram
The father-son team behind Brewer’s Cafe is an incredible culinary force in Southside Richmond, and their classic brunch and killer coffee will have you coming back for more.View this post on Instagram
Perly’s is a Jewish restaurant and delicatessen and has been a staple in the Richmond food scene for awhile, and their brunch is majorly yummy. It’s Yiddish for delicious!View this post on Instagram
Meat lovers rejoice! Bonnie Blue’s brunch has everything a carnivore could want: pulled pork, sausage, brisket, and so much more.View this post on Instagram
Woodstock Cafe’s Weekend brunch is for all you egg aficionados out there. They’ve got omelettes, scrambles, and an Eggs Benedict dish that’s to die for.View this post on Instagram
Regions 117—Lake FrederickLocal-loving foodies flock to Regions 117 for the Sunday Brunch. And with a killer brunch menu featuring items like wood-fired pizza, who could blame them?
White Birch Juice Co.—AbingdonThis one’s for all you health-conscious brunch lovers out there. White Birch’s famous cold-pressed juices are the perfect match for their yummy brunch options.
Elements at Primland—Meadows of DanCelebrate a special occasion and get fancy with a brunch at Elements Restaurant in the Primland resort. Their classy brunch options make your meal an affair to remember.
Harvest Table Restaurant—MeadowviewHarvest Table’s Sunday brunch is filled with Southern classics and features ultra-local ingredients. Now that’s what you call a win-win.
The name says it all! Get the best-looking biscuits you ever did see at Handsome Biscuit. In fact, you should probably go ahead and just get two.View this post on Instagram
Bay Local Eatery—Virginia Beach
This Virginia Beach favorite has a HUGE brunch menu, so they’ve got something for all your brunch buddies and a killer drink selection to boot.View this post on Instagram
Mea Culpa Café—Norfolk
The folks at Mea Culpa Café make a mean waffle. Their signature Liege waffles are so good, you’ll want them every which way.View this post on Instagram
Esoteric’s Sunday brunch is legendary in and of itself, but on the last Sunday of every month, they turn it up a notch with an epic brunch party. Sunday Funday, indeed.View this post on Instagram
This über local brunch option has got southern charm in spades. Bring your friends too; Commune has a big selection of small plates just perfect for sharing.View this post on Instagram
Bill’s Prime–ChinoteagueBill’s Prime is a Chincoteague favorite, and for good reason. Sunday Brunch has got a little bit of everything: from savory egg scrambles to sweet french toast and everything in between.
The Shanty–Cape CharlesSunday brunch at the Shanty has everything a seafood-lover could ever want. The outdoor harbor-view seating doesn’t hurt either
Machipongo Trading Company–MachipongoThis no-nonsense local favorite is in an old Texaco station, and their bagels and breakfast burritos are worthy of a road trip to the shore.
Barley Mac is all about serving up comfort food with a twist, so let their epic brunch selection comfort you where it counts–your stomach.View this post on Instagram
Ted’s Bulletin—Fairfax, Reston, ArlingtonWith three NoVa locations, you’re never too far away to make a special trip for Ted’s famous Breakfast Nachos. Or you can, you know, order online.
Detour Coffee Company—Arlington
Weekday brunch? Yes, please! Plus, Detour Coffee has the caffeine you need to make it through the work week.View this post on Instagram
Red’s Table is the perfect place to bring the whole brunch-loving family. They have family brunch specials and their menu is full of classic crowd-pleasers. Whew! There are a lot of brunch options in this great state, and we’ve only named a few. From the Blue Ridge Highlands to the capital city, and everywhere in between, we Virginians are lucky to have so much good food at our fingertips. So what are you waiting for–go out and get your brunch on!View this post on Instagram