Looking for a delicious brunch in Fayetteville AR? Thankfully, outstanding brunch restaurants in Fayetteville are plentiful, offering mouthwatering food, unique atmospheres and attentive service.
The places to eat brunch below all have the qualities characteristic of superb eating establishments, and they all serve a brunch to make your taste buds dance for joy:
548 W Dickson St, (479) 443-9900
Serving breakfast and brunch from 7:00 am – 3:00 pm, this very popular spot offers a delicious mix of soups and salads, hand-cut fries, plates using free range-eggs, house-made biscuits and gravy, sandwiches and crepes, sweet crepes and more. Arsaga’s is also a small batch coffee roaster. Go by soon to sample some of the wonderful coffee and tasty cuisine of Arsaga’s.
310 W Dickson St, (479) 527-6795
The atmosphere is sleek, the service is impeccable and the Saturday and Sunday brunch is nothing short of heavenly. Shrimp & Grits, Fried Chicken Biscuit, Bordino’s Hash, Shakshuka and French Toast are just a small sampling of the available brunch choices. This Dickson St favorite is a tradition in Fayetteville, and one dining experience you don’t want to miss.
1150 N College Ave, (479) 443-2777
Specializing in New Orleans-style cuisine, this delightful Cajun seafood restaurant has a relaxed, comfortable ambiance, attentive and experienced staff, and some of the most authentic and creative Cajun seafood available in the High South. Sleep in a bit, and then head on over to Cafe Rue Orleans for some classic Cajun food including such favorites as Creole Shrimp & Grits, Eggs Pontchartrain, Eggs Des Amis and Breakfast Po Boy.
1838 N Crossover Rd, (479) 966-4823
Serving Sunday brunch from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm, ESG offers a wonderful mimosa table service special, 5 different Bloody Mary”s, omelets and 3 egg benedicts, french toast and much more. This is a neighborhood eatery where you can feel comfortable pulling up a chair and visiting with a friend. Great place to relax on a lazy Sunday. If you haven’t tried it already, go soon and take the family with you.
309 W Dickson St, (479) 527-9800
A delightful spot where you are treated like family from the moment you enter the door. Sunday Brunch cuisine features Blue Crab Benedict, Belgian Waffles, Mediterranean Omelets and killer Bloody Mary’s. Service is friendly and efficient. You’ll enjoy your brunch at Emelia’s.
1079 S School Ave, (479) 966-4125
If made from scratch buttermilk biscuits appeals to your taste buds, and the thought of eating fresh, locally sourced food like free-range eggs and Animal Welfare Approved bacon is to your liking, then you will love The Farmer’s Table Cafe. This Fayetteville restaurant strives to procure, prepare and cook the freshest and most wholesome ingredients available. Staff is welcoming, anxious to please and eager to talk about the menu items. All around great farm-to-table restaurant and a great place for brunch.
1466 N College Ave,(479) 435-6333
Mockingbird Kitchen is a great example of a working farm-to-table restaurant and one that offers a fantastic brunch in Fayetteville Ar. Chef Chrissy makes every effort to obtain ingredients from local farms and growers. Dishes are designed around what is available as the seasons change. Brunch on Saturday and Sunday is filled with dishes that are so flavorful, you can taste the freshness in every bite. Do Breakfast Tacos, Shrimp Cake Benedict, Brioche French Toast and Chicken & Waffle sound good to you? Just taste them at the Mockingbird Kitchen. Note: Eggs Benedict at Top of the page is courtesy of Mockingbird Kitchen.
1431 S School Ave, (479) 435-5606
Nomads Music Lounge in Fayetteville puts on a killer brunch Thursday – Sunday. It is a delightful way to get your taste buds tempted and begging for more. Bloody Mary’s are scrumptious, mimosas are yummy, service is friendly and efficient, music is wonderful and the atmosphere is just plain fun. Nomads is a great place to go for brunch whether with family or friends.
509 W Spring St #210, (479) 435-6435
Featuring a menu filled with fresh and freshly made items including pancake flights, eggs, benedicts, veggies, fruits, cereal, and refreshing drinks and coffee to occupy you while you wait and while you are catching up and relaxing with family and friends. Menus change with the seasons as many ingredients are procured from local farmers as they become available.
3575 W Wedington Dr Suite 3, (479) 313-7646
In the mood for food like grandma used to make? Look no more, the Big Breakfast at Southern Food Company with pan-seared chicken, dirty gravy, garlic cheese grits, two eggs anyway you like them, breakfast potatoes and either biscuit or toast will take you right back to grandma’s kitchen. Loaded Waffles and Chicken Fried Steak are also on the brunch menu. Come hungry and leave satisfied when you choose to brunch at this popular spot. You’ll find the food is delicious, the service professional and the atmosphere delightful.