Recent Examples of brunch from the Web
The restaurant plans to offer a weekday lunch as well as weekend brunch.
Sunday, April 22: Grapes under Glass wine event's finale will feature a Champagne brunch in downtown Cleveland.
The restaurant offers weekend brunch and weekday happy hour at the bar 4 to 7 p.m. daily.
Toro Latin Restaurant & Rum Bar at TPC Scottsdale In honor of the holiday, pair a green bloody mary ($14) with brunch.
Scaglia also has applied for a liquor license to serve champagne cocktails, draft and craft beers, house wine and wine on tap, as well as a Bloody Mary Bar for weekend brunch (7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday).
Haymaker will have a grab-and-go breakfast on weekdays (pastries by Ashley Anna Tuttle, formerly of Amelie’s, egg sandwiches and coffee from an Italian espresso machine), weekend brunch and dinner.
There’s also a cafe area where lunch and weekend brunch are served.
The Hadids have a history of synching up their style—they have also been known to do weekend brunch together in off-duty denim.
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Origin and Etymology of brunch
First Known Use: 1895See Words from the same year
BRUNCH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of brunch for English Language Learners
: a meal that combines breakfast and lunch and that is usually eaten in late morning
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