Recent Examples of brunch from the Web
O-B House Fort Lauderdale’s longtime favorite brunch spot should do killer service during early games.
Offer up these savory pies as appetizers, picnic snacks, or even brunch.
In October, the distillery restarts its monthly Bloody Mary brunch through spring.
There are also plans afoot for a weekend brunch and a pop-up oyster bar.
For more of a party all night feel, head to Harbor East, a new all-in-one venue for those who hope their boozy brunch turns into dinner and dancing on tables.
Sunday brunch offerings will be announced at a later date.
Pure decadence What Michael Bay is to explosions, The Four Seasons’ Biltmore Resort in Santa Barbara is to Sunday brunch.
On Saturday, the festival takes place 1-8 p.m., with outdoor performances by Ken Ford, Eddie Baccus Jr., Drew Davidsen and more, and on Sunday, the event closes with a jazz brunch (2-4 p.m.) and all-star jam (7-9 p.m.).
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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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