Recent Examples of brunch from the Web
The restrictions meant that Bonsu could no longer play with his jazz ensemble at a weekly Sunday brunch.
Westport, CT Julia says: Set amongst ivy and plants growing out of the walls, Terrain has become both a brunch and date-night favorite for us.
The second is The Crafty Egg, which serves brunch, breakfast and lunch seven days a week.
Country singer Trisha Yearwood will host a Southern kitchen brunch.
Carly Wallace Carly showed us a beautiful Sunday morning at City Market, brunch at Farmhouse, exploring the West Bottoms during First Friday and capped off the day showing off one of her favorite views of the Missouri River.
Bidding will be competitive to take home auction swag including a private brunch catered by Hot Box Biscuit Club or a Florida vacation or maybe a makeover party with Dior Beauty.
The event concludes on Sunday with a brunch with Vivian Brodie of online auction house Paddle8, featuring a talk on modern collecting.
The New Orleans House of Blues canceled Saturday's concerts and Sunday's popular gospel brunch, according to Ticketmaster.
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Origin and Etymology of brunch
First Known Use: 1895See Words from the same year
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