America's Best Brunches

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Courtesy of Over Easy

No meal stirs our passions quite like brunch, and these restaurants do it best.

Over Easy Café: Phoenix

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Cheery yellow walls, 50s-diner styling, and a belly-filling menu by father-and-son team Brad and Aaron May make waking up in Phoenix a little less painful, no matter what time you rise (doors open at 6:30 a.m.). Here, the food is down-home but the devil is in the details: local, farm-fresh eggs arrive daily, and almost everything, from the country and red-eye gravies to the biscuits and the caramel sauce (for banana French toast) is made from scratch. Brioche from down the road is the foundation for fried egg with sautéed spinach and jus, topped with bacon and scallions.

Standout Dish: Waffle Dogs—three breakfast sausages on sticks, dipped in waffle batter and fried to a golden brown.

4730 E. Indian School Rd.; (602) 468-3447; eatatovereasy.com; open daily, no reservations

America's Best Brunches

Over Easy Café: Phoenix

Cheery yellow walls, 50s-diner styling, and a belly-filling menu by father-and-son team Brad and Aaron May make waking up in Phoenix a little less painful, no matter what time you rise (doors open at 6:30 a.m.). Here, the food is down-home but the devil is in the details: local, farm-fresh eggs arrive daily, and almost everything, from the country and red-eye gravies to the biscuits and the caramel sauce (for banana French toast) is made from scratch. Brioche from down the road is the foundation for fried egg with sautéed spinach and jus, topped with bacon and scallions.

Standout Dish: Waffle Dogs—three breakfast sausages on sticks, dipped in waffle batter and fried to a golden brown.

4730 E. Indian School Rd.; (602) 468-3447; eatatovereasy.com; open daily, no reservations

Courtesy of Over Easy
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