June 3, 2019

The Best Brunch in Provo

Hruska's Kolaches - Cheap Breakfast

This place is dang good. If you go in the morning on Saturday from 8:00-9:00, you may need to wait in a line that spans two additional buildings while waiting on the sidewalk. Weekdays are generally safe and the line moves quickly since checking out is just about as fast as putting rolls into a paper bag. The menu is extremely simple because they only sell kolaches as you can see in the display window below. In case you don't know what kolaches are, they are pastries that have a harder shell with a doughy middle filled with savory meat/vegan blends or savory fruit blends. They are very fun to eat and you only need to have one or two for a full meal. Each kolach costs $3.00. Kids, adults, and families love it. The food is freshly baked and is fast to eat in a very convenient location on Center St. in Provo. It's open at 6:30 and closes at noon.

Communal inside Ambience
Chewy, filling goodness
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Communal - Fine Provo Saturday Brunch

Provo is not a big city and it doesn't pretend to be. But if you're in town and want a brunch that is more big city, upscale, or just to impress a date, Communal is the place to go.

At Communal, they have a designated Saturday Brunch Menu that offers you your avocado toast, thick fried french toast, eggs benedict, scones with
honey butter, and local farm organic breakfast specials. For eating brunch here, you should expect to pay around $16 per person. Communal also offers loose leaf tea and coffee This is a great place for eating healthy, unhealthy, and for enjoying a flavorful meal in a more polished atmosphere. If you go during prime hours, you can expect a wait but nothing extraordinary unless it's graduation week. Brunch is Saturday served from 9 am to 2 pm.

Cubby's - Best Brunch Near BYU

Cubby's offers one of the best breakfasts close to campus. You can expect to pay about $10 per person and be very satisfied with a meal that is better and fresher than Denny's or IHOP. See photos below.

At Cubbys, you can find an awesome breakfast burrito, pancakes, quinoa porridge, thick french toast, and other hearty options. For a full menu click here. Their breakfast is open from 8-11am Monday-Friday and 8-12am Saturday. If you come in for lunch, the Tri-Tip Steak Sandwich and the Dragonslayer Burger are the most popular grabs, and in my opinion, the most tasty items on the menu. That being said, I usually go for their salads than anything else because the taste is great, it's healthy, and you can avoid the carbs for a Keto lunch.


After exploring all of the brunch spots in Provo, check out more tasty options in the Avenues,
Park City, and Sugarhouse neighborhoods.

3 comments on “The Best Brunch in Provo”

  1. […] Looking for brunch in Salt Lake City? Well, we have you covered! This blog covers four of our favorite brunch hot spots in the Avenues and Downtown Salt Lake City area. First up is Avenues Proper, which is apart of the Proper Brewing Company and is a favorite among locals. Second is Market Street Grill - Downtown, which is an established spot in the heart of downtown. The third is RYE Salt Lake, which is a super-hip spot with delicious plates. Our fourth and final brunch spot is Pig & A Jelly Jar, which sources many of its ingredients from local partners and is dog-friendly! Additionally, we have detailed some of our favorites in Sugarhouse, Park City, and Provo. […]

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