Neighborhood Sugarhouse Brunch
Looking for a great Sugarhouse brunch? From mimosas, a light meal, unique bites and nosh we have you covered. Sugarhouse in SLC is a great place to start your own breakfast club as the special “eats” are endless. Food around sugarhouse is abundant, but I’ve narrowed it down to four of my favorite places for brunch in the area.
1588 E Stratford Avenue Salt Lake City, Utah
Looking for a neighborhood sugrahouse brunch spot in Utah? Look no further than Stratford Proper located in Sugarhouse. This restaurant around sugarhouse boasts a unique café feel. Nosh on a variety of small plates or go big with their breakfast meals. They serve unique pastries and have a full beverage menu- including their famous proper brews. Meal pricing is average, most large plates range between 12-15 dollars. This brunch spot near SLC has an outdoor seating area perfect for spring and summer dining. They are even listed as one of Salt Lake’s dog friendly patio eateries. Check out their brunch menu here. Brunch reservations are recommended for parties larger than five.
931 E 900 S
Salt Lake City, Utah 84109
If you love Publik coffee you will love their kitchen in the 9th and 9th area of sugarhouse. They have taken their small coffee menu and upgraded it to full on brunch at this location. Publik coffee has teamed up with local partners to bring you delish menu items like French Toast and Hash to appease those mid-morning hunger. They also have BLT and Chicken Salad Melt to make any lunch better and tastier. I personally recommend the avocado toast. This may sound basic, but trust me you’ll thank me later. The atmosphere is cute and low frills keeping true to the 9th and 9th vibe.
2005 E 2700th S Salt Lake City, UT 84109
Looking for food around Sugarhouse? How about an authentic Jewish deli in Utah? Believe it or not this sugarhouse restaurant is deli done right. Try one of their deli sandwiches featuring a half pound of meat. If you’re looking for a smaller bite, get there early to snag a freshly baked bagel with shmear. I recommend trying the matzo ball soup, it’s just like “Bubbie” use to make. This family run business is a community staple. When you walk in you are often greeted by the owners or their children who help serve guests. If you can’t make it for brunch consider visiting in the evening as each week they feature entertainment. Check their home page for the schedule.
1291 S 1100E Salt Lake City, UT 84105
Hub & Spoke Diner. This unique restaurant in sugarhouse serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, plus wine, beer, spirits, craft cocktails and boozy shakes, 7 days a week. All their high-quality ingredients are sourced from local Utah farmers and artisans. In-house, fresh made breads & pastries, shakes & Ice-cream specials, house-made sausage, house-smoked bacon and more. They also have a full espresso bar and coffee shop inside the diner. The atmosphere is light, but come hungry because portions are healthy. They also offer an interesting list of spirits. Consider trying the lavender or raspberry mimosa. Don’t worry if you can’t make it for brunch, breakfast items are severed all day. The shrimp and grits are a fan favorite.