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These are the top five Columbus brunch spots, according to 614 feast

These are the top five Columbus brunch spots, according to 614 feast

Anthony O'Connell

While Columbus has a lot of traditional brunch offerings, there are a select few that rise above the rest, landing a spot in the brunch hall of fame. These top-tier locales have set a high bar by whipping up super creative dishes, a palpable passion for what they do, and, above all, delivering a taste that is nothing short of amazing. Today, we’re venturing into my top five favorite brunch spots.

Gemüt Biergarten

Behold the best Bavarian pretzel in Columbus! It’s huge, freshly baked, and has just the right amount of saltiness. Add the bier cheese for an additional $4. For entrees, the hearty chicken schnitzel and Belgian waffles, or the crowd-pleasing Vegan Corned Beef Hash. And what’s a Bavarian feast without beer? Opt for a flight to try multiple German beers.

The Woodbury

With culinary creativity at its core, the menu here is a playground of flavors, featuring feasts such as Crab Rangoon dip, and biscuits smothered in brisket gravy. The showstopper? A Deep Fried PB & J, with a side of jelly sauce and banana praline for an extra touch of sweetness. And let’s face it, everything’s better with bacon – consider topping this feast with candied bacon for an additional $4.



An authentic Filipino restaurant, where every dish is a feast for both the eyes and the palate. Fried Chicken and Ube Waffles—a beautiful pairing of savory and sweet, topped with a drizzle of coconut caramel. Elevate your brunch experience by adding a side of longanisa (Filipino sausage) for an additional $4, and enjoy a true taste of the Philippines right here in Columbus.

Kitchen Social

Shrimp n’ Grits, featuring Shagbark white cheddar grits smothered in a creole sauce, Daily’s bacon and a cage-free poached egg. Or, if your sweet tooth is calling, answer with the Creme Brulee French Toast. Soft brioche is given a satisfying crunch with a caramelized top, Milligan’s syrup, almond brittle, seasonal berries, and a dollop of mascarpone cream.


I love Lindey’s for its beautiful space and great vibes. The menu, crafted from top-notch ingredients, is a delight. A standout is the Croque Madame: a toasted croissant with shaved ham, gruyere cheese, maple dijon, and mornay sauce, topped with a sunny-side egg and served with fresh fruit.

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