Sunday is World Vegetarian Day and to celebrate, we’ve gathered a list of brunch spots around city to toast a veg-friendly dining experience.
Wild Eggs, locations in Downtown, Kenwood and Oakley. Offers a accumulation of healthy vegetarian choices. Our pick: Wild fungus and roasted garlic scramble.
Maplewood Kitchen and Bar, 525 Race St., Downtown. Choice of several vegetarian options. Our pick: Quinoa cakes.
Northside Yacht Club, 4231 Spring Grove Ave., Northside. Relax on a square with some Killer Tofu and a Bender-Ender cocktail. Boom.
Nation, 1200 Broadway, Pendleton. Go for a unfounded mimosas, stay for a breakfast burrito, that can be done vegetarian on request.
Spoon Cellar, 701 Broadway, Downtown. Tucked divided inside a Holiday Inn on a corner of a city, this grill is somewhat off a beaten path but offers some juicy vegetarian options. Our pick: Crustless quiche.
Metropole, 609 Walnut St., Downtown. Located inside 21C hotel, this restaurant’s brunch specials are as engaging as a contemporary art inside. Our pick: Brioche French toast.
Sleepy Bee Cafe, locations in Oakley and Blue Ash. Not usually does Sleepy Bee have excellent vegetarian choices, they offer a smashing vegan tofu scramble.
Molly Malone’s Irish Pub, locations in Covington and Pleasant Ridge. Stop in on diversion day and suffer intercourse with associate fans. Our pick: Biscuits and vegetarian sausage gravy.
Taste of Belgium, locations in Over-the-Rhine, The Banks, Clifton and Rookwood. You simply can't go wrong with Belgian waffles, right?
Hangover Easy, 13 W. Charlton St., Corryville. With menu sections called “The Morning After” and “Between a Sheets,” this place gets tip outlines for amusement as good as vegetarian choice. Our pick: Struggling To Get Up (pancakes with choice of chocolate chips or anniversary fruit).
Cheapside, 326 E. 8th St., Downtown. Sadly no drink on offer here, though their Challah French toast is flattering most to die for.
Green Dog Cafe, 3543 Columbia Parkway, Columbia-Tusculum. This renouned brunch mark has several tasty vegetarian offerings, including a Rossz Kutya burrito.
Katharina’s Cafe-Konditorei, 736 Washington St., Newport. Offers an authentic German menu with European coffee and pastries. The brotchen with sugar and jelly is unbeatable.