Brunch in Fayetteville

Nothing is better on vacation than sleeping in and then taking in a leisurely breakfast. With so much to do in Fayetteville, you’ll want to be sure you’re charged up before you explore.

From greasy dives to white-linen tablecloths, brunch locations in Fayetteville are as varied as the delicious dishes they serve. Whether its eggs Benedict, breakfast tacos, fresh fruit, pancakes, quiche, muffins, omelets or whatever, we all have a preference when it comes to brunch — and everyone is right! Luckily for you, there’s a restaurant in Fayetteville just waiting, serving up an amazing version of your favorite dish.

There are many places here to get a great brunch, but below are a few suggestions for some local flavor in the a.m.

Prelude Breakfast Bar - 509 W. Spring

"Brunch without booze is just a lonely breakfast", says the menu, which includes fresh ingredients from the family farm and refreshing drinks. Start your day off right with a flight of pancakes and one of their thai chili blood marys.

Café Rue Orleans - 1150 N. College

Award-winning Sunday brunch with a Cajun flavor. Creole shrimp and grits is a great place to start, and beignets are a great place to end.

Emelia’s Kitchen - 309 W. Dickson

You’ll want to try the gourmet omelets, but it’s hard to resist the eggs Benedict. For those with a sweet tooth, they offer stuffed french toast and chocolate chip pancakes. Brunch is served Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Dirty Apron Bakehouse - 245 N. Church

Right off Dickson Street, this bakery specializes in making naturally leavened sourdough. Thanks to a process based on mid-19th century French techniques, their loaves are full in flavor. Toasts and pastries rotate daily.

Little Bread Company - 116 N. Block

Breakfast sandwiches come on croissants, focaccia or bagels, so everybody’s happy. Located between Dickson Street and the Historic Downtown Square, it's the perfect place to grab a bite before heading to the Farmer's Market.

Rick’s Iron Skillet - 1131 S. School

Breakfast is served all day if you prefer to get your biscuits and gravy on your own schedule. Or dare to get the Blazing Inferno Omelet from this popular breakfast spot, running for over 25 years.

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