1. CommonwealthSkybar, Sunday 11am – 2pm (everything $11 or less!!)
CommonwealthSkybar is excited to guide you through a brunch experience you won’t soon forget, with affordable treats (everything $11 or less!) like with this brunch special: Eggs Florentine served on crispy potato & scallion rosti with sour cream remoulade and a side of fruit.
2. Petit Pois Restaurant, Sunday 10:30am – 2:30pm
Head to Petit Pois in the middle of the Charlottesville Downtown Mall and start your Sunday with their Petit Pois Restaurant Focaccia and Poached Eggs served with Rock Barn Canadian Bacon, local asparagus and hollandaise.
3. The Pigeon Hole, Weekdays 8am – 3pm, Weekends 9am – 3pm
Simple, classic and comfortable is what The Pigeon Hole is all about. They believe that everyone deserves tasty, nourishing nosh, like these Huevos Rancheros served with hash and ham!
4. West Main, Saturday 11am – 3pm, Sunday 10am – 3pm
In the heart of Charlottesville’s historic Midtown district, West Main serves up Southern-style favorites in a cozy, welcoming atmosphere. Go try their incredible Chocolate Chip Pancakes, and don’t forget your eggs and fruit.
5. Southern Way Cafe, Saturday 8am – 12pm, Sunday 8am – 3pm
Breakfast served the way you want it. Here are their Eggs in French Toast with local sausage links and fried potato cakes. Southern cooking at its finest!
6. La Taza, Saturday & Sunday 8am – 3pm
Great Drinks, Great Food, Great People, Great Times! La Taza is a coffee house. La Taza is a charming lunch spot. La Taza is the perfect place for a tasty urban brunch. La Taza is a trendy outdoor hangout for drinks during the warmer months. You must try their traditional Guatemalan breakfast: two eggs any style, refried black beans, grilled tomatoes & plantains, and queso fresco served with two flour tortillas.
7. Fardowners Restaurant, Sunday 10am – 2pm
Fardowners Restaurant takes its name from a group of Irish immigrants who labored for the Blue Ridge Railway Co. and helped construct four tunnels through the Blue Ridge Mountains during the decade before the Civil War. Go try their unique take on Huevos Rancheros: sunny side up eggs, potatoes, guacamole, sharp cheddar, salsa & pico sour cream over fried tortillas and black bean puree.
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