Head to Quinn’s On The Corner for an Afternoon Brunch
If you love brunch but hate having to roll out of bed before noon on the weekend, treat yourself to the later brunch at Quinn’s On The Corner. This sports pub believes brunch should be served all day long, which is why its kitchen churns out waffles and eggs Benedict from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday.
Regardless of when you make it to brunch, start with the challah French toast sticks or the tot and fry basket. While you nibble on the appetizer, choose your main course. You can opt for a BALT, a traditional bacon, lettuce, and tomato sandwich with the addition of avocado and garlic aioli. Perhaps you’re craving something sweet, in which case the Belgian waffle with whipped cream, fresh fruit, and powdered sugar is a solid option. If you can’t decide between savory or sugary, the chicken and waffle is a bit of both. It showcases buttermilk fried chicken breast over a Belgian waffle with maple chicken jus.