Sundays are made for delicious brunches and in Little Rock, there are so many fantastic eateries offering the special meal, where do you go?
- Ashley's at the Capital Hotel, Markham and Louisiana Streets: Robinson said it's an ultimate fancy brunch venue in the state, offering a diverse brunch for patrons, ranging from Red Snapper with Edamame to Low Country favorite Ham Hocks, served with a spinach and mushroom omelet with mascarpone and potato hash. You can get a three-course $35 prix fixe meal that offers a range of appetizers to choose from.
- Delicious Temptations, N. 11220 Rodney Parham: West Little Rock's premier destination for breakfast, Delicious Temptations lets you select from a variety of gourmet omelets, Eggs Benedict, French toast and pancakes, plus much more. Its Eggs Temptation is probably the most well-known item on the menu.
- Loca Luna, 3519 Old Cantrell Rd.: This major hot spot for brunch, located in Riverdale, offers a delicious mix of American breakfast classics and Ark-Mex dishes. Start off with a Mango Mimosa, Robinson suggested, and choose from a variety of entrees like the Old-Fashioned Arkansas Country Breakfast and the French Toast with Roasted Pecans Orange-Infused Maple Syrup, plus much more.
- Bar Louie, 11525 Cantrell Rd.: Situated in the Pleasant Ridge Town Center in west Little Rock, this urban bar offers a pretty stellar brunch on Sunday with such delicious plates as the Eggs Benedict and the Morning After. Something else that steals the show-- complimentary Bag O'Donuts.
- The Root Cafe, 1500 S. Main St.: The tiny vegan and vegeterian spot in the South Main District draws a huge crowd on Sunday, offering items like the Steak and Egg on a Boulevard Bread Co. Dry Jack and Rosemary Challah roll, which Robinson said was a "masterpiece of two-handed consumption," as well as the Shiitake Benedict and chicken and waffles.
- Cafe Bossa Nova, 2701 Kavanaugh Blvd.: The Brazilian joint puts a spin on the traditional brunch with its delicious offering of frittatas, Robinson's favorite Mineirinho and paneis, deep-fried fritters with fruit or meat fillings, plus many more authentic dishes.
Get more scoop on these fabulous brunch places in Soiree's full write-up here.