When we travel, breakfast is usually a simple box of cereal or a free complimentary breakfast in the hotel (the kind with the make your own waffles!). Occasionally we will go out for breakfast, but most of the time we make lunch or dinner our big meal.
We were invited to eat brunch at Broad Street Grille, The Chattanoogan’s restaurant.
This is not your typical Sunday brunch, my friends.
This award-winning Champagne Brunch has everything from the waffles and bacon that you would expect at most Sunday brunches to stuffed French toast, Southern Eggs Benedict with Fried Green Tomatoes, and hashbrown casserole. In addition to a myriad of delicious breakfast foods, there was also a fully stocked salad bar, braised pork shoulder, potatoes, salmon, chicken and more. There are fruits and an array of different cheeses.
There is also a dessert bar with cakes, bars, and the most delicious banana pudding I have ever had. Seriously. And of course no brunch would be complete without mimosas, which are unlimited!
If you have a gluten issue, everything is clearly marked if it is gluten free. My husband adheres to a strict gluten free (and beyond) regimen and often has a problem finding something to eat that fits within his dietary restrictions when we are at a restaurant. This brunch had plenty of options for him.
If you are in Chattanooga, I highly recommend the Champagne Brunch even if you aren’t staying at The Chattanoogan. The Chattanoogan is one of the last stops on the electric trolley if you are coming from Downtown Chattanooga.
The Champagne Brunch is offered Sundays from 11am to 2pm. Reservations are recommended. Adults can brunch for $21.95 and children can brunch for $11.95. Children under 6 eat free off of the kid’s menu.
Stop by Wanderlust and Lipstick for Wanderfood Wednesday. Have a snack ready though…the pictures of food will make your mouth water.
Disclosure: Thank you to The Chattanoogan for hosting us and inviting us to brunch.