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Best Brunch

Kooper’s Tavern

1702 Thames St., (410) 563-5423, Web site

Posted 9/22/2004

All right, we’ll admit. We’ve been holding out on you guys. We’ve known for quite some time what a great brunch Kooper’s Tavern serves and we’ve been keeping it to ourselves. It’s just so hard to find a good brunch spot in this town where you can still get a table. But we couldn’t hold it in any longer. The brunch at Kooper’s is just too damn good. Its brunch menu is fairly small, but everything on it is excellent, from the savory Creole omelet with andouille sausage, diced tomatoes, Monterey Jack cheese, and marinara sauce to the deliciously sweet cinnamon and vanilla Tavern toast. And you get a lot for your buck. The omelets, which range from $9 to $11, are huge and come with potatoes, an English muffin, an array of fruit, and your choice of either apple-wood bacon or sausage. We’ve rarely been able to finish these feasts. The service is always friendly without being more obtrusive than our hangovers will permit. But best of all, you can almost always get a seat right away, or at least you could until we mentioned it just now.

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Other Awards for Best Brunch:

the Wine Market, 9/16/2009

Gertrude's, 9/17/2008

Two Sisters Grille, 9/19/2007

Red Star, 9/20/2006

Midtown Yacht Club, 9/21/2005

Ze Mean Bean Café, 9/19/2001

Blue Moon Café, 9/13/2000

Café Pangea, 9/15/1999

Blue Moon Café, 9/17/1997

Loco Hombre, 9/18/1996

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