Knowing the hottest spots in town for Sunday specials is so important because it saves you loads of money. These spots each offer a cozy atmosphere and even better food, don’t pass up cheap eats! Here’s a list of the best spots for Sunday specials that you need to know about.
1. 1818 Chop House
1818 chop couse is known for the finest house butchered steaks, chops and the freshest seafood. However, we’re here to talk about their delicious brunch and their super affordable Sunday Specials. It truly is spectacular with a variety of options to choose from that would satisfy anyone’s palate. This fine dining establishment creates a culinary euphoria with its earthy abey
ance and unparalleled service. Great for Mother’s Day brunch, an afternoon with your girlfriends, a simple date, and so many other occasions. The Brunch menu, equipped with a kid’s menu, has everything from buttermilk pancakes to tacos! This sort of diversity in entre items has a homestyle feel while maintaining a quaint elegance! An all-time favorite is the Slow Roasted Prime Rib topped with smoked onion jam, crisp arugula, and horseradish cream on a roasted garlic provolone Italian roll. This meal was both satisfying and filling with its tender prime rib and savory flavors. If you’re going for something lighter on the stomach, the Burrata and Melon Caprese salad is for you! Dressed with cantaloupe, honeydew, watermelon, shaved prosciutto, mint, with Balsamic Reduction and Sweet Melon Vinaigrette drizzled overtop. All in all, this chophouse has what you need to soothe those brunch time needs Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.
In Edwardsville, enjoy a delightful brunch at 1818 Chophouse! Located on 210 Buchanan Edwardsville, IL 62025 in the town’s downtown.
2. The Wooden Nickel
The Wooden Nickel where they specialize in breakfast, brunch, and lunch is an old town pub with handcrafted woodwork and pristine oak floors. Perfect for a quick bite on a Saturday night, a business social or an event gathering, and or catching the afternoon game on one of the five flat screens TVs. Found on the quaint historic Main street of downtown Glen Carbon, IL. This place is known for its buffet style mimosa service, this cafe Sunday specials include bottomless mimosas (buffet included) for on $12 bucks from open until close! Pineapple, berries, melons, and various candies and juices line line stations in order for customers to serve themselves (waiter serves Champagne at customer’s table). Paired with waffles or a fresh breakfast burrito, your time at the Wooden Nickel is sure to be a culinary dream! Its rustic atmosphere ensures a casual vibe for a comfortably lazy brunch for locals nearby. With large windows and an open patio, guests enjoy the fall breeze, lively wind chimes, and the smell of the nearby pine with their heads held high while sniffing a deliciously sweet cappuccino.
Stop by Sunday through Thursday from 11:00 a.m. – 1 a.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 a.m. with a late-night menu available after 9 p.m.
3. Mike Shannon’s Grill
Mike Shannon’s Grill is teetering between classy and casual, the perfect place for a couple cold ones before the blues game or a for a delight glass of wine with friends after work. This is the second location of Mike Shannon’s Steaks and Seafood opened by the famed Cardinals broadcaster’s daughter, Pat Shannon-VanMatre and her son Gary VanMatre in March 2013. This location hosts brunch from Saturdays from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. with a few unbeatable Sunday specials!
Littered with hearty appetizers, traditional breakfast, sandwiches with beef, chicken, or turkey. The country omelet has to be the most scrumptious entrée of them all! This fan favorite Sunday special is filled with sausage, bacon, Cheddar and pepper jack, onion straws and finally breakfast potatoes. Your appetite will be satisfied! If you’re truly a meat lover top it off with a Bacon flavored Bloody Mary garnished with celery, with smoked salt and cracked pepper or an olive skewer if that’s more up your alley.
4. Sgt. Pepper’s Café
Sgt. Pepper’s Café is a Beatles themed restaurant that serves breakfast all day long! This café is family owned and operated, established in 1998 when the Samara family opened the first Sgt. Peppers Café in Springfield, Illinois. The first Edwardsville location opened in the fall of 2005 by Tarek Samara, a Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Alum. The restaurant offers a wide variety of menu items, one crowd pleaser is the horseshoes, which consists of your choice of meat served over toast, topped with fries and coated with melted cheese.
This is family friendly and casual, nice for an afternoon out with the kids or a quick bite after a jog, you can’t go wrong with Sgt Peppers for awesome Sunday specials! While diner style usually means greasy and poor quality, but they changed the meaning with the great tasting homestyle cooking many enjoy daily in downtown Edwardsville. Items are priced reasonably with most entrees’ straddles between $7 – $12 bucks, this Sunday special is unmatched! This café is a great choice for parties with mixed loyalties, breakfast vs. lunch goers. Open Sunday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. or Friday through Saturday 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. The only place in Edwardsville where you can enjoy breakfast all day, the homestyle pork bacon is something I personally crave and have to have for Sunday Brunch, hope to see you there!
5. Source Juicery
Source Juicery known as Edwardsville’s newest destination for clean eating! It’s taken the town by storm with cold-pressed juice, homemade smoothies and healthy food to-go. The employees believe in healthy eating and great-tasting foods. Located on 228 N. Main street, Source Juicery has created a menu with wholesome, unprocessed ingredients great for the entire family to enjoy. Their goal is to make your taste buds smile. Their green juice is loaded with spinach and pineapple, loaded with iron and sweet nectars, a personal favorite. Can’t forget to mention an all-time fan favorite during brunch, the Early Bird Smoothie! Infused with cold brew coffee, banana and tiger spice chai or various other options! These Sunday specials will surely get your day started.
There is a plethora of items on the Sunday specials menu to choose from and create the smoothie or parfait you desire. This Juicery provides a simple way for the community to detoxify and heal the body by flooding the system with nutrients antioxidants and active enzymes. Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday 6:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 3 p.m., or Sunday (Specials are available until 10:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. you can enjoy a appetizing smoothie bowl for lunch after your early morning run, a Sunday special you won’t want to miss!
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