Sunday brunchin’ is the best way/only way to start any fall day. When you brunch at Parkside Meadow your champagne flute and belly can both be full for a ridiculously reasonable price.
We’re not kidding. We’re totally serious.
Before a day of apple picking, cider tasting, foliage hiking, or fall festival-ing, a hearty brunch is an absolute must. Don’t worry Bills fans, when the game is on the TVs are too. #BillsMafia over e.v.e.r.y.t.h.i.n.g.
So, what’s on the menu at Parkside? Huge omelets, homemade crepes, and 100% real maple syrup. The menu items are made fresh and from scratch. Spoiler alert- Everything on their menu is under $11.
Do you have a sweet tooth? No shame, we do too. There’s a Panettone French Toast calling your name. Sweet Italian bread + whipped mascarpone Grand Marnier butter + 100% real maple syrup = sugar heaven.
If savory brunch is more your style, the Jumbotta is most definitely worth a try. This traditional Italian breakfast is a popular pick, and features scrambled eggs, potatoes, peppers and onions, and house made Italian sausage topped with mozzarella cheese. This is a need, not a want as far as we’re concerned.
Gluten-free foodies are in luck, too! Parkside’s brunch menu has options for you, including English muffins available for eggs benedict, gluten-free rye, and gluten-free kaiser rolls. Thanks guys!
Start your Sunday Funday the Buffalo way aka the best way aka with multiple mimosas, which is why we’re loving that Parkside Meadow has 3 for $10 mimosas with oj OR apple cider. #fallfeels
Friends, keep in mind brunchin’ at Parkside Meadow is only a Sunday activity (no Saturdays). Step 1- group text your favorite fellow brunchers and get a Parkside brunch, or three on your fall calendar. Did we mention the 3 for $10 mimosas?!