BOGO brunch beverages are my favorite kind. Do you prefer light and bubbly, hot and spicy, or both? At 31 Club, just $8 gets you two pours. AND you can mix and match your drinks of choice. #blessed
Call us boujee, but we are one-hundred percent only starting brunch with bellinis from now on. The pretty n pink drink at is made with peach puree and Prosecco at 31 Club and the combo is light, fruity, and fizzy, and everything we could hope for from a brunch bevy on a sunny 80-degree day.
TBH we didn’t stop at the bellini. We may have opted for all of the above. The price point makes getting an afternoon buzz totally affordable. #worthit
And yes, we ate food too – eventually. The menu is fancy without the fancy price tag. Don’t let the white table cloths fool you – this brunch is affordable af. Specifically, our entrees ranged from $11 to $13.
- Italian Giambotta- Scrambled eggs, Italian sausage, potatoes, peppers, onions, toasted ciabatta
- Traditional Eggs Benedict- Poached eggs, toasted English muffin, peameal bacon, hollandaise, home fried potatoes
- French Toast- New York pure maple syrup, whipped cream, choice of applewood bacon or sausage
Choosing just one entree was difficult for me. I went with my first instinct. The Italian Giambotta is basically a pile of breakfast in a bowl. Starting the day with all my favorite flavors plus crunchy ciabatta bread made this a scrumptious choice.
French toast lovers, you can’t go wrong here. Coming in at 11 bucks and your breakfast meats are included, that’s a deal. Our only critique? More of that pure maple syrupy goodness next time.
Decadence makes eggs benedict a brunch table favorite. These poached eggs were firm, gooey, and runny in all the right places, and the sauce added just the right amount of lemony flavor. This comes with peameal bacon and if you’re into not-your-basic bacon, you may want to give this a try.
Club 31’s vibe is a little more classy, especially inside. The patio seating is my preference because it’s sunny and shaded. The entire outdoor space is beautifully adorned with flower baskets and boxes. Parking Pro Tip: There’s a lot for customers, so check there first. Even if you can’t find something there, there’s free street parking surrounding the restaurant.
The next time you’re feeling fancy but not rich, head to Club 31. This brunch spot skips the high price points while still creating a Sunday Funday experience that feels and tastes special.
31 North Johnson Park, Buffalo
Sunday Brunch from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.