Did you know that brunch originated from the upper-class British tradition of hunting luncheons?
In between rousing the foxes, everyone would gather for a decadent early lunch featuring meat, egg dishes, and an array of adult beverages.
Brunch came to the United States in the 1920s. Today, it's served at restaurants across the country, including those around Chandler.
BLD boasts that that locally owned just tastes better. The restaurant's name stands for Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and it's south Chandler's newest dining destination. It features a contemporary setting complete with roll-up windows that overlook the stylish patio. In the kitchen, the chefs make farm-fresh meals from scratch. Offerings include omelets, breakfast meatloaf hash, and fried chicken & waffles.
CORNISH PASTY CO.
If you're looking for a different type of brunch destination, head to the Cornish Pasty Co. It opens daily at 11:00 a.m., and got its start in Tempe. Founder Dean Thomas grew up in Saltash, Cornwall where he used to eat five pasties a week. He opened the restaurant to share both his passion and delicious creations with others. Cornish pasties originated in Cornwall, England in the 13th century. At that time, they were baked by the wives and mothers of the tin miners. This dish came to the United States in the 1800s when the miners immigrated looking for work. At the restaurant, guests can enjoy choices such as lamb & mint, bangers & mash, and chicken pot pie.
At Over Easy, you'll find modern twists on classic brunch dishes. It features a retro diner vibe, along with warm, attentive service. Travel & Leisure says the restaurant serves "one of America's best brunches," and it has been featured on Diners, Drive-ins & Dives. Meals include chilaquiles, green chile pork & grits, and cheddar jalapeno biscuits.
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