6 Brunch Restaurants in Flagstaff to Visit this Weekend

Flagstaff is an increasingly popular spot to flock to for the weekends – especially when it gets hot in the valley. And what would a weekend trip be without some great brunch?

Luckily, Flag is a great place to grab the brunch of your dreams. Whether you’re in the mood for something sweet and decadent like french toast or something savory like a burrito or burger, you’re sure to find something you like here.

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But we can all agree, the best part of any brunch is the day drinking. We’ve selected some of the best restaurants in Flagstaff to do just this – eat and drink on a late weekend morning.

Read on to learn a bit about our top picks!

Collins Irish Pub & Grill

2 N Leroux St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 214-7363
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Looking for brunch with bottomless mimosas and bloody marys? Try out Collins Irish Pub & Grill.

Collins is actually rated one of the best pubs in Arizona, so you won’t want to miss the bottomless deals here. Typically serving drinks, bar food, and classic Irish dishes, Collins offers a brunch special on Saturdays and Sundays.

Located in the heart of downtown Flagstaff, this is a great place to grab some brunch and wander around the shops after.

Get bottomless blood marys or mimosas with penny refills for only $19.95 with food or $29.95 alone!

Josephine’s Modern American Bistro

503 N Humphreys St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 779-3400
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With a wide variety of brunch selections to choose from, Josephine’s Modern American Bistro is a great place to stop by for brunch.

This restaurant has options ranging from pancakes to poboys and is sure to have something no matter what you’re in the mood for. Be sure to try the lemon ricotta french toast or the cubano roasted pork sandwich.

Don’t forget to sip on a $6 mimosa or bloody mary while you’re at it!

Over Easy

2500 S Woodlands Village Blvd Suite #27, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
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If you’re looking for a little less traditional brunch, head on over to Over Easy.

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This popular spot has some amazing (even some T.V. famous) breakfast options as well as brunch and lunch selections. Try out a wolfpack or the breakfast burger to get the best of both worlds.

Be sure to also grab a mimosa, bloody mary, or morning cocktail while you’re there. Over Easy has seven different mimosa varieties and three bloody marys!

Not to fret, if you can’t choose just one mimosa, you can try four with a mimosa flight!

Toasted Owl Cafe

12 S Mikes Pike St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 774-5326
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Open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Toasted Owl Cafe is a great place to grab brunch at nearly anytime of the day.

With a large outdoor seating area, Toasted Owl is a great place to take advantage of the beautiful Flagstaff weather.

Serving breakfast classics with a twist as well as many vegan and gluten-free options, this restaurant will please everyone in your party. Try out the proscuitto and brie omelette, breakfast tamales, or hemp burger.

Don’t forget to grab a mimosa or bloody mary with your brunch. They’re only $3 and $8-12 respectively every day!

Brandy’s Cafe

18 S Beaver St, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Phone: (928) 774-8301
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Located in a small shop in the heart of downtown Flagstaff, Brandy’s Cafe is a great place to get your brunch on.

This spot is a wonderful place to grab some of your classic brunch favorites. We recommend trying out the proscuitto/avo benedict, the Swedish oat pancakes, or the southwest vegan burrito.

However, the star of the brunch here is Brandy’s daytime cocktails. This includes a mimosa flight, bloody marys, Irish coffee, and more!

Tourist Home All Day Cafe

52 S San Francisco St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Phone: (928) 779-2811
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Rounding out our list is the one of the local favorites, Tourist Home All Day Cafe.

Also located downtown, you’ll have plenty of time to take in the charm of Flagstaff after grabbing brunch here.

With a mixture of breakfast, lunch, pastries, and morning cocktails, this spot has everything you could ever want from brunch. Be sure to try out the chicken and biscuits or annex burger while you’re there.

Don’t forget to try an a.m. cocktail while you eat like the whiskey chai, sophisticated agreement, or mimosa if you’re feeling more traditional!

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Written by Tess Stafford

Tess Stafford is an undergraduate at Northern Arizona University studying journalism. She grew up in Phoenix and now lives in Flagstaff. Tess enjoys eating out with friends or family frequently and is always on the lookout for restaurants with gluten-free options!