From Poor Taste Magazine:
Los Angeles, May 3 — Poor Taste has released its list of the 100 Best Brunch Spots in America. Restaurants in the Top Ten include Austin’s Stubb’s Bar-B-Q, Los Angeles’ Bottega Louie, San Francisco’s Mission Beach Cafe and Foreign Cinema, Chicago’s Bongo Room and M. Henry, Nashville’s Fido, Denver’s Gaia Bistro, and Brooklyn’s Diner — with Clinton St. Baking Co. in New York City taking the top spot.
The cities of San Francisco, Atlanta, New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles are all heavily represented on the list with New Orleans, Denver, Austin, and Miami also making strong showings. The list is a worthy follow-up to last November’s list of the 100 Greatest Cult Restaurants in America, in which Chicago’s Hot Doug’s claimed the crown.
To celebrate the release of this unprecedented list, Poor Taste and Busy Beaver Button Company got together (over Bloody Marys and mimosas, of course) to create a limited edition six-pack of brunch buttons.
Poor Taste magazine is a national online food publication with local sites in San Francisco, Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles. The mission of Poor Taste is to explore food culture with great passion and zero pretense. The Poor Taste family is a motley bunch — vegans and carnivores, street food devotees and gourmands, world travelers and home cooks — that share a love of eating and a frustration with the status quo in food media. Our collective belief that culinary journalism should strive to provide a unique bridge between gourmet sensibilities and accessible, authentic, affordable cuisine has begat Poor Taste.
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