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Wichita’s best brunch deals

The carving station at Scotch & Sirloin never disappoints.

America’s penchant for combining names has created no stronger, or better, word than brunch—that magical time between breakfast and lunch when you want to order the strangest combinations, and no restaurant serves them.

Except on weekends, of course.

That’s when menus get a little wild, a little crazy, and a whole lot tasty as diners enjoy eggs and grits and fruit with their chicken and green beans. Check out these Wichita establishments catering to your unique cravings:


Bob & Luigi’s

Sunday, noon-2 p.m.,  $7.95 adults/$3.95 ages 3-10/3 and under free

Lots of pizza, so you can enjoy a variety of tastes, one slice at a time. That includes dessert pizza and calzones, too!

  • 4559 N. Woodlawn, (316) 744-9510

Bonefish Grill

Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., a la carte pricing

It’s filet mignon and lobster eggs served with crab/asparagus omelets and French toast to start your day.

  • 10250 E 13th St., (316) 315-0299

Caesar’s Table

Sunday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., $14.95 adults/half price for ages 4-12/ 3 and under free

The chef at Caesar’s Table runs a buffet throughout the week, so you know when Sunday rolls around, the selection is going to be worth it. There’s usually a surprise or two, but we’ve seen photos of some dynamite cinnamon rolls we’d bet our daily calories shows up frequently!

  • 125 N. Market St., (316) 946-5879

China Inn

Sunday, 12 p..m.-3 p.m., a la carte

Brunch goes Asian with this special menu that includes soup, egg roll, mandus and fried rice with the Chinese dishes and a vegetable, French fires, salad and choice of ranch or French dressing with your salad on American entrees. Only the shrimp with cashews is more than $9.95.

  • 4605 E Central Ave. (316) 618-0090

Dempsey’s Biscuit Co.

Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., a la carte pricing

Is it truly considered brunch if you don’t order chicken and waffles? Luckily, at Dempsey’s, that’s a moot question. If the dizzying array of chicken and biscuit options here don’t appeal, you can always order the vegetarian quiche.

  • 3425 Douglas St., (316) 260-8579

Doodah Diner

Sunday, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. $19.99 adults/$9.99 kids/free ages 6 and under

Homemade southern cookin’ on stereoids!  It’s everything that earned Doodah honor as Wichita Magazine’s best breakfast spot in our city for three years and counting. And this buffet includes your drink.

  • 206 E. Kellogg St., (316) 265-7011
  • Call-ahead seating recommended

Golden Corral

Monday – Thursday, 9:20 a.m-2 p.m.; Friday-Sunday, 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m; $8.99  adults

Grab a plate, it’s time for coffee cake! And strawberry cheesecake French toast and sausage and egg skillets and made-to-order omelets and …

  • 616 S Ridge Rd., (316) 945-5100
  • 11006 E Kellogg St., (316) 686-0669

Hereford House

Sunday, 10 a.m-11 a.m: $14.95 adults/$8.95 kids; 11 a.m.-3 p.m.: $16.95 adult/$9.99 kids.

Here’s your waffle bar, folks, along with a prime rib carving station. They didn’t leave out the chicken and seafood entrees, either.

  • 1400 Terradyne (Andover), (316) 733-7800
  • Reservations recommended

Hyatt Harvest Kitchen Sunday Brunch

Sunday, 7 a.m. to noon for the breakfast buffet which runs $15.50, and 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a la carte brunch menu.

  • 400 W. Waterman Street, Wichita, KS 67202
  • Reservations are not necessary, but are always welcome

Lola’s Bistro

Sunday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.,  a la carte pricing

The breakfast-lunch mashup with a French twist, with a spotlight on delicacy meats.

  • 2146 N. Collective Lane, (316) 613-2221
  • Reservations recommended

Magoos Bar and Grill

Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., a la carte pricing

Stop in and see what surprises await when a bar and grill goes off menu. Definitely expect drink specials to accompany your savings!

  • 2304 S. Oliver St., (316) 612-9600

Newport Grill

Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., $21 adults/$9 kids

You’ll love discovering your station in life here: the pancake station, the carving station, the omelet station. Throw in some zesty pasta, seafood paella, maybe some French green beans and grab a lakeside view table on the patio.

  • 900 N. Rock Rd., (316) 636-955

Sienna Tuscan Steakhouse

Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., a la carte pricing

Brunch goes upscale with egg white frittatas, pastries, avocado toast, and duck-in-a-hole (that’s a duck egg, brioche, oyster mushroom, water cress and sweet potato, for the curious).

  • 104 S. Broadway St., (316) 440-5300
Brunch at Soul Sisters Fusion — a weekly treat.

Soul Sisters Fusion

Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., $14 adults/$6 kids age 6-10/free ages 5 and under

A typical start to the week at Soul Sisters Fusion: smoked pork, macaroni and cheese, biscuits and gravy, caramel apple French toast, house-made sausage, rosemary chicken, fresh fruit, sauteed vegetables, prime rib … need we say more?

  • 1812 W. Douglas St., (316) 558-5311

Spear’s Restaurant and Pie Shop

Sunday, 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m., $11.49 adults/half-price for kids ages 6-10/free ages five and under

Yep, there’s fried chicken and carved roast and all the fixin’s. There’s breakfast meats and eggs and toast. But the unlimited homemade pies are what make this brunch one for the ages. It’s also a bargain at under $12, so be sure to get there early!

  • 4323 W Maple St., (316) 943-2783

Sweet Basil

Sunday, 11 a.m. -2:30 p.m. $15.95 adults/1/2 price kids 10 and under

When the regular menu includes everything from pasta to seafood and steaks, calamari appetizers and sesame cashew salads, you know the brunch is worth checking out!

  • 2424 N. Woodlawn Blvd., (316) 651-0123

Two Brothers BBQ & Sports Bar

Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., $14.99

Who says BBQ can’t adapt for breakfast? This legendary Hickory Smoked BBQ does go with omelets and cinnamon rolls—try it and see!

  • 6730 W. Central, (316) 440-4077

Two Olives/Olive Tree

Sunday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., buffet: $17 adults/ $15 seniors/$9 ages 5-12/free ages 4 and under

A veritable smorgasbord to appeal to various palettes, ranging from Lebanese dishes (who turns down hummus?) to Creole rice and BBQ ribs and fried shrimp.

  • 2949 N. Rock Rd., (316) 681-1100
  • Reservations recommended

The Anchor

Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., a la carte pricing

Lots of comfort food here, including chicken and biscuit debris, biscuits and locally made jam, sausage gravy and fries, and a brunch burger. Be aware that during reconstruction, management reports that the menu is slimmed down, but the Bloody Mary bar is still in effect.

  • 1109 E. Douglas Ave., (316) 260-8989

The Hill Bar and Grill

Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., a la carte pricing

Onion rings, chicarones, chicken wings, tacos, breakfast burritos, Cobb salad, and, yes, eggs Benedict. Your meal, your choice!

  • 4800 E. Douglas Ave., (316) 201-1190

The Wine Dive

Sunday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m, a la carte pricing

Blueberry French toast, lobster hash, biscuits and gravy, salmon wrap, or quiche of the day. You do you!

  • 4714 E. Douglas Ave., (316) 613-2772


Sunday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m., $17.50 adults/$7.50 for ages 6-12/free ages 5 and younger

Buffets lose none of the elegant presentation at Twelve. Diners highly recommend the eggs Benedict.

  • 12111 W. Maple, ( 316) 440-2812
  • Reservations recommended

Yaya’s Eurobistro

Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., $19.95

It’s a trip around the world with Belgian waffles, a Euro crepe bar, and seasonal salads and fruits. Don’t worry—American breakfasts are also represented on the menu.

  • 8155 E. 21st N., (316) 634-1000
  • Reservations recommended

Zaytun Bistro

Sunday, 11 a.m-3 p.m., $15.95 adults/$9.95 kids 5-9/free 4 and under

It’s a Turkish, Mediterranean, and Indian flavor to celebrate passing from morning into afternoon. You’ll want to stay all day.

  • 2020 N Woodlawn, Suite 300, (316) 361-5061

Did we miss one? Leave a comment below and let us know!

(Times, prices and menu items subject to change. Call ahead for up-to-the-minute information.)

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