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Jul 25, 2006 04:19 AM

KC brunch

What are everyone's favorite KC brunches? :)

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  1. Used to be a placed called V's Italian resturant on 40 HWY that served a really good brunch. I have not eaten there in years, and don't even know if it is still around.

    1. I haven't really found a place that I'm completely smitten with for brunch/ breakfast yet. Of course, sometimes by the time I'm up and ready, it's time for lunch, but that's a whole other story! ;-)

      V's is still around, but I've never eaten there.

      I used to really like Yahooz brunch buffet, but the last time I was there, it wasn't anything to write home about. So, I don't know if it's changed or if I've changed!

      I've really been wanting to try Peachtree's buffet, but haven't talked anyone into going with me yet!

      I hope other people respond, because I would like to find a great breakfast/ brunch place also!

      1. As long as it's not broiling hot (their A/C is a bit iffy), Succotash (in the River Market) is a great bet for breakfast or brunch. I've also heard good things about Tomfooleries' (on the Plaza) Sunday brunch buffet, but never experienced it for myself.

        1. Bluebird Cafe
          17th & Summit

          Classic Cup
          on the Plaza

          Bo Ling's has dim sum brunch on Saturday and Sunday at their 50th & Main (Board of Trade) venue and also at one or more of their suburban locations.

          1. We've been to dim sum at BoLings at the Plaza location 3 times in the last month. It was wonderful each time. We were told by one of the servers that the new chef is from Shanghai and is introducing new items every week. We had some great vegetable offerings, water spinach with garlic, tofu with cashews, and an amazing pickled cabbage with lemon zest. We also had a rice cake sweet that was quite like marzipan. The rice cakes were shaped and colored like little pumpkins and pears. They were filled with something similar to egg custard. Every time we go there is something new to try. We could go every week and enjoy it every time.