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Feb 21, 2009 12:10 PM

Twin Cities Brunch w/ young kids

It's my wife's birthday and she'd like a nice brunch with the family. The family means 3 kids under the age of 5, who are generally well behaved. I want to be considerate of other diners, and therefore, would like a place that's nice, not too fancy, and where kids are welcome. Any suggestions?

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  1. I always see kids when I brunch at Town Talk Diner. I think they have a great brunch, I especially like the hash and the eggs benedict (and the bloody marys).

    1. I would also consider the Good Day Cafe in St. Louis Park (the north side of 394 and Xenia).

      Good Day Cafe
      5410 Wayzata Blvd, Minneapolis, MN 55416

      1. Day by Day in St Paul. I see little ones there regularly and they have toys around.

        1. Maria's on Franklin might be a good bet. It's big, so you probably won't have to wait (I find having to wait for for a table the kiss of death with little ones--and a reason I would advise against Day by Day at a popular breakfast time). Maria's is pretty casual, bustling, has live music, and offers great food. Yummy corn pancakes.