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Sunday brunch between Farmington, MI and DTW

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Rheta Aug 4, 2012 06:12 PM

Hey there. Anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!

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  1. JanPrimus RE: Rheta Aug 5, 2012 04:47 AM

    Toasted Oak in Novi was just mentioning that they were gonna start to do Brunches. I would give them a call.

    Otherwise the only other decent breakfast place I can think of between the two is Breakfast Club on 10 Mile.

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      jjspw RE: JanPrimus Aug 5, 2012 04:30 PM

      I thought there was also a Breakfast Club in Farmington. Did it close?

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        JanPrimus RE: jjspw Aug 5, 2012 05:29 PM

        No the 10 Mile one is the Farmington location. It's on the south side of the road in a strip mall just east of I-275.

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          jjspw RE: JanPrimus Aug 6, 2012 11:19 AM

          Ah, you're right. I was thinking the Madison Heights location was on 10 Mile, but it's actually 13ish and John R.

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      BobRe RE: Rheta Aug 5, 2012 07:36 AM

      Beverly Hills Grill might be an option. Southfield Road and 13 Mile Road.

      http://beverlyhillsgrill.com/

      Bob

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        boagman RE: Rheta Aug 5, 2012 11:58 AM

        I'll throw Diamond Jim Brady's Bistro in Novi into the mix, even though I haven't had the brunch there myself. The kitchen definitely knows what they're doing, and the brunch menu is available on their website at www.djbistro.com but there's no buffet, if you wanted that.

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          VTB RE: Rheta Aug 5, 2012 12:40 PM

          I assume you already went today (vs next week). If not, I'll say +1 for Toasted Oak, and add ShangriLa on Orchard Lake (Dim Sum).

          1. jjspw RE: Rheta Aug 5, 2012 04:33 PM

            Cafe Muse in Royal Oak is one of my favorite brunch spots... but I haven't been in over a year, so perhaps things have changed since I was there last. I always ordered the exotic mushroom scramble--the most cloud-like eggs, sweating salty boursin cheese, topped with lovely sauteed mushrooms. Was always delicious.

            Frittata in Clawson is a decent option as well, though not quite as polished as Muse. The dishes tend to be heavy, but still taste fresh and clean.

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              Rheta RE: jjspw Aug 7, 2012 01:48 PM

              Thanks everyone! We ended up staying home and I made brunch. Decided it would be more relaxed as we had to leave for the airport late morning to drop off daughter and boyfriend. Sometimes Sunday brunch places can be crowded and slow. So figured it would more relaxing at home. I will use your suggestions for the future though. Thanks again!

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