Spend Time with Friends over Brunch for Galentine’s Day
You probably know what you’re doing for Valentine’s Day, but have you made your brunch plans for Galentine’s Day yet? It may not really be a holiday (unless you watch Parks and Recreation, where Galentine’s Day pops up occasionally) but do you really need a reason to brunch? We think that anytime of the year is a good reason to brunch and celebrate your friends. So grab your pals, gals or otherwise, take a trip and check out these brunch spots.
Stick and Stones, Saskatoon
Most people know this spot as a Korean-influenced Japanese ramen restaurant, but did you know that they serve brunch as well? Also, did you know that sake hollandaise is a thing? (*drool*)
Little Red Market Café, Mortlach
The Little Red Market is an adorable historic brick-clad café tucked into the sleepy town of Mortlach, just minutes off of Highway 1, west of Moose Jaw. Sit down for Creole and Cajun-inspired brunch offerings that you can’t get anywhere else in the province.
641 Grill and Motel, Craven
Matthew and Kali Eddy took a small-town motel restaurant and transformed the place into a prairie chic eating spot that sources local products to create a country-inspired comfort food experience in the Qu’Appelle Valley, north of Regina. It’s well worth the trip off Highway 11.
Skye Café & Bistro, Regina.
Waffles with Cajun fried chicken. Eggs benedict with crab cakes. Chilaquiles stacked with steak and chimichurri. Are you hungry yet? Try your next brunch outing at this sunny restaurant tucked into the Saskatchewan Science Centre.
Here are a few more spots to spend a lazy weekend brunching with your pals:
- Bodega, Regina
- The Capitol Restaurant and Cocktail Bar, Regina
- The Park Café and Diner, Saskatoon
- The Hollows, Saskatoon