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    2023’s Best Cities For Brunch Lovers

    2023’s Best Cities For Brunch Lovers

    Where can you get top-tier brunch with bottomless mimosas in the U.S.?

    To mark National Brunch Month in April, LawnStarter compared the 200 biggest U.S. cities based on five categories broken down into eight metrics—brunch deals, brunch clubs, and brunch vendor quality, to name a few.

    Find the top and bottom 10 cities for brunch lovers below, followed by some highlights and lowlights from our report.

    Best Cities for Brunch Lovers

    1. New York, NY
    2. San Francisco, CA
    3. Chicago, IL
    4. Denver, CO
    5. Miami, FL
    6. New Orleans, LA
    7. Las Vegas, NV
    8. San Diego, CA
    9. Savannah, GA
    10. Charleston, SC

    Worst Cities for Brunch Lovers

    1. Paterson, NJ
    2. West Valley City, UT (TIE)
    2. Warren, MI (TIE)
    3. Pomona, CA
    4. Miramar, FL
    5. Thornton, CO
    6. Pasadena, TX
    7. Garden Grove, CA
    8. Kansas City, KS
    9. San Bernardino, CA

    Highlights and Lowlights

    Big-City Bites: New York (No. 1) pops the champagne with a 20-point lead ahead of the next-best city, San Francisco. The Big Apple has the highest brunch Demand and chomps down on the most brunch deals and clubs.

    Measuring Up Miami: Miami (No. 5) is No. 1 in Access, sizzling up the most brunch vendors per square mile. However, be sure to check the reviews before you make your reservations — Magic City is lacking in Quality (No. 125).

    Satisfying Southern Scrambles: Foodies flock to New Orleans (No. 6), which takes first place in the Quality category, followed by Savannah, Georgia (No. 9), and Charleston, South Carolina (No. 10).

    Mile-High Mimosas: Denver (No. 4) cooks up high scores across the board and boasts the most brunch events, followed by New York and Atlanta in this metric.

    Brunch Buddies: Washington (No. 11) and Atlanta (No. 15) bake up the most brunch clubs after New York. Both of these cities also have plenty of brunch Events to meet the high Demand, but low consumer ratings reflect a lack of Quality bites.

    Stacking Up Potential: With high Demand and low Access, cities like Jacksonville, Florida (No. 95), Fort Worth, Texas (No. 143), and San Jose, California (No. 172), have some hidden potential for restaurateurs looking to open new brunch spots.

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