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5 Brunches That Will Cure Your St. Patrick’s Day Hangover


Everybody’s ready to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, but nobody wants to think about the morning after. Make a plan (and a reservation!) to cure your hangover blues with a delicious Saturday brunch.


Crab and Brie Omelet | 8th & Union Kitchen

Featured on FoodNetwork.com for its outrageous chicken and waffle combo, this Union Street gastropub has elevated the everyday omelet with crab and creamy Brie cheese. ($14)

801 N. Union St., Wilmington, 654-9780, www.8thandunion.com


Pigs in a Blanket | The Countrie Eatery

Three fluffy pancakes stuffed with sausage—the perfect combination of sweet and savory. ($8.75)

950 N. State St., Dover, 674-8310, www.countrieeatery.com


Steak and Eggs | Fork + Flask at Nage

Indulge in a six-ounce filet mignon, topped with two over-easy eggs and hollandaise sauce. Potato hash and asparagus also come on the side. ($28)

19730 Coastal Hwy., Rehoboth Beach, 226-2037, www.forkandflask.com


Cap’n Crunch French Toast | Grain Craft Bar + Kitchen

French toast made with everyone’s favorite childhood cereal? Yum. ($9)

270 E. Main St., Newark, 737-2931, www.grainonmain.com

Grain’s Cap’n Crunch French Toast // photo via lee mikles


Eggs BLT | Kid Shelleen’s Charcoal House & Saloon

Poached eggs sit atop a grilled English muffin, and are served with lettuce, tomato, bacon, hollandaise sauce and home fries. Just try not to fill up on the complimentary sticky buns before your meal arrives. ($14.50)

1801 W. 14th St., Wilmington, 658-4600, www.harryshospitalitygroup.com/kid-shelleens

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