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

If you drink one too many green beers on Friday, recover with one of these meals on Saturday morning.

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)

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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

 

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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

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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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