On Sunday, we brunch. Nothing starts a Sunday off better than a delicious brunch. Whether you looking for a relaxing, a recovery, or a rambunctious brunch, here are some of Manhattan's best brunch stops that you need to try. 


1) The Chef

The Chef is Manhattan's local breakfast cafe located at 111 S. Fourth St. It's the perfect place for the experienced bruncher as they serve up a delicious breakfast menu every day of the week! Their mighty good menu is packed full of savory entrees like the Dang Quesadilla, Pancakes Bananas Foster, or their homemade biscuits and gravy. They also serve a variety of grown-up drinks like a manmosa, a perfect combination of Busch Light beer and a splash of OJ to top of your morning. 


2) Early Edition 

Serving up a sizzling breakfast, brunch and lunch Early Edition is a great way to start your day sunny side up! Just like The Chef, you don't have to wait til Sunday to enjoy your favorite breakfast foods. They serve their full breakfast menu Tuesday through Sunday. Famous for their savory skillets, a steaming skillet of potatoes with melted cheese, two eggs, and a wide variety of other tops. They have two locations on both sides of Manhattan. One in the Candlewood Shopping Center at 3210 Kimball Ave and the other on the outskirts of the Downtown district at 600 S. 4th St.


3) Colbert's Bar & Grill

Located at the Colbert Hills golf course, 5200 Colbert Hills Drive, Colbert's Bar & Grill serves a special brunch menu from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. every Sunday. Here you can sit on their patio, enjoy the cool morning breeze, views of the rolling flint hills and some wonderful entrees like stuffed french toast, spicy chicken & biscuit or the classic Avocado toast. Plus don't miss their $4 mimosa!


4) Bluestem Bistro

Grab your Sunday morning Brunch in Aggieville at Bluestem Bistro located at 1219 Moro St. Since 1994 Bluestem Bistro has been a go-to coffee shop for visitors, students and locals alike and their Sunday brunch menu does not disappoint. Their brunch runs from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. every Sunday. Try their flavorful quiche or veggie hash. Plus check their menus when you arrive for their skillet or pancake of the day! When you're done take a stroll through Aggieville or walk down to City Park.


5) Rockin' K's

Located right across from the Bill Snyder Family Stadium at 1880 Kimball, Rockin' K's brunch is one you must try. Their packed full menu is served from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. every Sunday. Try their O-Lineman, a warm jalapeno scone filled with chicken, bacon and cheese, or the Linebacker burrito, your classic breakfast burrito but made even better!


6) Guilty Biscuit 

Nothing says brunch like a warm, fluffy, homemade biscuit and Guilty Biscuit has just that! Located at 3033 Anderson Ave, they pack their mouth-watering biscuits full of chicken, bacon, gravy and more. While their signature Guilty Biscuit is nothing to pass up, locals rave about their creamy mac and cheese. Try a new entree two-three-four days in a row because they're open, serving their full menu Tuesday-Sunday. 


We are sure you'll love these places a whole brunch! Which one will you try first?