Starting this Sunday, April 23rd The Trolley Stop, located at 530 E 5th St, will open their doors on Sunday for brunch (menu shown right) from 11am -2pm, then remain open the rest of the day with their regular menu.
This is awesome news for those that have enjoyed their Saturday brunches, but now you have one more day to enjoy their patio oasis and enjoy a leisurely meal. Of course you’ll want to indulge in the make your own bloody mary or mimosa bar, where you can create your own special concoction for just $7.
The Trolly Stop is proud to serve farm fresh eggs, sausage and pork from KJB Farms in Tipp City as well as locally grown vegetables from Fulton Farms and Patchwork Gardens. Their menu offers options for vegetarians and vegan guests.
Did you know you can rent out the small house out back for small private parties? There are 3 small rooms, a restroom, and a bar, and it seats 20-25.
Trivia Fact: The building was constructed in 1839 and is the oldest continuously operating tavern in Dayton.
We’ve missed brunch at Salar, but now it’s back every Sunday from 11am -2 pm! Reservations are suggested for this eatery located at 400 East 5th Street and can be made at (937) 203–3999 or book online with OpenTable.
Chef Margot Blondet serves up a menu bursting with the rich flavors and passion of her native Peru. Here’s a peak at the brunch menu:
Other great options for brunch in the District include:
The Carvery & Buffet brunch served from 11am – 3pm and includes Farm Fresh Scrambled Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Home Fries, Fresh Fruit, Biscuits, House Made Sausage Gravy, Made To Order Omelettes, Carving Station With Assorted Entrees, Salads, Side Items And Desserts.$17.95, $ 7.99 for kids 12 and under kids under 5 free
Serving up great breakfast sammie’s, tropical oatmeal, orange french toast, and Bob’s Benedicts Saturday and Sunday 11am – 3pm Brunch entrees run $6-9 and can be complimented with a Bloody Mary or Bloody Maria. Outdoor dining is available on the patio at 430 E 5th St.
Known for their New Orleans inspired Beignets, breakfast burritos, waffles, disco fries or their Hangover Cure- a big bowl of potatoes, scrambled eggs, onions, peppers, cheddar cheese, and mushroom gravy served with toast, you can enjoy brunch Saturday and Sunday from 11am-3pm. Entrees range from $10 -13 and Lily’s is located at 329 E 5th St and their are 3 outdoor patios to enjoy dining al fresco.