Looking for a classic brunch in Cambridge? You've come to the right place, because not only does Millworks promise traditional dishes like eggs benedict, but also modern favourites like figs and grilled tomatoes on toast; all paired with bloody marys, of course.
Brunch in Cambridge
Whether you're nursing a sore head via bloody marys and carb-loaded plates or your weekend's only just getting started, you can't go wrong with brunch. Home to charming pubs, quirky restaurants and dedicated vegan spots, this city is brimming with great places to chow down. Here's out guide to the best places for brunch in Cambridge.
With a huge selection of dishes that are both vegan and veggie-friendly, The Punt Yard is a great choice no matter your diet. There's bacon baps, all sorts of eggs and even breakfast pizzas topped with the likes of smashed avocado, mushrooms and tomatoes.
After taking London by storm, Stem + Glory is bringing its acclaimed vegan cuisine to King Street. Think granola, tofu and tempeh bacon with fresh banana bread and a cocktail (or mocktail) to top it all off.
With a dedicated menu boasting sweet potato pancakes, vegan breakfasts and French toast alongside punchy bloody marys, Aperol sips and espresso martinis, The Old Bicycle Shop is a no-brainer if you're looking for a boozy brunch in Cambridge.
Located on Station Square, this charming pub always delivers. Satisfy your pancake cravings and dig into chicken and waffles in a cosy setting complete with banquette seating, industrial interiors and a street-side terrace for those warmer days.
One of the best places for bottomless brunch in Cambridge, Baroosh comes alive at the weekend. Choose from prosecco, mimosas, red snappers and more as you soak up free-flowing drinks and a choice of signature dishes in a quirky location.