Top 3 Spots for Brunch in Flint & Genesee

Brunch is the perfect way to get the family together, kick of a girl’s day or spend a Sunday morning with friends.  We asked our social media followers their favorite place to get Brunch – and we got plenty of answers. Here are the top three spots in Flint & Genesee and why the locals love them. 

Flint Crepe Company 

This Downtown Flint favorite features a seasonally changing menu of crepes featuring locally sourced ingredients, plus a “create your own” option with tons of ‘fixins’. They are open for a special brunch the first Sunday of every month from 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 

Hear from a Local:
“I love breakfast food, crepes especially! They use all local ingredients at the Flint Crepe Company and you can watch as they prepare your food! The restaurant is small, so it has a quaint and cozy vibe to it” – Maria Coon, via Instagram 

Brick Street of Grand Blanc 

Known for their quality cuisine and comfortable atmosphere, Brick Street serves a special brunch that features a Bloody Mary and Mimosa bar every Sunday from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. 

Hear from a Local:
“They have some of the best house-made brunch selections. It is a buffet style served only on Sundays 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Their biscuits and gravy are made from scratch – my favorite! There is also a Bloody Mary and Mimosa bar in the pub. Price for brunch is $15 and the Bloody Mary and mimosa bar is $8 a glass.” – Chip Whitfield, via Facebook 

Cork on Saginaw 

This wine bar and bistro located on Saginaw Street in Flint offers brunch every second Sunday of the month from 12 p.m. until 3 p.m. 

Hear from a Local:
“We absolutely love The Cork. They just started brunch this past February after their Mother’s Day Brunch went over so well last year. Everything is fresh-made in the restaurant. The fresh squeezed OJ is amazing – my husband likes the French Press coffee. The loaded bloody Mary is crazy, but something you have to try once. I also love the self-serve wine bar and keep money on my card so anytime I am downtown I can pop in for a glass of wine in a fine dining setting.” – Carrie Shay, via Facebook