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Best Brunch of 2011: Skillet

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For two years straight, our readers have voted Skillet as their favorite place for brunch in Columbus. Their menu features a creative ingredient-driven menu that features local and seasonal products as often as appropriately possible. Chef Kevin Caskey perfectly balances the act of providing an artistic touch to each item while still keeping everything tasting homey and comforting. But remember, this restaurant is very small and has limited seating, so get there early and anticipate that there might be a wait.

The Top 10 Brunches of 2011:

  1. Skillet
  2. Northstar Cafe
  3. Sage American Bistro
  4. Tasi
  5. Lindey’s
  6. Katalina’s
  7. Surly Girl Saloon
  8. Starliner Diner
  9. MoJoe Lounge
  10. ZenCha Tea Salon

Flashback: Best Brunch of 2010: Skillet
Flashback: Best Brunch of 2009: Northstar Cafe

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4 Responses to Best Brunch of 2011: Skillet

  1. Coremodels December 31, 2011 10:35 am at 10:35 am

    I definitely agree, but foresee Explorer’s Club running up this list next year.

  2. SusanB
    SusanB December 31, 2011 12:44 pm at 12:44 pm

    +1!

  3. Charlie
    Charlie December 31, 2011 2:38 pm at 2:38 pm

    We love Skillet, but 2011 was the year I was introduced to Katalina’s Matzalan Pork and Egg Sandwich.  I’ve never sat in total awe of a sandwich before this came along.  If there was a category for mind blowing sandwich of 2011, this would be my #1 by a landslide.

  4. lonelyapricot January 6, 2012 3:44 pm at 3:44 pm

    My favorite Sunday brunch is at Whole World Vegetarian Restaurant in Clintonville!  I am sad not to see it on the list.  I’d recommend it to anyone for the friendly service, good value, and delicious food.  Everything they have is great, but my personal favorite thing to get is the vegetable hash with a buttermilk biscuit, which also comes with their signature garnish of a few pieces of seasonal fruit.

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