We settled on a Sunday afternoon, and I promised to buy him brunch beforehand.
The restaurant is one of the best in Princeton, with a delicious Sunday brunch.
brunch is a catalyst, brunch is the enforcer of different-rules-for-the-weekend.
At a later time, Sauer had met Valle, his wife, and child for brunch.
An impromptu plan arose: gather for coffee and brunch at Jeans-Jacques, then unfurl the banner.
And unless you're careful, you'll be asked for a traditional Chinese brunch that will most likely include glutinous chicken feet.
brunch is the best option; $100 gets you the food and the experience.
He took the neck of her brunch coat in his fist and jerked downward.
Rick and Scotty slept late the following morning and were awakened for brunch by Dr. Miller.
At brunch he kept his eyes open, and before too long Panek came into the dining room for his lunch.
To be fashionable nowadays we must 'brunch'. Truly an excellent portmanteau word, introduced, by the way, last year, by Mr. Guy Beringer, in the now defunct Hunter's Weekly, and indicating a combined breakfast and lunch. ["Punch," Aug. 1, 1896]