Best Brunch - The Bachelor Farmer - 2013 Best of MN

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  • Updated: May 23, 2013 - 11:50 AM

The Bachelor Farmer was made for lazy Sunday mornings (and early Sunday afternoons). This is no eggs-any-style setup. For starters, chef Paul Berglund puts a morning spin on his signature smørrebrød — artfully created toasts — before moving on to such swoon-worthy dishes as rye spaetzle topped with pastrami and a caraway hollandaise and divine brioche French toast smothered in cherries. A cute (please, it’s the Bachelor Farmer, of course it’s adorable) rolling cart boasts house-baked pastries and desserts, and service is so sweet you’ll expect an invitation to the staff’s Secret Santa gift pool. The one downside? No reservations. 50 2nd Av. N., Mpls.; 612-206-3920, thebachelorfarmer.com

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educator1May. 19, 13 7:42 AM

Like many "best" lists, this probably says more about the reviewer than the place being reviewed. For families, the "no-reservations" policy makes this place not workable. Does this matter to the reviewer? For many of us, a Sunday brunch is a time to bring together family members of different generations. Would there be things on the menu a young child would enjoy? Not sure what makes a cart with various patries & desserts "adorable." Perhaps the Star Tribune will do a broader list next year with different categories - like best brunch for families, most affordable brunch, best luxury brunch, etc.

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