A Blade coworker has started a new trend: Sunday brunch at Bar 145.
For $15, the buffet-style brunch includes all of the regular breakfast food items, including waffles, eggs, bacon, sausage, fresh fruit and an omelet station. An assortment of pastries is also included. But what makes the restaurant's brunch truly unique is the mac-and-cheese station, where you can choose from several different mix-ins and flavorings.
For drinks on the alcohol side, they have Bloody Marys and mimosas. And of course, regular coffee and hot tea.
Being total fans of breakfast, a fellow Blade coworker and I have been searching for a local place that serves mimosas for a long time, so we were happily surprised to find that Bar 145 does.
Sunday brunch is served up from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Last week, since my coworkers and I were there from about 11:00-1:30 p.m., I was able to see that more people seem to show up around noon. A diverse group of people attend, from families with children, to groups of college students.
Other impressive elements of the visit included good, attentive service, and also an excellent selection of premium hot teas.
Visit www.bar145toledo.com for more information about their Sunday brunch offerings.