Weekend nights are commonly characterized by the imbibing of alcoholic beverages, commonly leading to fuzzy mornings the next day. What better way to clear the cobwebs than some good food and a few drinks the next morning? There are many places you can head in Cleveland to get some good grub on a weekend morning. The following establishments offer the best boozy brunches to fill the need for nourishment along with a spirited cocktail.

Touch Supper Club
2710 Lorain Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 631-5200

Located a block west of the historic West Side Market on Lorain Avenue, Touch Supper Club offers a Sunday brunch that caters to the booziest of the bunch. Not only does it offer both a bloody mary and mimosa bar, but it serves brunch from 11 p.m. to 5 p.m. There’s no need to force yourself out of bed after a raucous Saturday night just to nourish your hangover before your breakfast favorites get shifted off the menu. With a large variety of egg dishes, sandwiches and unique bread-based options, Touch Supper Club is sure to be a hit for your next Sunday brunch endeavor.

(Photo Credit: KF Crisafi)

(Photo Credit: KF Crisafi)

Beachland Ballroom and Tavern
15711 Waterloo Road
Cleveland, OH 44110
(216) 383-1124

The Beachland Ballroom and Tavern is known for its dedication to providing the city of Cleveland with access to great music that spans a full range of styles and preferences. It is also known to have an incredible beer selection for those looking for a tasty treat while enjoying a performance. But what may not be as well known is the fact that every Sunday, it offers an amazing brunch. The food selection runs the gamut from a healthy Greek yogurt parfait to stick-to-your-guts chicken and waffles, and includes a variety of vegetarian and vegan options. Beachland also offers a wide variety of special brunch cocktails that go far beyond the traditional bloody mary or mimosa, and they can be ordered by the glass or in $20-$25 pitchers to share. Served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., you won’t have to dig the crust out of your eyes too early to be able to enjoy some great cocktails and food while listening to the tunes being spun by one of the guest DJs at The Beachland Sunday brunch.

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XYZ the Tavern
6419 Detroit Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44102
(216) 706-1104

Located in the Gordon Square neighborhood on Cleveland’s near west side, XYZ the Tavern is known for its comfortable, laid-back atmosphere. It boasts one of the best whiskey selections in the city and has a great wait staff that ensures prompt and friendly service. One of the best things about brunch at XYZ is that it is served on both Saturday and Sunday. From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., you can get a variety of tasty treats that live up to the standards the entire menu has come to be known for—certain to satisfy. Pair your selection with a mimosa prepared with freshly squeezed orange juice, a house-made bloody mary or a good old splash of whiskey and you’ll be starting your weekend morning off right.

Tremont Taphouse
2572 Scranton Road
Cleveland, OH 44113
(216) 298-4451

Tucked on the corner of Scranton and Starkweather, the Tremont Taphouse offers an amazing brunch every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. While it may not be the lightest on your wallet, the incredible tastes your palate will be exposed to are worth the indulgence. Known for its phenomenal beer selection, you may need to enlist the assistance of the bartender in choosing a tasty brew to accompany your meal. Or go for the unique mimosa, made with hard cider instead of champagne. But be aware, if you’re craving a tasty bloody mary to knock out the cobwebs from the night before, make sure you arrive after 11 a.m. Otherwise, Ohio’s antiquated liquor laws will prevent you from indulging your desires.

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Buckeye Beer Engine
15315 Madison Ave.
Lakewood, OH 44107
(216) 226-2337

Just west of Cleveland, the suburb of Lakewood is known for a variety of restaurants and bars to fit your every mood. Amongst them is the popular Buckeye Beer Engine, known best for great burgers and an incredibly diverse offering of beer. Fittingly, its Sunday menu from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. is known as Burgers and Brunch. Although it should probably add the third “B” for beer. Buckeye offers some of the most popular burgers along with a variety of tasty breakfast specialties. And starting at 11 a.m., you can treat yourself to some fun at the build-your-own bloody mary bar if you are looking for some respite from the brews the weekend already delivered.

Danielle Andes has spent the past two decades documenting the world around her through photography and writing, paying particular attention to the world of music. She was born and raised in Cleveland, and still resides there today. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.