Got a case of the munchies? Get your fix with a morning filled with brunchies. Discover why brunch is the best weekend pastime with 16 local joints and their delectable specialties.
Expand your palate
Those hoping to find brunch delights that are a little more exotic than the typical flapjacks or scrambled eggs can discover new flavors in these varied establishments. Never thought sausage and apples or waffles and ice cream would work well together? These places will prove you wrong.
Unwind with your friends
Grab your brunch-loving buddies and explore some of the town's classic spots for down-home cooking and chatty atmospheres
The brunch table
Quick, easy-to-digest information on all the places to get brunchtime sweets, sips and sausages.
Impress your mom
Spoil your mom on mother's day by indulging in these local brunch favorites
Looking to spoil your mom in a high-class way for Mother’s Day? Indulge in these local favorites that are fit for a queen. Between dress codes, pricey dishes and elegant decor, you won’t find many college kids rolling in here.
Pile your plate
Columbia brunch meals that are sure to fill you up
Lucy's Corner Cafe, 44 Stone, and the Heidelberg are brunch options rich in substance and flavor to keep you oh so satisfied.
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Fiction issue: Columbia's best short fiction
The Missouri Review judged the entries. Here are the winners.
Vox asked Columbia’s raconteurs to submit their best short fiction. Click on the links to the left to read the five winning stories.
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