Brunch—like twilight, sporks, skorts, friends with benefits, and so many other things that make life worth living—is not quite one thing and not quite another. Celebrate everyone's favorite mutant mealtime with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $35 worth of definition-defying food and renegade drinks at Republic Coffee in Midtown.
Along with a wide array of specialty coffee and other beverages, Republic Coffee is home to a devastatingly delicious breakfast and brunch menu. Breakfast arrives all day in sandwiches such as the Ahab (smoked salmon on a toasted everything bagel, topped with cream cheese, onion, and capers, $7) and plates such as the Nashville (waffle with bacon and scrambled eggs, $8.50). If you're dining with a militant antimonarchist, annihilate the King, a smoked barbecue-chicken sandwich ($8), or the Maximus (smoked beef brisket on ciabatta, $10). On Saturday and Sunday, Republic Coffee serves up a special brunch with options including french toast stuffed with cream cheese and strawberries ($6.50), cheese grits or hash-brown casserole and a side of bacon and eggs ($8.50), and the Prague (eggs Benedict with smoked mushrooms and asparagus, $8.50).
Stretch out in the eclectic, art-filled atmosphere as you enjoy free WiFi and one of Republic Coffee's many specialty coffeehouse drinks. Lattes and cappuccinos ($3.45 each) include specials such as the cherry-almond latte and the banana-coconut latte. For bean dodgers, hot teas are all $2.50, specialty Italian sodas are $3.50, and creamcicles (vanilla Italian syrup, orange juice, and half and half blended with shaved ice) are $5.
Memphis-area critics and bloggers, including GoMemphis, Tiffany Tastes, and Dining With Monkeys, are jumpin' for the java at Republic Coffee. Eight Yelpers give the breakfast spot 4 stars, and 81% of Urbanspooners recommend it.
- Food-wise, where Republic Coffee really excels is in its breakfast plates. Our movie critic, John Beifuss, tried the De Niro, which has scrambled eggs, distinctly sharp cheddar and bacon (smoked, of course). It was just uncomplicated, satisfying food. – Peggy Burch, GoMemphis
- Republic Coffee has a drink menu that puts Starbucks to shame. – Tiffany, Tiffany Tastes
- The food is very good. I enjoyed The King- Republics BBQ smoked chicken sandwich with chipotle BBQ sauce and scratch made coleslaw... – Ryan Arthur, Urbanspoon
Republic Coffee’s global-savvy coffee drinks roll out a steamy rug for sandwiches stacked with smoked meats and soups made from scratch daily. Leafy greens and veggies burst from salads drizzled with just the right amount of dressing, and crostini dive into creamy baths of garlic hummus. The cozy coffeehouse’s doors open as the sun rises to greet diners with fluffy eggs and breakfast sandwiches. Sleek black chairs and leather booths scattered throughout the interior keep night owls comfy until closing time at midnight, when the overcaffeinated crowd works off excess steam by bouncing against exposed-brick walls.
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