For the winner of best brunch in town, head to the intersection of Church Street and Benson Avenue where you will find Le Peep, a traditional, mom-and-pop-style breakfast joint. With a cozy interior and early opening hours, it’s a popular spot to find a great variety of dishes and that classic, friendly Midwestern service.
Le Peep, 827 Church St., offers flavorful breakfast dishes, perfect after a long night out or studying. It is particularly known for its omelets and panhandled skillets, each offered in a wide range of options. Aside from the usual breakfast fare, it also offers a selection of Mexican breakfast dishes including the Desperado: chorizo sausage, green chilies and onions all covered in homemade salsa and capped with combo cheese and basted eggs. Otherwise, plenty of variety and vegetarian options abound, so it really is the prime spot to grab some friends and satisfy everyone.
A feature that attracts students is also the friendly environment and quick service, which is vital in the hectic life of a college student. Even though the restaurant can attract a crowd, the staff is always warm and accommodating so the atmosphere is never too frantic.
At Le Peep, the food is hearty and filling, the service is fast and welcoming and students can take advantage of the WildCARD discount, so they don’t have to bust their wallets to enjoy a quality, homey meal.
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