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Where to Order Brunch on New Year’s Day in Metro Detroit

These local restaurants have to-go meals to help you start 2021 on the right track

Syrup drizzles onto a scoop of butter on a belgian waffle at Folk next to a latte.
Folk’s to-go brunch package features waffle and pancake mix as well as cocktails from Lost River.
Michelle and Chris Gerard

Whether you overindulged the night before and need all the bacon and carbs to nurse a champagne headache or you’re just looking to start 2021 with really great meal, these metro Detroit restaurants and bars have you covered. In addition to your dinner plans for New Year’s Eve, Eater Detroit is keeping track of all the spots across town that are offering New Year’s Day meal packages to enjoy in the comfort of your own home.

Eater Detroit is doing its best to keep this list updated with new options as menus become available. Email detroit@eater.com if there’s something we’ve missed.


  • Lady of the House (1426 Bagley St.) — The restaurant is accepting pre-orders for New Year’s Day brunch kits. The heat-and-serve kits come with potato leek quiche, winter greens salad with gribiche, Parisian ham with dijon butter, and pecan coffee cake for $50. Add on bloody marys for $45. (Select the “New Year’s Eve feast for two” option to place the order.)
  • Grey Ghost (47 Watson St.) — The Brush Park is accepting pre-orders for New Year’s meals. The brunch kit serves four people and comes with buttermilk pancake bread, whipped maple butter, and oats; a cauliflower frittata with hot sauce, cheddar, and celery; a rosemary everything seasoning caesar salad; and braised bacon with a brown sugar barbecue rub for $125. Add on four blood marys for $35.
  • Folk x Lost River (1701 Trumbull St.) — Folk and the Lost River cocktail bar are partnering for New Year’s to-go packages. Priced at $80, the brunch option features waffle and pancake mix, quiche, bacon (or tempeh bacon), a fruit plate, juice, cold brew, and a choice of tropical cocktails.

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