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Best Weekend Brunch Alternatives 

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click to enlarge Judy Yoder gets another tray of her addictive doughnuts ready for the fryer.

Briget Ganske

Judy Yoder gets another tray of her addictive doughnuts ready for the fryer.

Restaurants can be packed for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. If you have children — or just are impatient and starving — you can head to one of the many farmers’ markets across town. South of the James Market (New Kent Avenue and 43nd Street) has a bevy of food trucks serving breakfast options — and that’s the spot Mrs. Yoder’s Doughnuts lands each Saturday. Need we say more?

Well, yes. GrowRVA started a new Sunday brunch market at the Glen Allen Cultural Arts Center (2880 Mountain Road) held each Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. You’ll find food trucks, kids’ activities, live music and artisan vendors.

The Market at St. Stephen’s (6000 Grove Ave.) is a paradise of baked goods, from La Bella Vita Bakery to Rina Factory Home Baked Goods, plus a few food trucks. And make sure you check out all the markets near your neighborhood, from Lakeside to Chester, and grab a few vegetables for the week while you’re snacking on breakfast.

(Sorry, no information is currently available for other years in this same award category.)

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