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The South's Best Brunches

Southern Living Logo Southern Living | Slide 1 of 20: <p>Less than a mile from the Tigers’ campus, chef David Bancroft’s homey eatery celebrates ingredients culled from its on-site gardens and orchards—plus loads of local purveyors. Both the Blackened King Salmon on Parmesan grits and the “Brisket and Gravy” are divine, while the spacious front porch is ideal for imbibing in strawberry-prosecco cocktails.</p><p>210 East Glenn Ave; <a href="http://acreauburn.com/">acreauburn.com</a></p>

Acre (Auburn, Alabama)

Local sourcing, great style, impeccable service—and maybe a stellar mimosa. That’s how we picked the best brunch spots in the South.

Less than a mile from the Tigers’ campus, chef David Bancroft’s homey eatery celebrates ingredients culled from its on-site gardens and orchards—plus loads of local purveyors. Both the Blackened King Salmon on Parmesan grits and the “Brisket and Gravy” are divine, while the spacious front porch is ideal for imbibing in strawberry-prosecco cocktails.

210 East Glenn Ave; acreauburn.com

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