Why a Creative Brunch needs to be on your weekly agenda
There is nothing better than brunch on the weekend – a time to unwind and indulge in a delicious meal. While weekends are a great excuse to laze around, it’s also a great time to be productive and tackle the tasks that were pushed aside during the week! It’s amazing how much you can mark off your to-do list as you sip on a coffee and eat. I’m encouraging you all to consider making a Creative Brunch part of your weekly routine.
This past weekend I spent creative brunch discussing blogging with my best friend at The London Plane in Pioneer Square. I highly recommend this space or their smaller location The Little London Plane.
The London Plane is a place I love to visit for inspiration and delicious food. It’s a great working space because there is a variety of seating options both downstairs and upstairs. On the weekends it is a popular spot for brunch so I recommend getting there at a reasonable time.
We scored a seat upstairs so we were able to watch the workers in the flower shop assemble bouquets and people coming and going for brunch. It’s a great spot for people watching and soaking in creative inspiration! It’s one of my favorite places to go to write blog posts, work on freelance projects or read.
While there, you can indulge in sweet or savory brunch options on their rotating menu– we shared the croissant with preserves and cultured butter for starters and sipped on tea and coffee. For the main course, Lauren chose a savory dish and I went with the fresh granola. Both were absolutely incredible!
Here is a list of my Top 5 perks for adding a Creative Brunch to your weekly routine:
- It gets you better acquainted to eateries in your city as well as the neighborhoods they are in.
- It gets you out of the house on the weekend, rain or shine.
- It is an excellent excuse to be productive all while getting the most important meal of the day in!
- It’s a time to get together with other creatives or hold a creative/client meeting. It’s also a great excuse for alone time if you feel like eating/working solo.
- There’s great potential for networking when you get out of the house and immerse yourself into creative spaces.