Raise your hand if you take brunch seriously! Mimosas, eggs benedict, and catching up with friends—what’s not to like? We agree! So, that makes the upcoming fall 2021 opening of Hoytie Toyties in Midtown even more exciting. Until then, we’ll just have to content ourselves with driving by their Main Street storefront and dreaming!
More on Hoytie Toyties
Who else feels like brunch ends too early? If you’ve ever had that thought, Hoytie Toyties in Midtown has the solution. Created by Katie and Craig Miller and Ashley and Lane Minor, all founders of Blade & Barrel, the restaurant will serve all-day brunch. Yes, please!
Craig describes the spot as a “half-family oriented…and half-sports bar.” Along with amazing food and delicious drinks, the business will also have a small stage. So, you can take in live performances as you enjoy your order.
Ultimately, the owners aim for the restaurant to have an upscale feel. At the same time, they want Hoytie Toyties to still honor its hometown. Keep an eye out for their Auburn-related menu items!
All About the Menu
Good eats and good drinks—you’ll find them at Hoytie Toyties. When you get hungry, you can order food like:
- French toast;
- Fresh fish;
- Biscuits and gravy;
- And more.
As for beverages, you can sip on options like:
- Build-your-own Bloody Marys;
- Mimosa flights;
- And more.
Where is Hoytie Toyties?
You can find Hoytie Toyties at 100 Main St. in Midtown Auburn, located near Niffer’s on Opelika Road!
When will Hoytie Toyties open?
Right now, the calendar technically still says it’s spring. But after hearing about the upcoming arrival of Hoytie Toyties, we have autumn on the brain. Still, they say that good things come to those who wait. And when football season kicks off, we will have plenty of fun toasting each other at Hoytie Toyties.
What hours will Hoytie Toyties have?
Mark it down! Hoytie Toyties will open Wednesdays through Sundays. During those days, they will open at 7 a.m. and conclude service at 10 p.m.
We’ve found fall’s future hot brunch spot: Hoytie Toyties in Midtown. Morning, afternoon, and night, you can enjoy the best of brunch there. Now, if only autumn would hurry up and arrive!
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