Come up with a game plan on how to divide and conquer a brunch menu for the optimum dining experience, says Joe Gramc, founder of the Cleveland Dinner Club. "My friends and I each order an entree, and then maybe we'll order two extra ones to try amongst the group," he says. "I think it's a good way to experience everything and get through the menu quickly."
Before you post that frittata photo to Instagram, make sure it looks egg-xtra delicious by using apps such as Over, Layout or Flipagram to add text, make collages or set your artistry to music, says Michelle Venorsky, co-founder of Hello, a public relations and social media agency. "Using natural light is always great," says the former author of the Cleveland Foodie blog. "And get your keys and other stuff that may be thrown on the table out of the way."
We're all for brunching on Saturday and Sunday, but there's a philosophy that eating out on Sunday mornings gives you an extra pick-me-up. "For a lot of people, you go into a mourning state in the afternoon, because you're like, "Oh f--k, it's Monday tomorrow,' " says Sean Szczepinski, a Howard Hanna real estate agent. "Brunch is that nice ending to the weekend. It's a great opportunity to meet up with your friends and family to discuss what happened over the weekend."