The Zenith, located on the South Side is a cafe, antique shop and art gallery that offers an affordable, made-from-scratch, vegan brunch every weekend.
If you’re like me, you’re always looking for a place where you can go antique shopping, try on vintage clothes, sample a dozen different bundt cakes, lock eyes with a woman in a creepy portrait, admire a wall covered in cherubs, eat a large array of vegan salads and pay your respects at a shrine to Pittsburgh sports. Luckily, there’s one of those places right here in Pittsburgh. In fact, The Zenith, (86 S 26th St), located on the South Side of Pittsburgh might be the only place like that in the world.
The Zenith might be impossible to sum up in a paragraph or two, so you’ll probably want to watch the video we made, or better yet, check out this eclectic vegan eatery/antique store/art gallery for yourself. The most popular time to stop by is probably on Sundays, when they offer their famous Sunday brunch. For $11.50, you get the entree of your choice, a hot beverage and unlimited visits to the brunch buffet packed with salads and desserts. The food’s all fresh and vegan, though you can order a few of the entrees with cheese.
And in case you get menu anxiety, (like me, sometimes), the cafe always posts its Sunday brunch entrees in advance:
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Know before you go: The Zenith Cafe & Gallery
The Zenith is open Thursday through Saturday from 11:30 AM – 8:30 PM and Sunday from 11 AM – 2:30 PM.