Treat Your Friends to Brunch with These Local Fixings and Wares

From vintage platters to liege waffles, we've gathered everything you need to master brunch at home.

Photography by Meaghan Susi.

Clockwise from top left: The New Englandah mini pancakes, $8 for fifteen-piece order (two servings shown), LuLu’s Little Pancakes, Cranston. Vintage platter, dessert plate, salad/appetizer plate and chiffon table runner, rental prices available upon request, Uniquely Chic Events, Nutella, mascarpone whipped cream, mixed berry fruit compote, lemon curd and plain and lemon poppyseed liege waffles, starting at $27.50 for a five-waffle take-home kit, Burgundian, Attleboro, Mass. Handled Gratitude Board in maple, $85, Zuerner Design, Little Rhody Natural Grade A brown eggs, $4.19 for a dozen, Eastside Marketplace, Providence. Pretzel, poppy seed, beet, pumpernickel, everything and onion bagels, $2 each or $10 for a half-dozen; beet, dill and horseradish spread and Mexican street corn spread, $6.75 each, Rebelle Artisan Bagels, Providence.


Photography by Meaghan Susi.

Floral centerpiece, styles starting at $95, Cherryhill Flowers, Johnston. Beaded table runner, salad/appetizer plate, sugar bowl, creamer, Champagne flute, pitcher, water goblet, charger plate, dinner plate, dessert plate, cloth napkin and gold silverware, rental prices available upon request, Uniquely Chic Events. Nicaragua medium dark roast, $13.95 for a twelve-ounce bag of ground coffee, Dave’s Coffee, Charlestown and Providence. Prosecco (used in mimosa), $16, Gooseneck Vineyards, Wickford. White ramekins, skillet and mug are stylists’ own.