Attention foodies: If you love brunch and haven’t been to Holy Roller, get there ASAP and bring your camera. It’s located right down town, but there’s a parking garage next door and plenty of metered parking around (have your coins ready!).
The food is good, but what sold me was the interior. As former Catholic school attender, yet personally nonreligious, I felt like Holy Roller spoke to me. They describe themselves as, “Inspired by the spirit of punk rock with a hint of religious kitsch.” Things like their drink menu based on the seven deadly sins, their ‘confessional’ sign, and crosses mixed with animal bones on the walls really got me. Love what you’re doing, Holy Roller.
They have delicious brisket filled biscuits, burgers with ham, hash browns, and eggs, and cream in a cute little milk jug – what’s not to like?
Pro tip – if you’re coming for brunch, check in online. As soon as you are within 2 miles of the location, you can check in through Yelp. They also said the wait time was 45 minutes to an hour and it only took 20 minutes. Still, definitely check in online, just to be safe.