29 Best Orlando Brunch Spots : The Ultimate Brunch Guide
Brunch in Orlando has become so popular, many restaurants are now offering it on Saturdays and Sundays versus the traditional Sunday because of high demand. Flowing bottomless mimosas for brunch brings all the boys (and girls) to their yard. In Orlando specifically and from experience, people are lining up to get into the best brunch spots in the city, sometimes waiting longer for a brunch seat than a dinner seat.
In the past few years, brunch has skyrocketed in popularity, and has become a part of American tradition
The 29 Orlando brunch restaurants listed are in no particular order. Without further ado, here is your brunch guide Orlando! I have included detail if they offer bottomless mimosas! Check it out and let me know what you think. Cheers.
Dixie Dharma Vegan Brunch
The best vegan all around restaurant in Orlando has got to be Dixie Dharma. I cannot even remotely tell the difference between my favorite meat heavy brunch items I usually get compared to Dixie Dharma’s plant-based vegan southern food. O-M-G. This local gem of a place cannot be missed for your next brunch in Orlando.
Brunch Days & Hours: Weekdays 8AM-NOON, Saturday & Sunday 8AM-4PM
What to Order: Flapjack Platter made with fluffy corn flapjacks, topped with sweet onion jam and maple syrup. Served with tofu scramble.
The Glass Knife
Alice in Wonderland meets Breakfast at Tiffany’s at the Glass Knife in Winter Park. They are well known for their magical desserts, huge hand crafted donuts made fresh daily, stunning cakes that will make anyone gasp, and of course, their array of menu options. This is one of the most Instagram worthy spots in Orlando, and they have a great brunch waiting for you!
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday and Sunday 7AM-4PM
What to Order: Fluffernutter Waffles - A Belgian peanut butter waffle topped with fluffy house-made marshmallow, chocolate hazelnut and cream, caramelized banana sauce and topped with vanilla whipped cream, pecans and chocolate.
Ravenous Pig is an award winning restaurant that prides themselves on using only the best locally sourced food. They give an elegant and fresh new twist on Southern cuisine. They have been nominated by the James Beard Foundation, and featured on countless publications in Orlando and nationwide. Ravenous has become a must eat place and a staple of Orlando dining, and one of the best spots for brunch time in Orlando.
Brunch Days & Hours: Sunday 10:30AM-3PM
What to Order: Chicken & Waffles with their Mimosa Bottle Service ($25) or their Bloody Larry for the adventurous kind.
Bottomless Mimosas - $15 choice of mimosa, sangria, or michelada
Huevos rancheros and queso fresco pancakes for brunch? What are you waiting for? Reyes will give you an amazing twist on Mexican cuisine, and serves up a delicious Mexican brunch with a bottomless mimosa option along with their signature brunch cocktails.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 11AM-4PM
What to Order: Any time is a good time for some serious fresh guac! Start off with their fresh guacamole, and try their queso fresco pancakes with huevos rancheros.
Hunger Street Tacos
Looking for some authentic Mexican food with out of this world classic Mexican drinks? Hunger Street Tacos is the place to go in Orlando. They have won dozens of awards, including Orlando Magazine’s Dining Awards and their most recent recognition, the Foodster Award for Independent Restaurant for Best Crafted Tacos.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday 9AM-2PM
What to Order: Chilaquiles- Corn tortilla chips made in house cooked in salsa verde and topped with creama fresca, queso fresco, red onion and radish with grilled farm steak and a sunny side up egg. This is definitely a favorite and class breakfast item of Hunger Street.
To experience a French brunch, look no further than Dove Cote. Fun fact, their beautiful walls were hand painted with blue and golden accents. You will feel transported to the romantic city of Paris, and never leave Orlando. Dove Cote is nothing short of elegant and stays true to classic French dishes and spirits for brunch.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 10:30AM-2PM
What to Order: Try their Devonshire- Made with turkey, bacon, cheese sauce, fries, and sunny side egg. Add on their country biscuits and jam.
Bottomless Mimosas, Bloody Marys, and House Beers -$15
Yard House last year launched new brunch menu items and a great deal on mix and match bottomless drinks, now available in their Orlando locations. Their portion sizes are VERY generous and packed with flavor. Your money goes a long way here at Yard House. Their menu features classic Mexican, American and Southern Traditional food. Available at multiple locations.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 10AM-2PM
What to Order: Bread Pudding French Toast with Fresh Berries and Machacha Con Huevos
The restaurant that makes you feel right at home with its cozy and inviting atmosphere. This is one of my favorite local restaurants in Orlando’s hipster neighborhood Mills 50. Each dish is made from the heart and with love by the owners and chefs. A must try for any occasion and I highly recommend it. Make sure to come for dinner and try their homemade desserts after brunch.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday 11AM-3PM
What to Order: Johnny Cakes- Blueberry compote, lime butter, and maple syrup and the Brunch Burger made with bacon, sunny side up eggs, lettuce, tomato, onion, mayo on toasted brioche with classic French fries. Each Mimosa is $4
Bottomless Boba-Mosas ($15.95) and Bottomless Mimosas ($12.95)
Famous for their newly invented Bottomless Boba-Mosa, a self serve mimosa with Boba bar that was featured on BuzzFeed. Domu is known as one of the first and best ramen places in Orlando, named one of the top ramen spots in the city by countless publications, and named as the place to get the Best Wings in Florida by Insider.com. Their brunch is a unique twist on any traditional brunches out there.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 11AM-2:30PM
What to Order: The Richie Rich Ramen , Benedict Bao , and their famous wings!
Bottomless Mimosas and Sangria - included
One of the VERY few and best places that offers an all-you-can-eat brunch in Orlando and bottomless mimosas and sangrias , all for $44.95 per person. They even have a made to order omelet station. This place is always packed, so it’s a must to make a reservation at least a week in advance , if not 2 weeks to be safe.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 10AM-2:30PM
What to Order: Everything! All you can eat. Their crab legs are the business and come highly recommended
Canvas Restaurant & Market
Bottomless Mimosas- $14
One of the best views in Lake Nona with a picturesque view of the incredible lake while you sip on brunch cocktails. This farm to table restaurant is perfect for brunch in Orlando, and one of the main food spots in Lake Nona.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday and Sunday 11AM-3PM
What to Order: Try their sweet Meyer Lemon Pancakes or their Lobster Benedict served with a flaky biscuit.
Boca in the heart of Winter Park not only has some of the BEST flatbreads in Orlando, but also has a unique and flavorful brunch. You must try their flatbread- also available to you on their brunch menu.
Breakfast Days & Hours : 8AM-7PM and Sundays 10AM - 6PM
What to Order: Brie & Apple Flatbread, Grand Mar’s French Toast, Mission Grilled Cheese
Farm & Haus
Farm & Haus does not call their breakfast menu a brunch, however they serve breakfast food all day long, and in my opinion makes the most amazing scrambled eggs and avocado toast I have ever had anywhere! Mark my words. Located inside East End Market, this is one my fave breakfast places. The menu is small but packs so much flavor in their menu items. A true gem of our city.
Breakfast Days & Hours Everyday: 8AM-7PM and Sundays 10AM - 6PM
What to Order: Avocado Toast and Southwest Hash Bowl topped with their in house out of this world guacamole
A local favorite that has been featured on the news , publications, and got a visit from the Food Network and Guy Fieri. The line to get in wraps around the building, and is worth the wait. They specialize in incredible baked goods and signature breakfast foods. Breakfast served ALL Day during their normal hours.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 9AM-3PM
What to Order: 3 Little Pigs off their breakfast menu and bacon cornbread waffles from their brunch menu
Known for their incredible fluffy light pancakes topped with fruit, jams, chocolate chips, and cream. A cute chic gem brunch spot in Winter Park.
Brunch Days & Hours: Every day 7AM-5PM, Sunday 8AM-5PM
What to Order: Raspberry & Brie Stuffed brioche French toast
Located in the Alfond Inn at Rollins, Hamilton’s Kitchen gives you a fine dining one of a kind experience . This place is very upscale in the heart of Winter Park. Their food is made by great chefs, and they often offer huge dinners and catering for weddings that are often held at the Alfond Inn.
Brunch Days & Hours: Everyday 7AM-2PM
What to Order: Hot Honey Chicken Biscuit
Bottomless Mimosas- $13.50
A cool spot located in Downtown Orlando near Wall Street and Church Street. You might be confused why a Gastrobar might be on this list, but the food and service here for brunch cannot be ignored. It won’t hurt your wallet and you will leave satisfied. Where else can you channel your inner child and order cereal off a menu for brunch? That’s right- they offer Apple Jacks and Cinnamon Toast Crunch. I’ll take that.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday 11AM-4PM, Sunday 10AM-4PM
What to Order: Waffle Burger
Located right across from the scenic Lake Ivanhoe in Ivanhoe Village, Hammered Lamb is a local favorite. It is unique in so many ways and very inviting . They have ping pong tables, super fun trivia nights, live music, and even offer free shots every time the train goes by! On top of this they have a delicious full brunch menu, and even offer a Bloody Mary bar where you have the choice of 75 different toppings to choose from. If you want the best Bloody Mary for brunch in Orlando, Hammered Lamb has got you covered.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 10AM-2PM
What to Order: Mushroom Duxele Toast, Hammered Lamb Gyro and a Bloody Mary
Soco Thornton Park
Bottomless Mimosas- $10
Who doesn’t love Southern classic dishes made to perfection? Soco offers a great selection of brunch items. Their outdoor patio is a perfect place to drink mimosas all morning while enjoying the delicious menu. In the heart of Thornton Park Orlando.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 11AM- 3PM
What to Order: Chicken & Dumplings as a starter, with Fresh Buttermilk Biscuits and Graby with Crispy Pork Belly as your main.
The Osprey Tavern
Located in Baldwin Park, the Osprey Tavern has an awesome group of talented chefs and mixologists. The decor and ambiance are fit for anyone to enjoy, whether you are celebrating a birthday or anniversary, it’s rustic vibe makes you want to stay past brunch time. Their brunch menu gives a variety of price points and gives modern twists on classics , and different options of salty, savory, and sweet. They even have a cute trolley cart that travels around the restaurant filled with decadent pastries! Don’t mind if I do.
Brunch Days & Hours: Sunday 10:30AM-2:30PM
What to Order: Corned Beef Hash or the Fried Chicken Sandwich
Earls Kitchen + Bar
Bottomless Mimosas- $12
One of my favorite and chic places to eat near the Mall at Millenia for happy hour and brunch. The look and decor will make you feel like in the Mad Men era, classic and a modern mid century feel. Do not pass up on their great happy hour deals and yummy drinks.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday 11AM-2PM and Sunday 10AM-2PM, Brunch Happy Hour until noon
What to Order: Avocado Super Brunch
Luke’s Kitchen + Bar
Located in Maitland, Luke’s is owned by the same owners of Luma and Prato, and one of their newest restaurant concepts. Luke’s is honestly one of the first places that comes to mind as the best brunch menu in Orlando overall- they are top notch with their brunch cocktails, and even offer a brunch bowl that I seemed to not get enough of... it was that good! It is on the higher price side, but the food and great service makes it absolutely worth it. Their brunch menu is not on their website, and does change seasonally. Be sure to follow their Instagram page for their brunch menu and food.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 11AM-3PM
What to Order: Brunch Punch Bowl with their Dutch Baby and Pork schnitzel with sage sausage, sausage gravy, farm egg, and spinach.
K Restaurant launched their brunch menu last year. As of right now, they do not have their brunch menu displayed on their website, however, this place is not one to miss for your next brunch date! This American eatery gives southern dishes to a whole new level, using locally sourced ingredients. The atmosphere is very cozy, and has an outside garden with lovely ambiance and seating.
Brunch Days & Hours: Sunday 10AM-2PM
What to Order: Pork Belly Benedict and Basket of Biscuits with Cinnamon Maple Honey Butter
Another Broken Egg Cafe
Such a catchy name for a restaurant, I cannot ever forget this place. Not only because of the name, but the delicious brunch food I have had here. This is a place you want to get in line early for- there is always a wait. They have such a HUGE brunch menu compared to any other place in Orlando I have seen. They have close to a dozen sweet, savory, traditional, and side items for you to choose from during your brunch day!
Brunch Days & Hours:
What to Order: Lemon Blueberry Goat Cheese Pancakes , Broken Egg Biscuit Sandwich, and their class Beignets
Known for their in house made from scratch desserts pastries and cakes, Buttermilk Bakery does not miss the mark on any of their food, including their brunch menu. You cannot eat at this place without trying one of their cake slices, fluffy flaky croissants, or brownies. Note that their brunch menu is subject to specials and changes.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 11AM-3PM
What to Order: Baker’s Breakfast - comes with house Kaiser roll, fried egg, aged cheddar, black salsa with a side of potatoes. Order with their buttermilk pancakes.
Who ever said you cant have Italian food for brunch must have never tasted some of the best Italian food in Orlando at Pizza Bruno. I love that they offer their signature classic dishes on their brunch menu, along with new items. Pizza Bruno is one of a kind and is continuing to grow their brunch menu that they recently launched last year. Don’t walk, run to Pizza Bruno- you must try their meatballs.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday & Sunday 11AM-3PM
What to Order: Meatballs over polenta and Pizza Amatricana topped with an egg
Ragland Road - Disney Springs
Disney Springs has really developed over these few years, reinventing themselves as one of the center places for entertainment, food, and shopping. I have gotten asked a lot about brunch options near Disney. Disney Springs offers several award-winning restaurants along with brunch. At Ragland Road- you get the WHOLE package if you are looking for entertainment and great food. On weekend brunch, enjoy Irish food, live music, entertainment, and their signature Irish drinks.
Brunch Days & Hours: Saturday and Sunday 9AM-3PM
What to Order: Pancake Diaspora with crème fraiche or their Full Irish Breakfast with sausage, black and white pudding, bacon, roasted tomato, mushrooms and fried eggs with roasties.
Bottomless Mimosas - $15
Come in Cafe Linger and stay awhile. This cute cafe located in Edgewater Drive is a great spot for enjoying weekend brunch. They have couches and antique tables, making you feel like you are in someone’s cozy home. They opened last year and offer a great brunch menu and local beers.
Brunch Days & Hours: Sundays 9AM-4PM
What to Order: Linger breakfast and Madame Linger
Metro Diner began its origins in Jacksonville, FL, just a few hours north of Orlando. From there, they expanded to Orlando and to other southern cities. Their classic family style diner is a great option for a classic brunch. Their fried chicken is top notch, made fresh and in house, along with their buttermilk super delicious biscuits. Each of their mimosas are $4.49, and they offer breakfast and mimosas ALL DAY LONG! Check them out in their many Orlando locations.
Brunch Days & Hours: Everyday Weekdays through Saturday 7AM-9PM and Sunday 7AM-8PM
What to Order: Chicken and waffles.
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