Jump-start your day at some of the top brunch spots in Orlando, including Lake Nona’s Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen (pictured).
Updated Jan. 17, 2024
You really can’t beat rolling out of bed for bottomless mimosas, freshly brewed coffee and a long, leisurely brunch — especially in a city as diverse as Orlando. From the tourism district to downtown and beyond, here are some of the best places to savor a not-so-basic brunch throughout the destination.
Please note: Unless otherwise indicated, all brunches are served on Saturday and Sunday.
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Savor a sophisticated brunch buffet with live jazz music and unlimited mimosas during Sunday Jazz Brunch at The Boheme, part of the stunning Grand Bohemian Hotel in downtown Orlando’s City District. Indulge in elevated, European-inspired brunch fare, including smoked salmon crostini, fresh oysters, made-to-order crepes, and the always-popular Hunter’s Board, along with specialty cocktails and zero-proof libations available every Sunday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Give brunch the attention it deserves with a tantalizing prix fixe menu from Bulla Gastrobar in Winter Park, about 25 minutes north of our tourism districts. Choose from Spanish-inspired small plates like smoked salmon montaditos, croquetas de jambon and flan de coco paired with savory entrees and bottomless sangria and mimosas. An a la cart menu is also available if you prefer a traditional tapas-style experience. Brunch is served weekends from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
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Canvas Restaurant & Market
For breezy waterfront dining in a vibrant modern industrial atmosphere, head to Canvas Restaurant & Market in Lake Nona, close to Orlando International Airport, where brunch is served weekends from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Indulge in Florida sweet corn beignets, gulf shrimp and grits, sweet tea crispy chicken and more finger-lickin’ finds, paired with inventive cocktails and craft beer on tap.
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Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen
In the heart of Lake Nona Town Center, Chroma Modern Bar + Kitchen serves up a colorful menu of not-so-basic brunch items, including molten strawberry French toast, steak au poivre, a delectable smoked salmon board and more mouthwatering bites. Wash it all down with playful brunch cocktails while people-watching in this prime social spot. Brunch is served weekends from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Maxine’s on Shine
Tucked away in Colonialtown close to the Mills 50 District, the MICHELIN Guide Recommended Maxine’s on Shine is an Orlando staple beloved for its warm and intimate atmosphere and weekly “Rejuicination Brunch.” Available Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m., the brunch lineup includes specialties like lobster omelettes, brie shrimp and bacon, and signature fried green tomatoes and crab cakes, paired with boozy Mega Pints — 32-ounce mason jar goblets with your choice of Bloody Mary or Mimosa.
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The Glass Knife
Known for its wildly inventive pastries, which are as beautiful as they are delicious, The Glass Knife in Winter Park serves up sweet and savory brunch picks every weekend from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Try the Strawberry Lemon Liege Waffles with house-made lemon curd, or try the Cheddar Biscuit Sandwich Plate or Pimento Cheese Croissant for an elevated take on your basic breakfast sandwich. Pair your meal with wine, cocktails or bubbly, or linger over complex, mind-blowing brews from Onyx Coffee Lab. Don’t forget the European-style pastries! These treats sell out quickly, so grab a box to-go and enjoy all week long.
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The Ravenous Pig
Located in Winter Park, The Ravenous Pig serves up classic pub fare with a creative Southern twist, including a brunch menu packed with mouthwatering picks like porcini-marinated steak and eggs, prime rib hash, and crab cake benedicts. Created by James Beard-nominated Chefs James and Julie Petrakis, this divine eatery is also a MICHELIN Bib Gourmand restaurant. Stop by for brunch — and their signature brunch punch or mimosa bottle service — on weekends from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Additional can’t miss brunch spots in downtown Orlando and beyond include Artisan’s Table, Hamilton’s Kitchen at The Alfond Inn, Rusteak Thornton Park, The Stubborn Mule, The Wellborn, The Monroe, The Osprey and many, many more.
Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Florida Kitchen
For homestyle Southern fare inspired by Florida’s freshest flavors, head to Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’ Florida Kitchen at Disney Springs®, part of Walt Disney World® Resort. Their Rise ‘n Shine Brunch, offered weekends from 9:30 a.m. – 1 p.m., features southern fixin’s like fried green tomatoes, pimento cheese grits, fried chicken and doughnuts, and “church lady” deviled eggs, paired with moonshine cocktails and sweet southern sips.
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New York Beer Project
Located minutes from Walt Disney World in Winter Garden, New York Beer Project is a family-friendly brewery and gastropub styled after the Atlantic Garden Beer Hall in NYC. Their new Sunday Brunch, available from 10 a.m – 2 p.m., pairs elevated breakfast fare like Smoked Brisket Hash & Eggs with award-winning beer flights and spirited party pouch cocktails. Grab a NYBP Donut Flight to go with your beer flight, and don’t miss the Breakfast Bourbon, a blackberry brandy-based cocktail garnished with crispy bacon.
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Located inside the Four Seasons Orlando Resort at Walt Disney World® Resort, Plancha offers a delicious menu of Cuban American and locally-inspired fare like churrasco & eggs, marinated skirt steak benedict, and elote avocado toast during their weekly Sundays at Plancha brunch. Escape to the tropics from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Sundays, and upgrade brunch with bottomless bloody marys or bubbles in a variety of flavors.
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Raglan Road™ Irish Pub & Restaurant
Indulge in a cheeky brunch at Raglan Road™ Irish Pub & Restaurant at Disney Springs, available weekends from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. The Rollicking Irish Brunch is packed with playful Irish entrees and sides like Beef in Bed, Gnocchi Sea Gnocchi Do, or the beloved Dalkey Duo — Dalkey mustard beer-battered sausages served with mustard mayo and buffalo apple sauce. Throw in a whiskey flight, dozens of beer and cider varieties, and specialty brunch cocktails, and kick the weekend off in high spirits.
Wine Bar George
The only wine bar in Florida owned by a Master Sommelier, Wine Bar George offers an excellent Wine Country Brunch on weekends from 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Head to this rustic Disney Springs eatery for sweet and savory bites, cheese and charcuterie boards, and over 140 wine varieties, including rare pours by the ounce. Their boozy frozen cocktails are a must, ranging from classic frosé to Frozcato made with vodka, moscato and DOLE Whip® Pineapple.
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For even more incredible brunch spots in the Lake Buena Vista / Walt Disney World area, try City Works Eatery & Pour House, House of Blues, STK, Terralina Crafted Italian, Paddlefish Restaurant, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, Olivia’s Cafe, Maria & Enzo’s, The Boathouse, and more, including several unofficial brunch options inside the theme parks.
Cafe Tu Tu Tango
It’s a party every weekend at Cafe Tu Tu Tango, a vibrant tapas-style restaurant on International Drive (aka I-Drive) that combines food, art and entertainment. Indulge in endless tapas and street tacos during their weekly Bottomless Brunch, accompanied by live painters and entertainers for an extra splash of color. Add bottomless bloody Marys or mimosas for just $22.22, available every weekend from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
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Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar
Escape to Old Havana at Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar, which serves up flavorful Cuban-inspired favorites like One-Eyed Ropa Vieja Hash, Cafe Con Leche French Toast and Bistec Con Huevos every weekend from 12 – 4 p.m at Pointe Orlando. They also offer specialty brunch cocktails and bottomless pitchers, along with a full range of mouthwatering dinner specialties like paella, Cuban roast pork, and Salmon Paradiso.
Mia’s Italian Kitchen
Savor authentic, made-from-scratch Italian food with bottomless brunch and cocktails at Mia’s Italian Kitchen, available every weekend from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. In addition to fresh, house-made pastas, authentic soups, and signature Sicilian-style pizzas cooked in an 800-degree brick oven, you can chow down on meatball or caprese benedict, breakfast bruschetta, Sunday Gravy Baked Eggs, and more. You can even brunch on the weekdays now, thanks to Mia’s new a la carte “Lunch With a Side of Brunch” menu, available from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Hampton Social
Soak up that coastal summer feeling with rosé all day and breezy brunch picks at The Hampton Social on weekends from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. In addition to laid-back shareables, handhelds and brunch entrees, brunch at this Pointe Orlando eatery features a decadent seafood bar with osyters, ceviche, crab claws and more. Kick things up a notch with oyster shooters, zero-proof libations and shareable specialty cocktails served in an enormous seashell.
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Additional brunch options in the International Drive tourism district, including the areas around SeaWorld® Orlando and Universal Orlando Resort, include North Italia Orlando and Sunday Brunch at The Kitchen at Hard Rock Hotel® at Universal Orlando.
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