Discover a Bounty of Brunch Bonanzas in Orlando

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Jump-start your day at one of Orlando’s 20 best places to enjoy an amazing brunch. Mimosa anyone?

By Nate Shelton

Who knew the best meal comes between breakfast and lunch? Whether it’s kick-starting a full day of exploration or total relaxation, rolling out of bed in Orlando for bottomless mimosas, freshly brewed coffee, eggs benedict and bacon has never been so delicious. Check out the 20 best places to enjoy an amazing brunch in the Orlando area, including the Lake Buena Vista, International Drive, Downtown Orlando and Winter Park eating districts.

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Eggs Benedict at Plancha 

Lake Buena Vista Area

House of Blues: The Gospel Brunch experience at Disney Springs includes live gospel performances. Between sets, guests can indulge in an all-you-can-eat buffet full of Southern specialties.

Narcoossee’s: The Sunday-only brunch at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa features fresh coastal cuisine from North America. Enjoy the panoramic views of the Seven Seas Lagoon while you brunch.

Plancha: Head to Walt Disney World‘s Four Seasons Resort Orlando for a Sunday brunch with an all-you-can-eat, Cuban-American buffet, as well as bottomless Bloody Marys and mimosas.

Ravello: Also at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando, this eatery has Mediterranean-inspired cuisine and traditional favorites. And on Thursday and Saturday, Goofy visits for the Good Morning Breakfast.

Trattoria al Forno: Located at Disney’s BoardWalk, this choice boasts an array of Italian-inspired breakfast entrees. It also offers the chance to meet classic Disney characters at the Bon Voyage Adventure Breakfast.

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Flamenco Dancer at Tapa Toro 

International Drive/Universal Area

Café Tu Tu Tango: For $25 per adult and $10 for kids 10 and under, get unlimited small plates from their Bottomless Brunch menu on International Drive. While you dine, local artists paint and display their art, which you can purchase on site.

Hash House A Go Go: Their daily brunch boasts farm-fresh ingredients and old recipes with a twist. They’re conveniently located by the Orlando International Premium Outlets.

Maggiano’s Little Italy: Until 3 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays at Pointe Orlando, guests can brunch on traditional dishes with Italian influences such as the Meatball Benedict and Italian Sausage Frittata.

Slate: Every Saturday, enjoy a delectable brunch buffet with a made-to-order station, accompanied by bottomless mimosas and sangria. They’re on Sand Lake Road just a short distance from Restaurant Row.

Tapa Toro: This delicious brunch menu features bottomless sangria and mimosas on International Drive. Flamenco dancing and DJ entertainment make it a brunch experience unlike anywhere else.

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Brunch Buffett at KASA Restaurant & Bar

Downtown Orlando

The Boheme at Grand Bohemian Hotel: Featuring local, contemporary jazz musicians, this sophisticated weekly Sunday Jazz Brunch invites you to sip on mimosas and indulge in delicious food.

Hamburger Mary’s Bar & Grille: Catch a lively Broadway show, like Mary Poppins, Hairspray or Grease, while devouring Church Street Skillets or Stack ‘Em Up Pancakes. Reservations are required.

KASA Restaurant & Bar: This fresh, contemporary place offers “Bubbles n’ Brunch” on Sundays. Enjoy brunch buffet and live entertainment, as well as personalized bottomless mimosas.

Santiago’s Bodega: Crab legs, bacon, French toast and other yummy creations are among some of the savory selections offered at their weekend brunch buffet. A wide array of sangria is also available.

Se7en Bites: This eatery was recently featured on the Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Their weekend-only enhanced brunch menu has unique items like Bacon Cornbread Waffles and Elvis Bread Pudding.

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Muffins at Briarpatch

Winter Park

Briarpatch: This Park Avenue eatery offers seasonal brunch items like pecan-topped buttermilk pancakes or their Jumbo Lump Crab Scramble. Brunch cocktails include Bourbon Blackberry Lemonade and classic Gin & Tonic.

Bulla Gastrobar: The restaurant’s Spanish-inspired cuisine shines through in its brunch offerings, such as the Bikini Sandwich (quail eggs, brioche, Serrano ham, tetilla cheese and béchamel). Specialty sangrias and mimosas are also available.

Domu: This modern Asian restaurant and bar specializes in packing big flavor into small plates. Their brunch menu includes the endless Boba-mosa, a drink that combines boba with mimosa. They’re inside East End Market in Audubon Park, an Orlando neighborhood adjacent to Winter Park.

Hamilton’s Kitchen: Located inside The Alfond Inn, this open-table restaurant is perfect for a charming brunch with friends. Proceeds help support scholarships for students attending Rollins College.

The Porch: Self-proclaimed as the foundation of flavor in Winter Park, this restaurant has daily brunch options. On Sunday, the all-you-can-eat brunch buffet includes an omelet bar and bottomless mimosas.

Brunch in Orlando Like a VIP

Whether you’re exploring downtown Orlando or staying near the theme parks, rest assured you’ll find a place to enjoy a savory brunch. For more dining options throughout the destination, visit our Restaurants page or go to our blog, where you’ll find the latest updates on what’s new in Orlando’s culinary scene.

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Written by Nate Shelton, Consumer Content Writer at Visit Orlando. He’s a native Floridian who appreciates the entertainment, historical and culinary aspects of the City Beautiful and Orange County.

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