Ten Best Brunches in Broward County
8. Vienna Cafe & Wine Bar
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Most coastal residents tear up at the thought of venturing west of I-95, but this place is certainly worth the trip. Every Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Davie's favorite Austrian-inspired spot serves a brunch that could rival anything found out east. The menu includes a wide selection of creative options spanning from sweet Vienna Famous French Toast ($8) crusted with frosted cornflakes and served with warm berry compote and blueberry pancakes ($8) to savory Spanish frittata ($11) filled with ham, spinach, potatoes, onion, and cheese and topped with salsa and sour cream, as well as Cambridge Royal Smoked Salmon ($12) on potato galette with sour cream and caviar.
Sunday is supposed to be God's day; fortunately, no one has ever said that means you're not allowed to drink. Here you can do both at the weekly Gospel Brunch. So what if it's a bunch of drag queens singing -- or lip-synching -- the Lord's good praise? Hosted by the hilarious Nicolette, the sisters of sequin put on one of the best -- and most entertaining -- shows you'll ever find on a Sunday morning. For $18.50, plus a $5 show cover, choose from dishes like eggs Benedict, Lips cheeseburger, penne alla vodka, and Lips omelet while throwing back unlimited bloody marys, mimosas, and Champagne. You'll most certainly feel uplifted by the time you leave.
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721 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL