Ten Best Brunches in Broward County
For brunch, there are times when you want to get all decked out in your finery, other days when you just want to throw on a pair of shorts, nosh on some good food, and toss back a couple of drinks with friends. When that's the case, go to d.b.a. The laid-back spot offers topnotch fare, like Parker French toast ($10) filled with cheesecake and chorizo and Gruyère omelet ($10) with home-fried potatoes, in casual digs. Pair those with sake bloody marys, sangria, or two-for-one mimosas while you're at it for a seriously relaxing day. Brunch is available to Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
South Florida is a seafarer's paradise. If you're looking to boat to brunch -- or you just want to pretend -- Coconuts is your ideal spot. With plenty of outdoor seating and an open dining room, the restaurant is perfectly set up for taking in the ocean air. Fortunately, the fare matches the view, with delectable dishes like shrimp and grits ($14); Moo & Cluck ($18), steak and eggs with chimichurri; a number of Benedicts ($12 to $16) ranging from heirloom tomato to lobster; freshly fried free doughnuts; and various specials every week. Finish it off with à la carte mimosas, bloodies, bellinis, sangria, and spritzers to enhance the feelings of enjoyment. Similarly, if you feel like staying away from the big outdoors, the spot's sister restaurant, Foxy Brown, also offers a fantastic brunch.
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