Ten Best Brunches in Broward County
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Most people choose to live in South Florida for the idyllic beaches. Given the option, wouldn't you prefer to incorporate the beach view into your brunch? Yeah, we thought so. Set right across from the Atlantic, with tables stacked to ensure a view, S3 serves creative fare with a fresh ocean breeze. Innovative à la carte options like chicken and sweet potato waffles, pork belly hash, and banana bread French toast will fill you up while drinks, such as passion fruit and lychee bellinis as well as bloody mary samplers, get you going on your Sunday funday. Brunch is offered on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
3. Blue Moon Fish Co.
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One of the Fort Lauderdale's greatest attributes is its seemingly endless canals and waterways -- hey, it's called the Venice of America for a reason. Could there possibly be a more relaxing way to spend a Sunday than watching the boats pass by while consuming oysters and Champagne? Doubtful. If that seems like your ideal way to start off the week, you need to head over to Blue Moon Fish Co. The seafoodcentric spot offers an all-you-can-eat and drink-all-you-want (Champagne, bloody marys, and mimosas) brunch for $48.95 apiece. Choose from a wide array of options, ranging from a breakfast bar with Benedicts and Belgian waffles to a seafood table to sweets to pastas and charcuteries to a carving station and chef-prepared entrées.
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721 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL