Ten Best Brunches in Palm Beach County
When you party as much as South Florida does, there's only one thing that can make a long Saturday night even better. And that would be an even boozier Sunday brunch. Luckily the half-breakfast, half-lunch is one thing that's done well in Palm Beach County, where a variety of hotels, restaurants and locals' spots offer a variety of menus, specials and -- of course -- bottomless mimosas and Bloody Mary bars.
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See also: Ten Best Brunches in Broward County
So this weekend why not try brunch with an ocean front view or a dish like S'mores French toast smothered in house-infused maple syrup - or just get hammered with $15 "never-ending" Bloody Marys.
No matter what you choose, we guarantee these spots will offer up a brunch to remember for months to come. So, here it is, the ten best brunches in Palm Beach County.
10. Deck 84
Deck 84 Facebook Try the 24-hour French toast at Deck 84 during Sunday brunch.
For an outdoorsy, kid-friendly brunch try Deck 84 in Delray Beach. The ranging, covered patio provides the perfect Sunday morning spot for a late breakfast or early lunch. The menu offers inventive dishes -- classic dishes with a signature Deck 84 spin, like the 24-Hour French Toast made with brioche bread and wild berries. Or try their breakfast burrito made with organic scrambled eggs, caramelized onions, roasted poblano peppers, cheddar-jack cheese and topped with a fresh enchilada sauce, sour cream, guacamole and pico de gallo. Something we've never seen before: the smoked salmon scramble made with Nova smoked salmon, goat cheese and chives. Of course, no brunch menu would be complete without a list of cocktails. There's the build-your-own Bloody Mary bar, available from noon to 3 p.m., where guests choose from more than 20 ingredients to personalize their unique cocktail, including four types of tomato juice and garnishes like celery sticks, stuffed olives, peppers, various spices, and 12 different kinds of hot sauce.
9. Caffe Luna Rosa
Caffe Luna Rosa Facebook Weekend brunch specials include two tortillas stuffed with diced filet mignon, cabbage slaw, guacamole, chipotle aioli and tomato salsa.
The brunch menu at this long-standing Delray Beach establishment is well-known for its variety, everything you'd want for a Sunday morning food-fest including several types of eggs Benedict with spinach, smoked salmon, crab meat or house roasted pastrami and served with a homemade Hollandaise sauce and crispy potato pancakes. Not to be missed: an order of the biscuits and tomato gravy, if it's available. Here, brunch is served Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., specials change weekly, service is prompt -- and it all comes with a fresh ocean breeze thanks to a beachside location directly off A1A.
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