Ten Best Brunches in Palm Beach County
4. John G's
John G's Facebook Try the famous cinnamon nut French toast at John G's -- if you can grab a seat before they stop serving it!
You know the food is good when it's guaranteed there will be a line out the door, and around the corner for a seat on the weekends. That's how it will be at John G's in Lake Worth this weekend. A locals' type spot that's been known for generations, John G's serves up one heck of a brunch (breakfast served until 11:45 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday). The plate to steal the show at your table: thick-sliced french toast, served multiple ways. We love the original cinnamon nut -- three slabs of moist toast coated with a layer of cinnamon-sugar and slivered almonds -- or the raisin cream cheese drenched in warm, house made raisin syrup. Just don't forget your cash (it's all they take).
3. Kapow! Noodle Bar
Kapow! Facebook The Sunday beats, brunch and booze in Kapow! at Boca offers a Bloody Mary bar.
OK, so Kapow! always seems to have the best of everything (wings, chef, happy hour) and we're going to go ahead and admit their Sunday brunch is no different. For those Sunday mornings when you're looking to keep the good times going -- perhaps you never made it home Saturday night?! -- Kapow! Noodle Bar offers the perfect party spot. Last month they began their very own Beats, Booze & Brunch. The lounge-like outdoor courtyard between Kapow! and Dubliner at Mizner Park acts as a chill space to hang out, listen to some fresh tunes by DJ Misha Samson, and drink the $15 "never ending" mimosa and Tito's vodka Bloody Mary bar. And how about the food? You have one of the 2013 Top 10 Chefs in South Florida, Caleb Holman, cooking your breakfast.
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