With 52 weekends in a year, Downtown West Palm Beach gives you several opportunities to enjoy a memorable brunch! But what makes a brunch memorable & unique? Great atmosphere? Unlimited Mimosas and Bloody Mary’s? From buffet spreads to all-inspiring à la carte dishes, local eateries are waking up to say “Hello” with their best brunch on any Sunday (and well Saturday too!). We think that finding unique dishes you can’t find anywhere else makes dining here so special.
Here are our favorites:
Avocado Grill – 125 Datura Street
Sit al fresco and order the Crab Toast with an Avocado Margarita, both unexpected surprises just bursting with flavor.
Bistro Ten Zero One – 1001 Okeechobee Boulevard
The Loaded Banana and Nutella French Toast with walnuts, caramel and whipped cream is a foodie’s dream. Ask for the Coconut Mojito and you won’t be disappointed.
Hullabaloo – 517 Clematis Street
Get whisked away to their vintage Airstream and try their Pork Belly and Sweet Potato (Two Fried Eggs, Tomato Hollandaise Sauce, Peppers and Onions) with their “John Lennon” hand crafted cocktail.
Kapow Noodle Bar – 519 Clematis Street
Kimchi Benedict…Yes please. Enjoyed poached eggs, crispy pork belly and kimchi Hhllandaise served on a toasted English muffin with a side of hash. The ever so trendy drink of the moment: Aperol Sprites has been called “Sunshine in a glass” and we agree.
Lynora’s WPB – 207 Clematis Street
Waffles and Duck is their spin on Chicken and Waffles – a must try! Enjoy the grooves every Sunday and sip on some Sangria Bianca.
MidiCi WPB – 218 Clematis Street
Their specialty “Eggs & Bacon Pizza” is a traditional Italian breakfast dish most people don’t know about but trust us once you try it, you will be craving eggs on your pizza 24/7.
Pistache – 101 North Clematis Street
Short Rib Hash is a Parisian twist on this American classic. The St. Germain Cocktail, made with Champagne, club soda and Elderflower Liquor, is a refreshing way to jump start the party!
Tapeo – 118 South Clematis Street
The Tortilla Madrid is a delicious Spanish potato omelet served with Spanish sausage & bacon. Pair it with their house sangria.
The Butcher Shop – 209 6th Street
We all have had waffles, but have you ever had a Bubble Waffle? Try their spin of chicken & waffles with a crisp glass of Rose.
So, no matter where you brunch in #DowntownWPB. Make it memorable, share it with the ones you love and have fun. Till next time!