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Brunchin’ in the Sunshine State: Where to Have Brunch in Florida

Updated: Sep 13, 2023

Florida is known for its sunny weather, beautiful beaches, and booming nightlife. However, the state's brunch scene that's truly worth talking about. Whether you're looking for a bottomless mimosa brunch, a beachside brunch, or a classic American breakfast, Florida has plenty of options to satisfy your craving.


From the bustling cities of Miami and Orlando to the quaint coastal towns of St. Augustine and Sarasota, there's no shortage of places to enjoy a delicious brunch in Florida. Here are some of the best places to brunch on our list.


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The Little Hen - Miami, Florida

One of Miami’s most popular brunch spots, the Little Hen is a contemporary breakfast and brunch spot with English-inspired touches. Its rosy pink and floral decor is scattered around the establishment and immediately makes you feel like you’ve entered a brunch haven.


The Little Hen is known for their rose petal pancakes, which have roses sprinkled on top and within a light pink fluffy short stack. There are plenty of brunch options, and you’ll love having brunch with some of your closest girls here.


I visited this brunch spot myself and can confirm that it is a place you want to stop by when passing through South Florida.





Sunday Gathering Table - Saint Augustine

St. Augustine is a small town in Florida with a lot to do, so if you ever find yourself in town and are up for a family-friendly brunch vibe, the Sunday Gathering Table is where you’ll want to be.


The Sunday Gathering Table is a home turned into a cozy restaurant serving fresh and local ingredients. There is a beautiful outdoor courtyard where guests can enjoy dining.


From St. Augustine Shrimp Cobb to creamy grits, you will have plenty of options when you brunch at the Sunday Gathering Table.


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Bar 17 Bistro - Orlando, Florida


If you enjoy your brunch with stunning views, you’ll love Bar 17 Bistro! Inside of Universal’s Aventura Hotel, this open-air rooftop bar has a beautiful ambiance and is where you can catch Disney fireworks or the sunset. You’ll also have a great view of all three of the Universal theme parks.


With comfty white sofas and seating, once you’ve settled in, you won’t want to leave. Bar 17 Bistro’s menu is more suited for small bites and lunch, so if you’re in the mood for breakfast foods keep this in mind!


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Libby’s Neighborhood Brasserie - Sarasota

Libby’s serves various American dishes in a modern semi-upscale setting and has a good reputation in Sarasota for being an excellent brunch venue. A warm and inviting atmosphere, customer service is also what keeps people coming back here!


On the weekend, you can have $10 bottomless mimosas paired with a selection from the restaurant’s separate brunch menu. With brunch options like the Bananas Foster French Toast and Blue Crab & Shrimp Benedict, Libby’s is a brunch spot in Florida you may want to add to your list.


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Table 23 - Tallahassee

Table 23 in Tallahassee is inside the Governor's Inn and features modern American cuisine with a Southern twist. Brunch Sundays at Table 23 run from 10 am - 2 pm and are dedicated to unwinding and preparing for the new week at this restaurant.


Complementing the vibe of being a Southern-inspired establishment, you can also sit outdoors on the porch, an attachment to the restaurant that makes you feel at home.



Image Credit: Table 23

The Bevy - Naples

From the moment you look at The Bevy’s entranceway, you can tell you are about to be brunchin’ in style. The Bevy is claiming to place a new spin on the “American cuisine, daily happy hour, dinner, full bar & craft cocktails, and a great wine selection in a unique indoor-outdoor space with vertical gardens.”


On Saturdays and Sundays, “Bevy Brunch” goes down at The Bevy with mimosas and bloody marys offered for $5 and a specialty menu.


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peteson920
peteson920
May 09, 2023

I love the vibe in St Augustine

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Aurelia Moore
Aurelia Moore
May 08, 2023

Personally loved Florida until they started a war with Black and Brown folk. Still have a home there. But refuse to add another dollar or penny to that economy while DeathSantis is still ruling. Thanks for the suggestions, but will have to pass for now. Stay WOKE #boycottFlorida✊🏽

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