Orlando has officially been named a foodie hub of the country but honestly I already knew that! Jeff and I eat out quite often, whether we’re hitting up a food truck at Tasty Tuesday or dining at Seasons 52 we go places for two reasons and two reasons only, the Food and the Vibe. Well service counts too!
Today I need you all to trust in me completely when I say these 3 restaurants are the top 3 places to go for brunch! Now this doesn’t mean I’m saying every other brunch spot is less than desirable, what I’m saying is these 3 places have a the total package from a stellar menu, great service and a vibe that will make you want to never leave and to make it even better the menus these 3 places offer are so different and mouth watering you’ll have to keep coming back to try it all!
Blu On the Avenue
Blu on the Avenue is a restaurant in Winter Park on Park Avenue. If you want to sit outside there’s a patio option and if you want to sit inside you might still feel like your outside with the doors in being a glass wall and the skylight you’ll find on the ceiling. Not only is the drink menu awesome with the best Sangria I’ve had in years but the food menu is one that will keep you coming back with things like Banana Foster French Toast and Steak and Grits made with Corn Grits you’re sure to have the brunch of a lifetime.
Okay So this is one place Jeff and I venture to at least once a month because everything is perfect every time! With an open concept dining room, Huge glass windows and a glass contraption that shows you how the restaurant makes their on Coffee Tequila (which is mesmerizing) might I add you’ll love Artisan’s Table. Here you can get delicious “Sparklers” – Sparkling juice in the flavors of Blood Orange, Elderberry and more and what’s not so surprising is the food is even better! With things like Stuffed French Toast ( Sweet, savory and filling) and Pastrami Hash (Get it almost every time!) this restaurant is must visit here in Orlando.
This restaurant has 2 locations! One on Lake Eola in Downtown Orlando and one on Park Avenue and an even more fun fact? The owners of 310 are the same owners of Blu on the Avenue! I know what you’re thinking, okay the food is probably the same right? Nope! Very different Brunch Menus and very different locations. 310 Lakeside is right across from Lake Eola while 310 Park South is in the midst of shops and restaurants. The menu at 310 is definitely more traditional brunch with a fun twist! From French Toast made on french bread coated in Frosted Flakes to Tenderloin Benedict and even a Pear Brie Omelet. 310 has something for everyone!
If you’ve been to any of these brunch spots tell me what you think! And leave me a comment if you have a restaurant I need to try!
5 thoughts on “Orlando’s Top 3 Brunch Spots”
Im in Orlando too. I cant wait to try these places. Thanks!
You’re welcome! I’m sure you’ll love them
When I go back to Orlando I will def give these places a try, thanks!
I am going to have to try these spots! I love brunch, so I’m always eager to hear about new suggestions. Check out Nova’s Scratch Kitechen, they have a great brunch spread.
I’ve heard that! Definitely going to have to try Nova out