In the Springfield area of downtown, the district hides away a little oasis in its back-patio area. Reserve a yurt or one of their newer geoglobes to enjoy some mimosa towers and brunch specials. Bottomless mimosas offered. Only on Saturdays and Sundays.
Breakfast served all day? Yes please. Get yourself a mimosa bucket or Bloody Good Mary and enjoy a little brunch action at Uptown Kitchen & Bar. Their lunch and breakfast menu are superb and will have you leaving with a happy tummy. Closed Mondays.
The cutest, little location is 1748 Bakehouse. Their food is delicious, clean, and refreshing. This spot is great if you want a more relaxed coffee shop feel. Closed Mondays.
Who doesn’t love a good biscuit? Maple Street is biscuits on steroids. These biscuits are loaded to the brim with deliciousness. They are in the downtown section of this article, but they also have locations all over the 904.
Brunch every day! You can get all the brunch classics at Brunch Haus. I mean, it is in its name, so it has to be good. Not to mention that they have a wide selection of vegan options. Closed Tuesdays.
Two words: brunch charcuterie. Enough said, right? You will never leave Tulua Bistro hungry especially if you and your gang opt for one of their overflowing brunch boards.
The Florida Cracker Kitchen takes southern food to the next level. Their 10,000 Island Shrimp & Grits truly makes a memorable impression on you in the best way possible. Not to mention all the other delicious classics they offer daily. Closed Mondays.
If you are looking for indulgent breakfast foods, stop right here. We’re talking loaded pancakes and French toast, eggs made any way bursting with flavor, and an easy, comfortable atmosphere. Another Broken Egg Café knows how to do breakfast and slays at their lunches, as well.
Get a modern twist on brunch at Coop 303. Their menu has a vast amount of options for any palate. Pick sitting out on the deck or in the stylish interior for some amazing ambiance.
Everyone loves a good diner and Beach Diner does not disappoint. They hold all your favorites: waffles, pancakes, eggs benedict, etc. It won’t be hard to find something from their menu that will bring a smile to your face.
River and Post has one of the best brunches in JAX. The food is exquisite and the service is even better. Make a day out of it, too, and after brunch go up to their rooftop for some more cocktails and views. If in St. Augustine, check out their River and Fort location for a different, yet equally as good menu. Only on Saturdays and Sundays.
Southern Grounds is the perfect place for any vibe you are looking for. Taking your friends for brunch or just needing some sustenance while working on your laptop? They appeal to both crowds. Their menu has something for everyone, and the coffee is out of this world.
If you’re looking for something with a lot of personality, look no further. Fox Restaurant is equal parts fun and trendy. Not to mention their food is “foxy” and fresh.
Brunch with a little kick is Iguana on Park. Their Latin-infused dishes are a refreshing change of pace. Their colorful flavors will have you running back for more. Only on Saturdays and Sundays.
Cute and intimate are the perfect adjectives to describe Prospect. Their brunch offers a variety of mimosas including a beermosa and tequilosa. Their food is both fun and elegant with items like Breakfast Burgers. Only on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Ice Plant stands strong as a favorite in St. Augustine and never seems to budge. Their drinks are arguably some of the best in town and change seasonally. Their food is the definition of farm to table with how fresh and local it all is. Ice Plant is never a disappointment. Only on Satudays and Sundays.
This is a little locals’ best kept secret we’re letting you in on. Blue Hen has been a staple in the Lincolnville area of St. Augustine for years. They have also mastered the art of mimosas with a dash of orange juice and the rest champagne. Closed Monday.
Transport back in time by having brunch at the Roosevelt Room on St. George. Prohibition Kitchen’s little brother has lived up to the hype and dished out some amazing brunch options. I’ll let you in on a little secret: the Brulee French Toast is to die for.
Add a little sunshine to your day by going to Sunday. This spot really has mastered the good vibes with their décor, food, and service. They are literally made for brunch. You can’t leave Sunday in a bad mood, especially after eating some of their sourdough. Closed Mondays.
STA beach holds the best breakfast buffet. Yes, you heard that right, BUFFET. All you can eat brunch buffet at Café Eleven is well worth it. Not to mention they have half priced sangria and mimosas with the purchase of the buffet. Only on Saturdays and Sundays.
Grumpy’s will make you feel like you woke up after sleeping over at your grandparent’s house. The food is equal parts delicious and comforting.
Feeling Parisian? Transport yourself with the tastes of Paris at Le Petit Paris. The only thing that is missing is the Eiffel Tower.
Pancake heaven, oops, I mean Canopy Road Café has a menu to drool over. Their pancakes will explode your taste buds with flavors like Reese’s Pieces and Funky Monkey. You won’t be able to decide what to get!
Head over to The Local to enjoy tasty creations including Brunch Burgers, Hot Honey Chicken, and so much more.
Dive into the joy of weekend vibes at Copeland's Southside! Saturdays bring a brunch bash with made-to-order omelets, fresh Belgian waffles, and mimosas that are pure delight. Sundays crank it up a notch, taking brunch to the next level with all the Saturday buffet goodies and more fun surprises!
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