Best Brunch in West Palm Beach
The best brunch in West Palm Beach is hard to pinpoint. We have so many great brunch spots in the city that it’s hard to pick just one!
Brunch is kind of a big deal here. The bars close at 4 a.m., so we have just enough time for a nap — and then we brunch! Most of these restaurants have a bottomless cocktail offering but not all do, so it’s a good idea to call ahead if you’re planning on hairing the dog.
Our Top Picks for the Best Brunch in West Palm Beach’s Downtown
This restaurant is Italian on the inside and hipster on the outside where you can brunch in an Airstream trailer on their colorful patio. The menu features hearty antipasto, creamy pasta and substantial salads. At brunch, they serve breakfast calzones, breakfast burgers and zucchini pancakes.By the way, it’s called a Bad & Boozy Brunch so count on bottomless mimosas and bellinis. This best brunch spot is another one featured on our Downtown West Palm Beach Food Tour.
Pistache French Bistro
Recently awarded “Best Brunch” in Downtown West Palm Beach by the Palm Beach Post, Pistache is a breakfast-lover’s paradise, and the place to go if you’re feeling a little fancy. Why does it feel like the French just ‘get’ brunch? Eggs bennies dominate this menu, and you can get them one of two different ways. Or, if you’re feeling super French, the croque-madame is the way to go. This spot is yet another one featured on our Downtown West Palm Beach Food Tour.
By night, Lynora’s is known for wood-fired pizzas and modern, yet rustic pasta dishes. But by day, you’ll find bottomless drinks, lemon ricotta waffles, zeppoles and brunch pizza.
Rocco’s Tacos and Tequila Bar
Sometimes you just need a little tequila for breakfast. Rocco’s menu features breakfast tacos, avocado toast and wet burritos topped with eggs. You could even go the healthy route and order a cold-pressed juice. Before you order your tequila, that is!
Batch New Southern Kitchen and Tap
Batch is the new kid in town — but that doesn’t mean that there’s anything novice about their food. Head here for brunch and enjoy some of the best fried chicken and waffles you’ve ever tasted. They’re served with whipped butter and honey. Or, get even more decadent with their chocolate waffles, topped with thick, chocolate syrup and whipped cream. Is this breakfast, or is it dessert? Who cares? It’s brunch!
Forget Cali! West Palm Beach can do costal farm-to-table just as good as the West Coast can. Take a seat on the patio and nosh on fresh fish, eggs and salads. Wash it down with one of their specialty cocktails, like a melon mule or an avocado margarita.
Looking for a drag brunch and fantastic Southern food…Sassafras is calling! Crab Cake Eggs Benedict, Key West Pink Shrimp & Grits are Fried Chicken & Waffles will tempt your tastebuds.
Can’t choose just one place for brunch? Try the Mornings in the Market Brunch Tour on Saturdays in the award-winning West Palm Beach GreenMarket. Think Venezuelan arepas, local tropical fruits, Cuban coffee, conch fritters and more! Although not bottomless, you’ll finish the tour sipping a mimosa.
Loic Bakery Café Bar
This charming French bakery and cafe is a hidden gem frequented by locals. The best part about this menu is that you can order breakfast anytime. They serve the best croissants in West Palm Beach — and offer over five different varieties. We’re particularly fond of the white chocolate pistachio croissant. You’ll just need to try a few to see if you agree with us.
Paris Bakery & Café
Known for their popular Le Frunche (French Brunch), this jewel box café features both sweet and savory crepes. Each savory crepe is filled with eggs and toppings…think veggies, ratatouille, Brie and bacon. They’re served with fried potatoes and a buttered baguette. Just make sure to get here Saturday because Le Frunche isn’t served Sunday.
Best Brunch in West Palm Beach: Outside of Downtown
Looking for the best brunch in West Palm Beach – but don’t fancy any of the above spots? If you’re up for a short walk (or an even shorter drive), head to one of these brunch favorites just outside of downtown.
Table 26 bloody marys and bloody shrimp cocktail, bellinis and almond croissant French toast. Need we say more?
Howley’s Restaurant is the spot to hit up when you’re craving a little comfort food (so, always!). Situated in a 1950s-style diner, this place has tons of character.
The Circle is where you go when your parents are in town (or, when you just want to splurge). Located in The Breakers resort, this is by far the fanciest brunch spot on the list.
Decisions, delicious decisions.