Top 5 Brunch Spots in Palm Beach

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Mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, Omelletes, Egg’s Benedict, Pancakes, Bacon, Maple Syrup; all this on a Sunday afternoon with no worries but what you’re going to order next?  Check out Haute Living’s Top 5 brunch spots in Palm Beach.

1 Café Boulud

Located in the historic Brazilian Court, Chef Daniel Boulud’s Café is ideal for brunch on any Sunday.  Some essential meals here for brunch is the New Yorker, an everything bagel with smoked salmon, green olive schmear, shaved red onions and caperberries.  Another favorite is the Café Boulud Benedict, everything good about brunch is in this Benedict: fried eggs with spinach, crabmeat and tomato hollandaise all on a grilled sourdough sandwich.

301 Australian Ave.

Palm Beach, FL 33480

(561) 650-6060

2 The Circle

Many agree that the Circle at the Breakers Hotel offers the best- and most expensive- brunch in Palm Beach.  For $90 per person, guests can choose from extensive menu or dine on the a la carte menu, most importantly; the dessert menu offers over 30 options.  With high-rise windows and vases full of yellow flowers on each table, the dining here is an elegant affair with a resort casual dress code.

One South County Road
Palm Beach, FL 33480

(888) 273-2537

3 Darbster

Darbster specializes in vegetarian cuisine but it also makes meals for the carnivores.  That being said the brunch menu is full of organic meals, which are delicious, including Organic Tofu Scramble with red peppers, onion and mushroom.  Also for the adventurous diner, try the Raw Tuna Club, a sandwich with organic almond tuna salad, romaine, eggplant bacon, grape tomato and dill mayo.  The view of the ocean and palm trees surrounding the outside dining room; brunch here will be as peaceful as it is tasty.

8020 South Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, Florida 33405
(561) 586-2622

4 Sundy House

With a globally inspired menu, expect an eclectic mix of foods while brunching at the Sundy House.  The dining here is reminiscent of a colorful home in Key West with plenty of sun and maybe an occasional chicken scurrying by.  With chicken on mind, the Chefs daily selection of poultry or pork on the brunch menu is always a good pick.

106 S Swinton Ave

Delray Beach, Fl 33444

(561) 272-5678

5 Testa's

Opened since 1921, Testa’s has been a staple in the Palm Beach dining scene for years.  The festive atmosphere and laid-back Florida charm will make any brunch experience here memorable.  To keep that festive buzz going throughout brunch try the Peach Bellini, a specialty drink with fresh peach nectar, Champaign and a splash of peach schnapps.

221 Royal Poinciana Way
Palm Beach, FL 33480

(561) 832-0992

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