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Brunch And Decadent Dishes

Weekend brunch is not for the faint-of-heart. Tampa Bay restaurants and hotels compete with lavish buffets, sushi and Southern comfort dishes such as chicken-fried waffles.

Clearwater Beach – Brunch Under The Sun


Caretta’s/Sandpearl Resort: This lavish buffet attracts locals and visitors to a never-ending Sunday brunch featuring your breakfast favorites, carving stations, made-to-order omelette, sushi and decadent desserts., 500 Mandalay Ave, Clearwater Beach (727) 441-2425

Saint Pete – Brunch The Burg Style


400 Beach Seafood and Tap House: This Sunday buffet features a seafood bar with Key West pink shrimp and Alaskan snow crab, blintzes with strawberry sauce, an omelette station, carved roast beef, spiral ham with mustard glaze and dessert room.

Cassis American Brasserie: Brunch daily features smoked salmon Benedict, brioche French toast, andouille sausage and shrimp ragout, fresh squeezed OJ and more.

Mill Restaurant: Their refreshing Sunday brunch features the classic dishes with a novel twist such as Vegetarian Crack Cakes (zucchini and squash pancakes with preserved lemon crema, guava onion butter and sweet pea sprout salad) and vibrant mimosas.

Noble Crust: This weekend brunch often features live music Sundays and dishes up an amazing whole grain avocado toast, deviled eggs with pickled mustard seeds, fried chicken biscuits with watermelon and cage-free eggs.

Parkshore Grill: Chef Tyson Grant is a culinary genius, and on the weekends, folks clamor for his crabcake Benedict, banana brioche French toast and cheese grits.

Brunch Tampa Trendy Spots


Ella’s American Folk Art Cafe: Celebrate their soulful brunch on Sunday and enjoy live entertainment, cocktails starting at $5, and the one-of-a-kind Funky Monkey waffle.

Datz: Whimsical delights, especially the bacon dishes, chicken fried waffles, funnel cake fries, served with caramel dipping sauce and the corned beef hash.

Daily Eats: Sip a Cap’N Crunch hand-churned milkshake or a Blueberry Mimosa, then enjoy the weekend brunch, especially the The Gigante (two eggs with applewood smoked bacon and whole wheat buttermilk pancakes.)

Bizou Brasserie: Come for the éclairs, stay for the remarkable Sunday brunch especially the freshly baked croissants, seasonal scone, and baguette served with house-made preserves and whipped honey butter.

The Brunchery: Quaint, quick, friendly and tasty, a south Tampa favorite with a classic Sunday brunch and an amazing Bayshore Benedict (fresh croissant, scrambled eggs and cheddar cheese, topped with bacon, tomato slices and hollandaise.)

Boca: This Hyde Park weekend brunch is known for their organic and gluten free ingredients. Don’t miss the Southern classic steak and grits — mushroom, leaks, two scrambled eggs and Boca gravy.

The Oxford Exchange: Browse the bookstore for something to read during the weekend brunch, where you can indulge in a Bloody Mary (Grey Goose mix with a caprese skewer) while you indulge in their pressed french toast covered in Nutella and fresh strawberries. Brunch is served from 9am-4pm Saturday and Sunday. A second restaurant will be opening in downtown St. Petersburg soon.

The Refinery: This Seminole Heights star features brunch daily, with rotating specials and an awesome Sammthing Wiched This Way Comes (toasted bread pudding, banana jam, peanut butter and cayenne whipped cream).

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