Treat Your Mom to the Best Brunch in Winter Park, FL

Treat Your Mom to the Best Brunch in Winter Park, FL

Posted May 8, 2019 in Central Florida Your Neighborhood

Dinner is overrated, and lunch is a little too impersonal. No, this Mother’s Day, treat your mom to a meal so special, it borrows freely from breakfast and lunch: brunch! And luckily for you, Central Florida is awash with unique brunch menus and specials. Try one of these eateries and let us know which one you (and your mom) think has the best brunch in Winter Park, FL!

The Porch
643 N Orange Ave.

The Porch prides itself on a menu full of “edible innovations.” Whether that means a collection of cheese, bacon, and egg stuffed into a glazed donut or their own version of classics like chicken and waffles, there’s no denying how deliciously edible The Porch’s cuisine is. And on Sundays, you can crash their all you can eat brunch buffet. Mother’s Day just so happens to be on a Sunday…

310 Park South
310 Park Ave. South

Go big at brunch with a trip to 310 Park South where you can order up a ribeye, two eggs, and potatoes. Or satisfy your sweet tooth with a bite of their sweet crunch-coated French toast. 310 even offers up a few lighter options if you’re not looking to blow your calorie limit on one meal, like pear and brie cheese on an English muffin. It’s hard to go wrong at 310 Park South.

The Ravenous Pig
565 W. Fairbanks Ave.

The Ravenous Pig serves up sustainable foods using locally sourced ingredients in a charming space that toes the line between casual and upscale. It’s also home to one of Winter Park’s most unique brunch menus. Inspired takes on brunch juggernauts like chicken and waffles (chicken and churros here) or eggs benedict (covered with prime rib at The Ravenous Pig) dominate the entrée menu, while their brunch starters ran the gamut from fresh salads to cinnamon donuts.

480 N. Orlando Ave.

Brio’s brunch menu is short and sweet, offering the simple classics crafted with care. Try the ham and biscuit benedict with grilled asparagus or the refreshing berries and cream French toast. Or step outside the box for pan-seared shrimp and creamy polenta.

Bulla Gastrobar
110 S. Orlando Ave., Suite #7

Bulla is opening its doors an hour earlier than usual at 10 a.m. on Mother’s Day, giving you plenty of time to get in before the crowd and enjoy some delicious brunch. One of Bulla’s specialties is its Brunch Prix Fixe menu, a three-course meal where you select an appetizer, entrée, and dessert from their menu of divine brunch staples.

Hamilton’s Kitchen
300 E. New England Ave.

Located inside The Alfond Inn at Rollins, Hamilton’s Kitchen offers a unique Mother’s Day brunch. It’s so special, in fact, you have to buy tickets in advance. The elegant menu is well worth the price of admission, however, with a range of charcuterie options, omelets, savory entrees, and decadent desserts.

The Glass Knife
276 S. Orlando Ave.

Experience scrumptious delicacies in a welcoming space at The Glass Knife. Menu items like avocado and egg toast, cheddar biscuit sandwich, and lemon blueberry waffle stack cover the breakfast side of brunch, while a collection of sandwiches and tomato cheese soup ensure lunch-lovers will be satisfied as well. No matter what you order, top it off with a donut or a slice of cake from their world-class bakery.

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