'Brunching' has become a verb that is well-loved throughout Orlando, Florida. With such a wide variety of dining options throughout unique communities, Saturday and Sunday mornings and early afternoons are filled with delicious meals to be had throughout 'The City Beautiful.'
Residents love exploring different restaurants, and unique locals finds are one of the top reasons homes for sale in Orlando are so sought after. Let's explore the top 'brunching' communities brimming with top restaurants where you can find the locals on the weekends:
Winter Park, Florida - less than 20 minutes North East of Downtown Orlando - is a character-filled, historic, college town known for it's 'Central Park' and 'Park Avenue.'
The community is also loved for its unique Real Estate with charming architecture found along tree-lined brick roads and sparkling lakes. It's a top hotspot for locals when it comes to food thanks to its wide variety of dining that isn't found elsewhere and it's sought-after atmosphere.
With local spots like the Briarpatch, Boca, 310 Park, and Blu on the Avenue along Park Ave, dining al fresco is a loved brunching past time here.
Away from Park Ave, spots like Dexters, Hamiltons Kitchen, and The Porch offer delicious brunch options - and these are just a few of the amazing dining spots in the area. Paired with its prestigious atmosphere, Winter Park is an unbeatable weekend hotspot for a great brunch.
Downtown Orlando & Nearby
Downtown Orlando & its nearby districts/boroughs each offer unique dining experiences that draw foodies from all over to brunch in these incredible neighborhoods.
Right in the heart of the business district, hotspots like DoveCote Brasserie and Artisan's Table offer great brunch options among the highrises.
Away from the hustle, the neighboring community of Thornton Park is one of the most sought-after areas not only for
brunch, but also to call home.
The unique neighborhood is full of art-work, historic brick roads, and charming Real Estate options. It features a number of local dining spots with favorites like The Stubborn Mule and Soco Restaurant always bustling for brunch.
Just a little further north is the eclectic Colonialtown neighborhood - another sought-after borough. It is home to 40's style Maxines on Shine restaurant, The Sanctum - known for its 'plant-based, sustainable menu', and Se7en Bites Bake Shop, featured on Food Network's "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives!"
From Colonial Town, a short drive up Mills Avenue will find you in the sought-after Mills50 District - a culturally diverse community brimming with art projects and an eclectic mix of hotspots. Restaurants like Santiago's Bodega and The Strand offer brunch options as eclectic as this popular community.
Nearby, along picturesque Lake Ivanhoe, residents enjoy brunch at local favorites like White Wolf Cafe, The Hammered Lamb, or a sandwich from the German Backhaus which has been voted the best Croissant in Orlando!
The choice of brunch options in Downtown Orlando and it's neighboring communities is never lacking and has residents from all around the city flocking to their favorite foodie haven on the weekends.
A short drive up I-4 from Downtown Orlando will place you in the community of Dr. Phillips, a dining hotspot with its 'Restaurant Row,' and also boasting some of Orlando's favorite Real Estate communities.
Home to unique finds like Slate Restaurant, but also hosting timeless favorites including First-Watch,
KeKe's Breakfast Cafe, and TooJay's Deli, Dr. Phillips for brunch is always a great option when looking for a delicious bite.
When you live in Central Florida, there's no shortage of top brunching spots!