Early-risers, late-sleepers, and long lazy brunch-lovers all have their favorite places to go in Orlando for the perfect breakfast. Whether you’re after a freshly baked croissant with house-roasted gourmet coffee or a hearty helping of eggs, bacon, sausage and hash browns, the “City Beautiful” has a spot for every taste and occasion. Tuck into lamb and feta-filled Greek omelets at Christo’s Café, fruit-infused cobblers and handcrafted moon pies from the Se7en Bites Bake Shop, or the Grand Bohemian Sunday Brunch at The Boheme. Whatever your fancy, Orlando has a breakfast or brunch spot to satisfy your craving, and here are some of them.
© Artisan's Table
Artisan's Table is a creative restaurant in the heart of Downtown Orlando that serves seasonally inspired American cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, along with handcrafted cocktails in a casual, relaxed setting. Using only the freshest, locally sourced ingredients, Artisan's Table offers breakfast-goers a delicious choice of dishes, ranging from steel-cut oatmeal and Greek yogurt, fresh fruit, and homemade quiche of the day to black pepper-crusted bacon, French toast, and egg sandwiches. For something more exotic, try the signature Japanese bowl, which features bacon, scallion, togarashi, sticky rice, and sweet chili sauce topped with two eggs done in any way. The restaurant also has a unique coffee bar that serves house-roasted coffee and specialty coffee drinks.
22 E Pine St, Orlando, FL 32801, Phone: 407-730-7499
2.Se7en Bites Bake Shop
© Se7en Bites Bake Shop
Located in the heart of Orlando’s Milk District, Se7en Bites Bake Shop is a quaint working bakery that is open for breakfast and lunch and offers a creative menu of made-from-scratch dishes prepared from fresh, locally sourced ingredients. From fruit-infused cobblers and handcrafted moon pies to creamy buttermilk biscuits and thick gravy, homemade scones and jam, fluffy three-egg omelets, breakfast is never dull at this cozy little bakery-café. The menu also features a variety of Southern comfort classics such as the Southern Breakfast plate of baked eggs and ham with pimento cheese, cheddar chive grits, smoked bacon, and buttermilk garlic biscuits.
617 Primrose Drive, Orlando, FL 32803, Phone: 407-203-0727
3.Maxine's on Shine
© Maxine's on Shine
Maxine’s on Shine is a casual restaurant with whimsical '40s-style decor that serves an eclectic menu for dinner during the week and brunch on the weekends along with regular live music. The brunch menu satisfies diners with biscuits and gravy, wine-lovers’ boards of delectable cheeses, crab cakes and bruschetta, and the ever-popular Southern dish of buttermilk marinated and panko-parmesan crusted fried green tomatoes with a firecracker sauce. Traditional takes on favorite dishes include beef hash, steak and eggs, chicken and waffles, and eggs Benedict along with substantial three-egg omelets with rich fillings and brisket burgers.
337 Shine Ave, Orlando, FL 32803, Phone: 407-674-6841
© The Sanctum
The Sanctum is a community café that serves a menu of farm-to-table fare prepared from fresh locally sourced ingredients and served in a creative and relaxing environment. The menu features great-tasting, nutrient-rich, plant-based food made with produce from surrounding artisanal producers and farms, with delicious dishes like farm egg omelets and scrambles, fresh grain bowls and salads, gourmet sandwiches and wraps, and super-smoothies. Breakfast and brunch are popular with health nuts who can tuck into organic eggs plates, avocado toast, house-made muesli with raw oats, breakfast burritos, and acai bowls. The signature special is Loaded Toast, which features chocolate-hazelnut butter, coconut, bananas, hemp seed hearts, and organic maple syrup on fermented sourdough or sprouted grain Ezekiel toast.
715 N Fern Creek Avenue, Orlando, FL 32803, Phone: 407-757-0346
© Briarpatch Restaurant
Briarpatch Restaurant is a long-standing breakfast institution on Park Avenue in Winter Park that has fervent fans queuing up on peak weekend breakfast hours for the delectable cuisine. The contemporary chic eatery exudes a casual and relaxed ambiance with a menu to match. There are plenty of innovative breakfast dishes such as lump crab scramble, raspberry-and-brie-stuffed French toast, pork belly waffles, and Black Angus skirt steak and eggs. There are a variety of egg dishes from benedicts, scrambles, and omelets to eggs done in several ways, and skillets as well as griddle regulars like pancakes, waffles, and French toast. A menu of specialty coffees and fresh fruit juices accompanies the cuisine.
3814, 252 N Park Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789, Phone: 407-628-8651
6.Canvas Restaurant & Market
© Canvas Restaurant & Market
Canvas Restaurant & Market, located in the Laureate Park Village Center in the heart of Lake Nona, serves delectable weekend brunch along with dinner during the week. The restaurant has a creative menu of market-influenced dishes influenced by Florida’s Southern and Latin American roots, prepared from fresh locally sourced ingredients and served in a casual environment. Executive Chef Canvas’ brunch menu features classics such as omelets, egg scrambles, and griddle specials like pancakes, French toast, and waffles as well as gourmet sandwiches, fresh salads and seafood, and an array of decadent desserts. Canvas Restaurant & Market is open for dinner during the week and for brunch, lunch, and dinner on the weekends.
13615 Sachs Ave, Orlando, FL 32827, Phone: 407-313-7800
7.Cape May Cafe
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Located in Disney’s Beach Club Resort, the Cape May Café is a contemporary New England-style eatery that serves hearty breakfasts and seafood-centric lunch and dinner. The family-friendly café offers an exclusive breakfast treat, where Minnie and other Disney characters begin the day with a fun-filled breakfast of delicious offerings such as scrambled eggs, oatmeal with honey, bacon and eggs, sausage and seasoned potatoes, and special Mickey waffles. Kids can also get autographs and photographs with some of Disney’s favorite character, as well as enjoy some fun in the sun with Minnie and friends.
1180 Seven Seas Drive, Orlando, FL 32830, Phone: 407-939-3463
© Christo's Cafe
Christo’s Café is a recusant little diner on College Park's historic Edgewater Drive that serves a fantastic breakfast and lunch of hearty American comfort fare. Exuding the charm of a much-loved community greasy spoon, Christo's Cafe serves hearty meals on plastic tables outside or at vinyl-topped tables inside where the warm and welcoming atmosphere draws both regulars and visitors alike. Christo's hash-house classics are a favorite morning meal as are signature plates like the lamb and feta-filled Greek omelet, deep-fried French toast with bananas, and stacks of silver dollar pancakes accompanied by bottomless cups of coffee. On weekends, the eatery is packed with the hungry and hungover, who come to tuck into brunch dishes of gourmet sandwiches served with sides of thick mashed potatoes, blazing jalapeno poppers, and mugs of fiery chili layered with cheese.
1815 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL 32804, Phone: 407-425-8136
Dexter’s is a relaxed restaurant chain that serves handcrafted, contemporary American cuisine and an impressive wine list against a backdrop of live music in a casual, stylish setting. The restaurant offers monthly changing lunch and dinner menus of fresh, made-from-scratch fare accompanied by more than 30 wines, Champagnes, ports, and sherries. Their award-winning Jazz Brunch takes place on Sundays, beginning at noon and continuing well into the late afternoon. Brunch-goers can tuck into gourmet sandwiches and burgers such as the Pressed Duck Sandwich and the Tzatziki Lamb Burger as well as freshly prepared salads, heartily filled tacos, and burritos, and an array of sides. Dexter’s has restaurants in Winter Park, Windermere, Thornton Park, and Lake Mary and is open for brunch, lunch, and dinner seven days a week.
808 E Washington St, Orlando, FL 32801, Phone: 407-648-2777
10.Highball & Harvest
© Highball & Harvest
Highball & Harvest is a stylish and sophisticated restaurant at Orlando's Grande Lakes resort with a rustic ambiance and a menu to match. Their sumptuous Southern cuisine celebrates Florida's extensive agricultural history. The restaurant boasts industrial-revolution-meets-the-farmer's-barn chic décor with five dining areas with regular tables and ultra-comfy, high-back booths, and a lovely patio for outdoor dining as well as a horseshoe-shaped bar and communal tables for groups. Breakfast offers signature dishes such as the Pork Belly Benedict with braised pork belly and poached eggs; the Harvest Pumpkin Waffle with chunky apple butter; the Citrus Cranberry Pancakes with buttery citrus crunch, and the Southern Breakfast Buffet of bacon, eggs, sausages hash browns, biscuits and gravy, and fried green tomatoes.
4012 Central Florida Pkwy, Orlando, FL 32837, Phone: 407-393-4422
11.Keke's Breakfast Cafe
© Keke's Breakfast Cafe
Keke's Breakfast Café is a friendly chain with locations around the city that offers a welcoming atmosphere and delicious food. Open daily for breakfast and lunch, Keke's boasts bright and modern décor and an extensive menu of hearty fare, freshly brewed coffee, and other drinks. The breakfast menu features a variety of favorites such as pancakes, waffles, and French toast, eggs done several ways, three-egg omelets, egg scrambles, and breakfast skillets. Create-your-own-combos include bacon, eggs, sausages, hash browns, fried potatoes, and buttermilk biscuits and gravy, accompanied by freshly brewed coffee and tea, and fruit juices.
Keke's Breakfast Cafe – Apopka: 2209 East Semoran Boulevard, Apopka, FL 32703, Phone: 407-703-9100
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12.Le Cafe De Paris
© Le Cafe De Paris
Located in Grand Oak Village, La Café de Paris offers a slice of Parisian charm in the heart of Orlando. The delightful Francophile bistro serves an array of French-inspired fare, house-roasted coffee and specialty drinks, freshly baked pastries, and homemade gelato. The all-day menu includes breakfast, lunch, and early dinner with creative takes on traditional classics such as vegetable omelets, breakfast and panini sandwiches, homemade quiches, croque monsieur and croque madams, and savory crêpes. Specialty options include a French burger with sauteéd mushrooms, onions, and Dijon mustard along with freshly prepared salads, house-made soups, and a range of coffees, teas, and fresh fruit juices.
5170 Dr. Phillips Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819, Phone: 407-293-2326
13.Le Gourmet Break
© Le Gourmet Break
Le Gourmet Break brings Paris to Orlando with a charming bistro-style eatery offering a selection of crêpes, homemade quiches, freshly baked pastries, and house-roasted coffee in a bright and airy environment. An excellent spot for breakfast and great coffee, Le Gourmet Break serves a creative menu of dishes ranging from three-egg omelets and egg scrambles to omelet bagels and croissants, French breakfasts of baguettes and jam, a selection of mouthwatering pastries, and gourmet sandwiches and wraps. Fresh salads and homemade soups are also on offer, along with croquet monsieur and madams, panini and croissants sandwiches, quiche of the day, and sweet and savory crêpes.
150 S Magnolia Ave, Orlando, FL 32801, Phone: 407-371-9476
© B-Line Diner
Located in the Hyatt Regency Orlando hotel, B-Line Diner is a swanky yet unpretentious 24-hour restaurant that serves upmarket comfort cuisine and drinks for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Boasting a retro vibe and friendly service, the popular spot on International Drive offers a sumptuous breakfast of eggs Benedict, three-egg omelets, Belgian waffles, griddlecakes, and French toast as well as favorites such as biscuits and gravy, and corned beef hash. The signature Greek is packed with scrambled eggs, baby spinach, roasted turkey, feta cheese, and tzatziki on a whole wheat tortilla, while the bakery produces freshly baked croissants, pastries, cakes, pies, and homemade ice cream.
9801 International Drive, Orlando, FL 32819, Phone: 407-345-4460
15.Nick's Family Diner
© Nick's Family Diner
Nick's Family Diner has been slinging hearty breakfasts and lunches to a devoted legion of customers for decades with an impressive menu of much-loved favorites and sumptuous Greek and Italian specialties. Offering daily specials such as stuffed meatloaf, chicken and waffles, and colossal specialty burgers, Nick's Family Diner also serves an all-day breakfast of fluffy three-egg omelets with various fillings, scrambles and skillets, buttermilk biscuits and gravy, and stacks of pancakes. Other breakfast plates include eggs, bacon, and grits, breakfast muffin sandwiches, French toast with bacon, and Belgian waffles. Things to Do in Orlando
5439 N Orange Blossom Trl, Orlando, FL 32810, Phone: 407-704-8861
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16.Peach Valley Cafe
© Peach Valley Cafe
Peach Valley Café is a casual, family-friendly bistro that serves breakfast, brunch, and lunch seven days a week in a warm and welcoming setting. The café draws a crowd for breakfast and brunch with its creative menu of classic dishes such as Peach Cinnamon Roll Pancakes, stacks of pancakes and Belgian waffles with sweet or savory toppings, and a variety of egg dishes from omelets and scrambles to skillets and egg sandwiches. Healthy options include granola, yogurt parfait, fresh fruit, and homemade muffins. Signatures dishes include the Birmingham Biscuit Love of a griddled buttermilk drop biscuit topped with scrambled egg, savory breakfast sausage, and apple butter, all served with breakfast potatoes.
2849 S. Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL 32806, Phone: 407-896-4400
© Pearson's Cafe
Located next to Citrus restaurant on N. Orange Avenue in downtown Orlando, Pearson’s Café is a casual and friendly café run by catering company Pearson’s Catering, and they offer a fresh approach to gourmet breakfast and lunch throughout the week. Diners can start with cups of signature flavored roasted coffee from a local coffee roaster, Downtown Credo, before tucking into a variety of favorites such as buttermilk biscuits and sausage gravy, homemade granola, yogurt and honey, fresh fruit bowls, and fluffy omelets. Other options include bagels and lox, breakfast burritos, and English muffins with a selection of delicious toppings. Pearson’s Café is open for breakfast and lunch, Monday through Friday.
807 N Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801, Phone: 407-420-7888
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18.Shakers American Cafe
© Shakers American Cafe
Named for the collection of eclectic salt and pepper shakers, Shakers American Café is an old-school diner in Orlando's College Park neighborhood that offers a relaxing spot for breakfast and lunch. During the week, locals gather for hearty portions of buttermilk pancakes and sweet syrup, three-egg omelets served with hash browns, grits, English muffins, or bagels with a variety of toppings, and pancakes and waffles. Breakfast specials include Cinnamon Swirl French Toast, Quiche of the Day, Egg Sandwiches, and Buttermilk Biscuits and Gravy along with freshly squeezed fruit juices and house-roasted coffee.
1308 Edgewater Drive, Orlando, FL 32804, Phone: 407-422-3534
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Set within the Orlando World Center Marriott resort, Solaris is a stylish café that serves seasonal American breakfast and lunch classics in an elegant setting. The hotel-based restaurant is open seven days a week to both guests and visitors for breakfast and brunch, and they serve a delicious variety of morning classics such as omelets, various eggs dishes, breakfast scrambles, and skillets. Also on offer are a variety of healthy cereals, homemade granola, yogurt and fresh fruit, griddle specials like pancakes, Belgian waffles, plain and stuffed French toast, and English muffins, as well as freshly baked pastries, Danishes, croissants and scones with jams, preserves, and cheeses.
8701 World Center Drive, Orlando, FL 32821, Phone: 407-238-8528
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20.Sweet Mama's Restaurant
© Sweet Mama's Restaurant
From sizzling bacon to piles of fluffy pancakes, Sweet Mama’s Restaurant is the place to go for delicious breakfasts and languid Sunday brunches. Set on Narcoossee Road in Orlando, Sweet Mama’s specializes in delivering satisfaction with menus of American comfort food and hot and cold drinks. Menu classics include made-from-scratch multi-egg omelets with fillings of choice, egg sandwiches and breakfast plates of bacon, eggs, sausages, hash browns, grits and gravy, buttermilk biscuits and gravy, and griddle regulars like pancakes, French toast, and Belgian waffles. Sweet Mama’s Restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week and often has live music to enjoy.
10743 Narcoossee Rd, Orlando, FL 32832, Phone: 407-282-7737
© The Boheme
The Boheme is a stylish and sophisticated spot on Orange Avenue that boasts an elegant setting with original artworks and modern décor for an upscale breakfast experience. The swanky eatery draws a crowd for early morning coffee and pastries and long, languid mimosa and Bloody Mary-infused Sunday jazz brunches. The Grand Bohemian Sunday Brunch is a must with a delectable array of mouthwatering choices, including specialty chef’s stations, a la carte side items, and unlimited mimosas. Breakfast and brunch favorites range from bacon, scrambled eggs, bratwurst, and Bohemian potatoes to waffles with assorted berries and whipped crea, and omelets with cheese, bacon, spinach, and ham. Antipasti platters heave with prosciutto, olives & marinated vegetables, handcrafted salami, soft & hard cheeses, soppressata and dried ham, tomato and mozzarella, and roasted asparagus with grilled naan bread.
325 S Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801, Phone: 407-581-4700
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© The Kitchen
Located in Universal's Hard Rock Hotel, The Kitchen is a classic American eatery boasting branded décor and memorabilia and offering unique breakfast experiences such as rock stars' cooking demos. The restaurant is decorated to reflect a spacious kitchen in a rock megastar’s mansion, and their walls are adorned with culinary-themed memorabilia from the Hard Rock Hotel’s many celebrity guests. A special kid’s corner is filled with televisions and beanbag chairs to keep the little ones occupied. House specialties include eggs benedict, spinach and sausage frittatas, custom-made omelets with various fillings, and healthy options such as muffins, granola and yogurt, pancakes, and waffles.
5800 Universal Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819, Phone: 407-503-2430
23.Chubby’s Family Restaurant
© Chubby’s Family Restaurant
Located in Reedy Plaza on Colonial Drive, Chubby’s Family Restaurant is a classic American diner that serves home-style meals for breakfast, brunch, and lunch in a vintage diner-style setting. Located in east Orlando, Chubby’s Family Restaurant boasts cozy booths and a comfortable atmosphere with a menu that exponentially accentuates that comfort. Breakfast is the restaurant’s forte, and you’ll find favorites such as buttery biscuits and gravy, skillets of eggs, bacon, cheese and crispy potatoes, and a pancake of two enormous, fluffy pancakes, two eggs any style, and either bacon or sausage, along with freshly brewed bottomless coffee.
10376 E Colonial Dr #124, Orlando, FL 32817, Phone: 407-380-6006
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24.White Wolf Cafe and Bar
© White Wolf Cafe and Bar
White Wolf Café & Bar is an eclectic neighborhood restaurant in the Ivanhoe Village District that has been transformed from an antique store into a folksy dining space known for its impressive art collection and unique light fixtures. The family-friendly café serves a creative menu of classic comfort food for breakfast like buttermilk biscuits and gravy, traditional eggs Benedict, country fried chicken with eggs and hash browns, French toast served with eggs, bacon, and grits, and yogurt parfaits. Also on the menu are build-your-own-omelets with a variety of filling choices, homemade quiche of the day, fresh fruit bowls, buttermilk pancakes with sweet or savory toppings, and freshly brewed coffee.
1829 N Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32804, Phone: 407-895-9911
25 Best Breakfast & Weekend Brunch Spots in Orlando
- Artisan's Table, Photo: Artisan's Table
- Se7en Bites Bake Shop, Photo: Se7en Bites Bake Shop
- Maxine's on Shine, Photo: Maxine's on Shine
- The Sanctum, Photo: The Sanctum
- Briarpatch Restaurant, Photo: Briarpatch Restaurant
- Canvas Restaurant & Market, Photo: Canvas Restaurant & Market
- Cape May Cafe, Photo: Courtesy of BlueLakeCasino - Fotolia.com
- Christo's Cafe, Photo: Christo's Cafe
- Dexter's, Photo: Dexter's
- Highball & Harvest, Photo: Highball & Harvest
- Keke's Breakfast Cafe, Photo: Keke's Breakfast Cafe
- Le Cafe De Paris, Photo: Le Cafe De Paris
- Le Gourmet Break, Photo: Le Gourmet Break
- B-Line Diner, Photo: B-Line Diner
- Nick's Family Diner, Photo: Nick's Family Diner
- Peach Valley Cafe, Photo: Peach Valley Cafe
- Pearson's Cafe, Photo: Pearson's Cafe
- Shakers American Cafe, Photo: Shakers American Cafe
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- Sweet Mama's Restaurant, Photo: Sweet Mama's Restaurant
- The Boheme, Photo: The Boheme
- The Kitchen, Photo: The Kitchen
- Chubby’s Family Restaurant, Photo: Chubby’s Family Restaurant
- White Wolf Cafe and Bar, Photo: White Wolf Cafe and Bar
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