Breakfast/Brunch » Orlando, FL

Breakfast/Brunch in Orlando,FL

From eggs Benedict to biscuits and gravy to tasty bloody marys and bite sized macaroons, Orlando's breakfast and brunch scene is definitely something to experience.
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Hue has been a brunch favorite in Orlando for some time. Famous for their Disco Brunch, the corner Thornton Park location is the place to be on Sundays for Orlando trendsetters. Guests love the buttermilk pancakes, cajun scramble and breakfast sandwich. A full brunch beverage menu is also in order with signature cocktails, mimosas and bloody marys. Service is always top notch and the outdoor seating is a must for brunch goers. A stroll around Lake Eola and the Orlando Famer's Market, located just steps away, is a great way to finish off a perfect Sunday brunch at Hue. 

Christo's Cafe

Christo's Cafe has been an Orlando community breakfast favorite since 1970 and screams comfort food. The diner is located in the center of College Park, an eclectic neighborhood just outside of downtown Orlando. Even if you are hungry for breakfast at dinner time, Christo's has you covered. This diner offers breakfast at all hours. Christo's is unpretentious, and doesn't pretend to be health conscious. Take the Country Style Breakfast for example. This meal includes two eggs, two sausage links, grits, and a biscuit with some of the best sausage gravy in the city. There is now some outdoor seating, which helps with the large crowds that flock to Christo's on the weekends.  Be sure to check out the daily special on the marker board for the best discount. 


Bananas is a Orlando destination all its own. The Sunday Gospel Drag Queen Brunch is a unique experience, to say the least... get ready for lots of laughs and fun with friends. Drag queens perform and wait tables during this festive weekly event. Bananas is open 24-hours on the weekends for the late-nighters and until midnight on weekdays, with breakfast served at all hours. Sunday brunch tends to be extra busy so reservations are recommended. Menu favorites include the California Benedict and for brunch, the Lobster Mac-n-Cheese. Expect your check with a side of cotton candy. Bananas is fairly new to the Orlando area and is located on Mills Avenue in the Mills-50 District. 

903 Mills Market

Located south of downtown at the intersection of Gore Street and Mills Avenue, in Delaney Park, 903 Mills Market is easy to miss amongst the charming residential bungalows. This quaint breakfast and brunch spot is a hidden gem in Orlando. Patrons are often seen lounging outside on the patio with their dogs, reading the newspaper and sipping a cup of coffee. There's free wi-fi, so creative types can be found working away amongst the crowd. 903 has great breakfast sandwiches and the pitchers of mimosas are a must-have for a group of friends. Inside seating is limited, so better to enjoy 903 on a good weather day, which aren't hard to come by in Orlando. 

Park Plaza Gardens

The big draw to Park Plaza Gardens, located on Park Avenue in Winter Park, is the atrium seating available in the center of the restaurant. It's always fun to enjoy an indoor/outdoor dining option in the beautiful Orlando weather. Park Plaza offers a wide variety of brunch salads and a breakfast menu. Highlights include the shrimp and grits, and the fritatta. Guests can also opt for the Champagne Brunch, which includes free flowing champagne with orange juice, one appetizer or salad, and choice of entree or lunch special. The Champagne Brunch is a great choice for ladies celebrating a special occassion, or just simply celebrating Sunday.