It's Brunch Time in West Palm Beach

Forget Breakfast and Lunch, Brunch is for the cool kids and West Palm has the hidden gem locales

Who doesn't love a good brunch with the girls? No one, thats who; and if you happen to find yourself in West Palm Beach, there are several exceptional choices for the gang to sit and sip on a heavily garnished Blood Mary. 

E.R Bradley's Saloon

E.R Bradley's Saloon

As you coast down the street parallel to the intercoastal waterway, drop by E.R Bradley’s Saloon for brunch any Sunday. Amazing bites and refreshing drinks fill your belly as your eyes take in the waterfront view unfurling before you. Live music plays on the stage from 6-9pm, and then a DJ on the main stage from 9 pm until 2 am play the rhythms that become the soundtrack to your Sunday.

104 N Clematis St, West Palm Beach, 561.833.3520

Howley's

Howley's

Since April of 1950, when Patrick J. Howley opened the doors to this beacon of West Palm Beach history, it has remained a go-to for locals and passersby ever since. With funky and colorful decor covering every wall, inside and out, this diner is not only filled to the brim with a fun atmosphere but serves food as delicious as any five-star joint. Try the Shepherds Pie, Shrimp & Grits, or the Slow Roasted Honey Beef Short Rib, and you’ll fall in love. Wash it down with fresh-squeezed juices or one of Howley’s signature cocktails such as The Palm Beach-Cuervo tequila, muddled apples, cucumbers, strawberries, and fresh orange juice.

4700 S Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, 561.833.5691

The Beach Club on the Waterfront

The Beach Club

Old Florida charm lingers in the air at Bradley’s Beach Club on the Lake Worth Golf Course, where the whole family can sit back and relax at this affordable restaurant and bar. Take advantage of the 18-hole championship course and activities for children at this beautifully casual spot. Sunday brunch consists on an extensive buffet with carving and omelet stations and many more-all for $15.95, from 9 am-1 pm.

1 7th avenue north, Lake Worth, 561.585.8976

Snooty's Wine Dive Tapas Bar & Restaurant 

Wine Dive

Snooty’s Wine Dive opened in 2012 and has since created a fun and contemporary atmosphere known throughout West Palm Beach. With a variety of American tapas, flat breads, and more, this Wine Dive is without a doubt “Not So Snooty”. Sip on bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys as your taste buds fall in love with Wine Dive’s warm Brussels sprout cobb salad, four cheese & black truffle flatbread, or short rib sliders. Try their signature “WTF?!Blood Mary” topped with a smoky sausage, poached shrimp, cipolini onion, dill pickle, cheddar, bleu cheese olive, and slider.

319 N Clematis St, West Palm Beach, 561.318.8821

BRIO Turscan Grille

BRIO Tuscan Grille

As you wander through CityPlace’s diverse shops, make sure you find yourself at BRIO Tuscan Grille across the way from Macy’s for some wholesome eats. Brunche Entrees include a berries & cream fresh toast with honey, cinnamon and sweet cream cheese; a roasted turkey sweet potato hash & eggs for a healthy midday meal or try their spectacular Sicilian omelette with cherrywood smoked ham, fontanini sausage, tomato compote, and three Italian cheeses. Savor BRIO’s selection while people watching on the covered patio that wraps around the restaurant, offering two different views of CityPlace’s busy and upbeat streets. 

CityPlace, 550 S Rosemary Ave, West Palm Beach, 561.835.1511

Palm Beach Hibiscus

Palm Beach Hibiscus

For a lesser-known brunch hangout, visit Palm Beach Hibiscus-a boutique bed & breakfast surrounded by lush foliage between the bustle of CityPlace and Climatis St. The Key West-styled B&B offers an opulent all-you-can-eat brunch buffet 10 am-2 pm Sundays. Adults are $24.95 and children are $15.95. Pick your favorites amongst the many stations of foods including pristine shrimp cocktails, smoked salmon platters, fruit salads, fresh baked goods and much more. The combination of South American and an Italian background influences the Chef’s extraordinary mix of tastes and are evident in the spread on Sunday’s. Sit inside or by the Margaritaville ambiance of the bar outdoors. If the bottomless mimosas and bloody mary’s entice you, stay a while to be part of the backyard cookout on Sunday nights with occasional live music.

213 S Rosemary Ave, West Palm Beach, 561.221.6691

Laura Aguiar
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