7 places you should get brunch in the Palm Beaches

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Tap 42

Tap 42 in Boca Raton is a great place to brunch with friends. Their decadent menu includes options like chocolate banana french toast,  oven baked shrimp mac & cheese and the hangover sandwich – a fully loaded sandwich on a challah bun complete with a sunny side up egg, avocado, hash browns, white cheddar, and bacon.

Their bottomless special includes your choice of mimosas, Bloody Mary’s or the Funky Buddha Floridian beer for $20 and is from 11-3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

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The Office

The Office, located right on Atlantic Ave is a hot spot for brunch in Delray. Enjoy bottomless mimosas with watermelon and orange flavors available for just $12. They also offer bottomless pear or peach Bellini’s ($12) and bottomless Bloody Mary’s ($15 for house) or margarita’s ($13 for house).

They offer a full menu with unique favorites like mac & cheese balls, sweet & spicy angry cauliflower, and crispy Maryland crab cakes. You can enjoy brunch at The Office Saturdays and Sundays from 10-3 p.m.




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Waterway Café

The Waterway Café is the perfect location for a relaxing brunch. Located right on the Intracoastal on PGA Blvd, Waterway Café serves up a buffet-style brunch complete with a build-your-own-omelet and roasted meats carving stations.

Their brunch is Sundays from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and costs $15.95 for adults and $10.95 for kids ages 11 and younger. They also offer bottomless mimosas for $10 and Bloody Mary’s for $5 with the purchase of brunch orders.

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Park Tavern

Park Tavern is one of the “it” spots in Delray and their brunch doesn’t disappoint. Park Tavern has lots of breakfast dishes for foodies who love to brunch. With options like made to order doughnuts, crab cake Benedict, country biscuits & gravy, and fried chicken and waffles; you better bring your appetite for this brunch!

They also offer bottomless mimosas or Bloody Mary’s for $9 or you can switch between the two for $12. You must order an entree in order to get bottomless and it ends at 3 p.m.

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Johnny Longboats

Johnny Longboats on Singer Island is a great spot to eat a hearty breakfast/brunch and take advantage of their drink specials. They offer a variety of omelets including their special house-made corned beef and hash omelet, made with roasted corned beef briskets, sauteed onions, red and green peppers and diced potatoes, topped with Swiss cheese.

Their “Eye-Opener Special” offers $2.99 Bloody Mary’s, mimosas and screwdrivers served with breakfast (limited to two per person).


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50 Ocean

Located above Boston’s on the Beach in Delray, 50 Ocean offers a brunch with a picturesque view. 50 Oceans’s brunch is available Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. and features a “build-your-own” Bloody Mary Bar located atop a beautiful saltwater fish tank. You can get bottomless Bloody Mary’s for $12 and mimosas for $15.

They also have a unique and sophisticated menu with options like the lobster avocado toast, blueberry quinoa pancakes, lox platter, crab quiche and more.

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Rebel House

True to its name Rebel House in Boca Raton offers a unique, against the grain menu and atmosphere with drink specials as well. Their brunch is Sundays from 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. and includes menu options like ricotta doughnuts, The Rebel Burger, roast beef po boy, and more.

Bottomless mimosas are $14 and “Dirty South” Bloody Mary’s  (not bottomless) are $14 –  you can load your Bloody Mary up with meat and cheese for $22.

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