The 13 Best Brunch Spots In Palm Beach

The Editors | April 21, 2021 | Food & Drink Feature

Looking for the best brunch in Palm Beach? From fluffy omelettes and brioche French toast to savory eggs Benedict and avocado toast, here are the 13 top spots for your Sunday funday.

Le Bilboquet Best Brunch Palm Beach

Le Bilboquet

Highly anticipated Le Bilboquet opened to much fanfare on Worth Avenue’s Via Encantada this spring. Taste signature dishes such as foie gras, tuna tartare, endives Roquefort and day-fresh PEI steamed mussels with garlic and crispy fries among the local glitterati at this see-and-be-seen spot. 245A Worth Ave., Palm Beach

Avocado Grill

Stop in to dine at this bright and open space with avocado-green booths (of course) and a lively scene. The team delivers flavorful small plates perfect for sharing, especially the octopus plate, spicy pork tacos and curried cauliflower. For brunch, the eggs Benedict with an avocado hollandaise begs you to return week after week. 125 Datura St., West Palm Beach

Pistache

This classic French bistro feels like a step into Paris: red booths, bistro chairs and outdoor seating are perfect for a leisurely tête-à-tête. Go for brunch favorites like the fluffy omelet, chicken and waffles, and moules frites. 101 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach

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Florie’s

Start your day at the Four Season Resort Palm Beach’s resto Florie’s. The menu is inspired by nature and delivered the spirit of the Mediterranean. Get the thick-cut brioche French toast with shipped mascarpone, almonds and housemade compote for something sweet, or opt for baked eggs cocotte with spiced tomato sauce, buffalo mozzarella, basil and green salad. 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach

SurfSide Diner

This relaxed Palm Beach staple is open for breakfast and lunch, with a friendly staff and beachy feel, plus regular celeb spottings to boot. 314 S. County Road, Palm Beach

Café Boulud

Café Boulud features elegant French favorites with a focus on fresh seafood. Top-notch service and the outdoor terrace will encourage you to linger throughout brunch. Try the wild Maine lobster roll; salad Lyonnaise with confit duck leg, bacon and poached egg; or mushroom omelette with mâche salad and truffle vinaigrette. 301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach

Sant Ambroeus

The midcentury Italian decor and snazzy waitstaff will trick you into thinking you’re walking into an episode of Mad Men—in the best possible way. Sip on the refreshing kale, cucumber and apple juice and savor the avocado toast or tartufata pizza with black truffle, mozzarella and egg yolk. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Ste. 304, Palm Beach

Ta-boo

Palm Beach’s legendary Worth Avenue staple serves American classics in an upscale old-world interior that seamlessly marries zebra prints, palms and bamboo. Come for the buzzing happy hour; stay for the Brie and pear pizza, deviled eggs and rotating steak special. 221 Worth Ave., Palm Beach

RH Rooftop Restaurant

On the fourth floor of the RH West Palm, the Restoration Hardware rooftop cafe is the place to be for an early afternoon lunch. Blurring the lines between residential and retail, the cafe serves a variety of classic menu items for brunch worth exploring, including truffled scrambled eggs, avocado toast and more. Dine under olive trees and sparkling crystal chandeliers for the perfect treat. 560 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach

Henry’s Palm Beach

Part of The Breakers’ restaurant fold, Henry’s Palm Beach highlights menu items like butter crumb Dover sole with creamy rice grits; wood-grilled filet mignon with roasted mushrooms and bordelaise sauce; and a beef Wellington that’s only available on Friday and Saturday—and oh so worth the calories. 229 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach

Lionfish

Lionfish serves up the best in sustainable seafood and local organic fare. The menu includes dishes such as butter-poached king crab leg with caviar, leeks, lemon and roasted garlic butter; and pan-seared New Bedford scallops with celery root puree, baby bok choy, roasted onion broth and lovage. For brunch, sample Cali Benedict with grilled chicken, tomato, avocado, hollandaise and market greens, among other standout options. 307 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach

La Goulue https://www.lagouluepalmbeach.com

Lines out the door at La Goulue prove chef Gwenaël Le Pape’s Franco classics have definitely found an audience. On the menu here are iconic dishes such as cheese souffle, onion soup, foie gras terrine, steak frites and tuna tartare. For brunch, indulge in Notre Pain Perdu, handmade brioche French toast with seasonal berries and agave syrup. 288 S. County Road, Palm Beach

Viva La Playa

Open for lunch and dinner, as well as Saturday and Sunday brunch, Viva La Playa offers selections that include mojo pork sandwich with cabbage slaw and pickled onion; tail-on yellow snapper with artichokes, baby carrots, salsa verde and brown butter sauce with capers; and grilled cactus with cauliflower puree, crispy hearts of palm and tomatillo vinaigrette, a dish that might sound peculiar to those unaccustomed to legitimate Mexican cuisine, but one that chef Jeremy Hanlon insists all diners should try. 10 S. Ocean Blvd., Lake Worth



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