Get a Taste of Tallahassee's Top Brunches
Brunch has become a weekend ritual in most cities and Tallahassee is certainly no exception. Whether you’re looking for a boozy, sophisticated, or simply delicious mid-morning meal, here are some of the town’s top 10 must-try brunches that make crawling out of bed worthwhile.
Let’s be real, a brunch buffet is always a good idea. At Andrew’s you can indulge in a classic Sunday brunch buffet, or you can choose from a menu of options, including southern favorites like Shrimp & Grits and Banana Pecan French Toast. Bonus — half-price happy hour all day including Bloody Marys and Mimosas.
MadSo is the epitome of modern brunching, from a long list of handcrafted seasonal cocktails to their wildly inventive spins on classic breakfast favorites. Join in every Saturday and Sunday for Hot Totties, Pancakes of the Month, or perhaps some Spiced Honey Chicken & Waffles. You can indulge in the trendiest of all brunches, with the view of Doak Campbell Stadium as your backdrop.
Raise your glasses for brunch at Table 23, where you’ll find bottomless bubbles, mimosas, poinsettias and southern bellinis. Paired with a menu of southern dishes like their Southwest Croque Madame and Sweet Potato Pancakes, Table 23 offers a delightful brunch with cozy outdoor seating and a beautiful ambiance.
Jeri’s Midtown Cafe is all about the love and you’ll feel the cozy the moment you walk in through the patio garden and into the door. They sport the warmest wait staff this side of the equator and Jeri knows you will come to love them the way she does! Using only the highest quality ingredients the chef serves up inspiring brunch dishes from the Creamy smoked Gouda grits and Jumbo shrimp to Classic French Toast, the dishes are more like refined home cooking than restaurant fare.
Liberty Bar & Grill has become one of the busiest brunch spots in all of Tallahassee, with Bloody Marys and Mimosas every Saturday and Sunday. The menu also features a variety of options from poached and smothered breakfast favorites like the Country Ham Benedict and the Eggs In A Basket to hearty omelets, refreshing salads and other drool-worthy dishes like Nashville Hot Chicken.
Located within Cascades Park, this chic outpost of a former power station turned bustling restaurant offers brunch-goers a magnificent outdoor view with the menu to match. Every Saturday and Sunday The Edison offers contemporary classics from the Edison Scramble to the Lobster Roll to a Florida Fresh Fruit Salad, and everything in between.
Prime Time offers an epic brunch that boasts bottomless mimosas made with freshly squeezed orange juice, a Bloody Mary Bar, and an overflowing menu. Try “Belly-Busters” like their Blueberry French Toast and the Fat Boy Burrito, or choose from an array of delicious omelets, hand-helds and wings. The best part is, you can get your brunch on while watching any of the restaurant’s dozens of big screen TVs.
At Sage, foodies revel in a refined menu that elevates classic brunch favorites. Start with Smoked Salmon Crostinis or Goat Cheese Croquettes before choosing an entrée like Brioche French Toast or Steak Frite. Sage brings a new depth of flavor to America’s favorite weekend ritual, with the freshest, seasonal ingredients.
In an ode to its name, Food Glorious Food offers its guests a wonderful variety of gourmet meal options. Every Sunday FGF’s culinary creations provide a truly inspired brunch, with a long list of items like the Quiche of the Day, Fried Green Tomato Benedict and Maple & Rosemary Glazed Lamb Chops.
It may come as a surprise that Tallahassee’s premier Chinese, Japanese fusion restaurant would serve brunch, but don’t be fooled—AZU Lucy Ho’s serves a Sunday brunch buffet for the books. Every Sunday, the restaurant hosts a buffet featuring a strong mix of classics, carefully selected entrees, sushi rolls, 4 kinds of nigiri, several appetizers, soup, salad, fresh fruits and desserts.