“Brunch is breakfast without an alarm.” — Unknown
Most college kids sleep late. It’s a well-known fact. So, going out for breakfast on weekends, in particular, may not be an option. Brunch, however, is generally a good option on weekends and there are quite a few choices not far from FAU’s campus. However, if you can get your student out of bed early and breakfast is what you want; check out our blog Wakey, Wakey Eggs & Bakey. Some things to consider beforehand are price and time. It is not unusual for there to be a considerable wait, even with a reservation, on a game weekend or graduation, at some of the more popular selections.
50 Ocean: S. Ocean Blvd (Delray Beach) Located directly across the street from the beach, this second-floor restaurant offers breathtaking views of the Atlantic. 50 Ocean offers up brunch, lunch, and dinner. They are known for their Bloody Mary bar that includes over 30 ingredients to make something unique.
Deck 84: Atlantic Ave (Delray Beach) Situated along the Intracoastal Water, this casual dining spot features fresh seafood and several American style options. Come by car or by boat, you’ll be greeted with food and drinks with a tropical twist. Reserve an outdoor dining table for a warm, Florida breeze and waterfront views. Make sure you sample the Crab Cake Benedict followed by the pastry of the day.
Dubliner: For a real Irish breakfast, try their Sunday Brunch served from 11 am – 3 pm. Chicken & Waffles, Corned Beef Hash, Irish Breakfast, Brisket Grilled Cheese and of course Irish Coffee, Bottomless Mimosas and Build your own Tito’s bloody mary.
Gary Rack’s Farm House Kitchen: Delray Beach. Gary Rack’s Serves Brunch, Lunch, and Dinner. They offer “clean eating” options. Their ingredients are seasonal, local and sustainably farmed and each menu item is designed to allow those ingredients to shine.
Max’s Grille: Mizner Park. Max’s Grille has been a staple in Mizner Park for the past 20 years. American style food with a twist and amazing hand-crafted cocktails. If you are looking to satisfy a sweet tooth, look no farther than the Crème Brulee French Toast.
Park Tavern: Great Sunday brunch spot. Also, open for dinner. But it gets pretty crowded, pretty quickly. Reservations are recommended. The Menu features some unique offers along with old favorites. Great food and cocktails.
Rebel House: Palmetto Park Road. Quirky restaurant with some familiar favorites (popcorn as the appetizer!) American Fare with some unexpected and unique twists on old favorites. Reservations are a must for their Sunday Brunch. They are well known among students for their Eggs Benedict and southern style French toast.
Tanzy: 301 Plaza Real, Boca Raton; 561/922-6699 at Mizner Park. Try their eggs, chicken & waffles, french toast, gravlax plus salads, sandwiches and more. Imbibe in their San Marzano Mary, bottomless Mimosas or Italian Ice Mimosa
The Office: They are located 201 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444. A modern, retro gastropub located on the Avenue. Brunch available Saturday and Sunday, 10 am – 3 pm. Try their bottomless bellinis, margaritas, mimosas and Bloody Marys. Pair it with their brunch favorites including eggs, fried chicken & waffles, french toast, omelets and more.
Tom Sawyers – 1759 NW Boca Raton Blvd, Boca Raton. Located near campus, students like their country breakfasts & comfort food.
Tucker Dukes: Located at 1658 N Federal Hwy, Boca Raton, FL 33432. Enjoy a Southern breakfast with everything from eggs, waffles and french toast to shrimp and grits, pancakes and their famous burgers. Add their bottomless bloody mary, mimosa, poinsettia, and bellini for the perfect brunch.
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