Brunch Mania in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

Looking for some great locations for a spring brunch? Here are a few of my favorites in PGA Commons in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla:

One of the most eclectic, Mediterranean-infused dining destinations in Palm Beach County, Prosecco Café, a scratch kitchen and bake shop, is a good spot for power brunching. Popular favorites include omelets, salads, and delicious breakfast sandwiches, loaded with cage-free eggs, meats, cheeses, and local vegetables.

“Beni” bowls also are offered, including the South Beach (two eggs, avocado and tomato salsa, and hollandaise sauce), the Balsamic (two eggs, spinach, beets, asparagus, goat cheese hollandaise, and balsamic sauce) and the Honey My Jalapeño (two eggs, avocado, bacon, grilled tomato, and honey jalapeño-roasted corn hollandaise). Looking for more? Try the colossal Creekstone Burger, brimming with blue cheese coleslaw, garlic aioli, and onion jam. Unlimited Bloody Marys and mimosas are available for an additional cost.


Rocco’s Tacos features endless mimosas or Bloody Marys for $12, or guests can opt for one of the eaterie’s craft margaritas. Fill up on Avocado Toast served with bacon, sunny-side up eggs, tomatoes, chili flakes, cilantro, evoo, sea salt, and seasonal melon. Feeling adventurous? Huevos en Cazuela (Spanish for “eggs in casserole”), featuring sunny-side up eggs, with a choice of steak, bacon, or chorizo, is a great choice.


Renowned seafood spot Spoto’s Oyster Bar has recently added a $14.95 per person brunch buffet to its popular list of “Sunday Funday” offerings. The all-you-can-nosh lineup of includes Eggs Benedict, breakfast potatoes, fluffy scrambled eggs and bacon, French toast, housemade yogurt, fresh fruit, bagels and muffins, and a charcuterie platter. Bespoke omelets and decadent Crabcake Benedicts, unlimited mimosas and Bloody Marys each available for additional costs.


Farm-to-table restaurant The Cooper has new brunch appetizers and entrées including Asian-inspired General Tso’s Cauliflower; Chunky Monkey Pancakes – dark chocolate chips, whipped butter, sea salt, rum caramel, caramelized bananas, toasted walnuts, and warm maple syrup;  Short Rib Eggs “Benny” – short rib ragout, wilted Swiss chard, potato latkes, chive hollandaise, horseradish crema, and Kai Kai Farm field greens; and Shakshuka (“Israeli Brunch”) – two baked eggs in tomato sauce with garlic, onions, zaatar, chilies, Swiss chard, and eggplant. Craft cocktails, and bottomless Bloody Marys and mimosas come with extra charges.


At Vic & Angelo’s, you can from a variety of options, including the Macadamia-Encrusted French Toast smothered in fresh berry compote and vanilla whipped cream; the giant Maine Lobster Benedict; and the Fried Chicken & Waffles, a feast of buttermilk chicken, Belgian waffle, Vermont “Buffalo” syrup, and minted strawberries. Eating healthy? The signature Chicken Milanese Salad with baby arugula, shaved Grana Padano, bruschetta tomato, aged balsamic glaze, and lemon vinaigrette is the way to go. Bloody Marys, bellinis and mimosas come with extra charges.



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