Are you one who loves a good brunch? Well Disney Springs has you covered on the weekends! The brunch options are endless and absolutely delicious! Keep on reading to see where you can find the best Disney brunches.
Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’
This decadent restaurant is known for its southern dishes, ESPECIALLY the fried chicken. And is there a better brunch plate out there than chicken and waffles? I think not! Their Rise ‘n’ Shine Brunch is serviced on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Disney Springs. Be sure to make a reservation ahead of time as this place is INCREDIBLY popular.
A few options I would recommend trying:
- The house-made sugar donuts are out of this world
- White peach sangria
- Blueberry mimosa
- Hush Puppy Benedict
City Works Eatery and Pour House
On the far end of Disney Springs lies one of my favorite spots to watch a game – City Works. The everyday menu is pretty decent, but the brunch menu on the weekends is clever and really kicks their food options up a notch! Especially with plates like “Donut Stop Believing” and “Jon Bun Jovi” you can’t help but love the theming. Plus their bloody marry is loaded and amazing. You really can’t go wrong here.
Brunch is served here on Saturdays and Sundays from open until 3:00 p.m. Have a flight home on a Sunday evening? Don’t even worry about wasting a park ticket on just a few hours of play. Head here for a cranberry mojito and watch some Sunday Football in a great environment before you finish up that last-minute shopping. The perfect way to end a Disney vacation!
House of Blues
Right across the way from City Works is the iconic House of Blues. This is a quaint, intimate music venue option in Orlando. Performers like Ben Rector and the Hanson Brothers have performed here over the years.
One of the iconic offerings House of Blues has is their weekend brunch. They serve plates like Steak & Eggs, a delicious breakfast burrito, and even Chicken ‘n’ Donuts! Maple bacon donuts, buttermilk fried chicken, bourbon maple syrup, honey sriracha sauce, brown butter powder, topped with chives. My mouth is WATERING as I type this. (Don’t forget to try their Morning Mule!)
House of Blues also houses the iconic Gospel Brunch on Sundays. Local performers come in and sing classic and contemporary gospel music to entertain the crowd. This event also serves a buffet as the food option. The Gospel Brunch has not yet returned since the pandemic, but the House of Blues website promises that it will be returning!
Maria & Enzo’s Ristorante
This restaurant was newly added with the Disney Springs expansion in 2016. It offers some great, classic Italian dishes throughout the week, including their amazing brunch. I appreciate this option for how different it is than your normal pancakes and waffles.
Spaghetti Carbonara Americana – thick-cut spaghetti, parmigiana, applewood bacon, topped with a soft poached egg. (can you get much more Italian brunch than this dish alone?)
Smoked Salmon Board – complete with toasted schiacciata bread and marscapone
Focaccia della Casa – house-made focaccia bread with whipped ricotta, lemon, and pepper
This brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This definitely gives you the option to have a sleep-in lazy Sunday with plenty of time for a nice meal!
Raglan Road Irish Pub
When I say run and don’t walk to this brunch offering – WOW do I mean it. Let’s cut to the chase and go over some of the food offerings.
It’s Ok To Drool – the famous Raglan Road Bread & Butter pudding, French toast style with vanilla mascarpone, mixed berries, hazelnut crunch, crispy maple glazed bacon
Beef Benny – Smoked beef eggs benedict on cheddar and chive scrumpet with sautéed spinach, fire roasted red pepper and hollandaise sauce
Now You’re Talkin’ Chicken Sandwich – Fried buttermilk chicken breast, hot sauce, scallions, shredded pickled slaw, truffle aioli and grated parmesan
And those just barely scratch the surface of the wonders that are offered here. The Rollicking Raglan Brunch is offered Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Try getting a reservation around 11:30 so you can be there in time to see the Rhythms of Raglan Dance Show!
Wine Bar George
The Wine Country Brunch has food inspired by the regions where the best wines in the world are crafted! This restaurant is known for their small dishes so you can try a little bit of everything. My friends and I love ordering family style and getting a little taste of these famous regions!
There are full plate options for brunch, such as a Wine Country Omelet and Steak & Eggs. And you absolutely CANNOT skip the best brunch cocktail in all of the land. The Frozcato Mimosa. This is made with moscato and Dole Whip Pineapple. Honestly mind-blowing.
This brunch is served from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The window is smaller than other brunch offerings in the area so make sure to get there early!
Probably the most high-end brunch option is located here in the Landing of Disney Springs. And yes – they serve steak. And lots of it.
Wagyu Burger BKFT – 7oz beef patty – American cheese – bacon – fried egg – lettuce – tomato – onion – special sauce – fries
Lobster & Eggs Benedict – lobster – baby spinach – poached eggs – caviar hollandaise – toasted english muffin
Truffle Steak & Egg – wagyu flat iron 8oz – fried egg – shaved truffle – crispy potatoes – truffle buttered brioche
One of the things STK has on most of the other restaurants is their bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marrys! Their brunch is served on the weekends from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where will you brunch the next time you are at Disney World?