When you crave a delicious brunch, it can be hard to navigate through all the pancake-laden options in Palm Beach. Here’s our list of the five Palm Beach restaurants that offer a fabulous brunch:
At the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa restaurant’s Veuve Rich Sunday Brunch, you’ll find staples such as meat-carving and omelet stations. But you will want to head straight for the pancake cart, which rolls around with indulgent toppings like chocolate chips, bananas, nuts, berry compote and warm sugar cane syrup. Add on endless visits to the champagne garden and bloody mary bar.
Or, eat like a local and fill up on shrimp and chilled seasonal seafood. Round out your meal with family-style pastries and desserts.
Stop by Graze at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach for a buffet of brunch favorites, including a Benedict with house-smoked salmon, avocado, arugula and citrus hollandaise; sliders with caramelized onions, Gruyère and truffle aioli; monkey bread; and more.
Brunch is celebrated at The Circle at The Breakers. The domed room with 30-foot frescoed ceilings and Renaissance-inspired murals is filled with delectable selections, complemented by drinks concocted by the bartenders on hand. And forget your diet — there are more than 30 desserts on offer.
Buccan is the place to go for twists on the usual suspects. Try dishes like ham-and-egg pizza, butternut squash beignets, eggs Benedict with roasted heirloom tomatoes, and bacon, shrimp and grits, and buttermilk friend chicken.
Found within The Brazilian Court hotel, Café Boulud was the first of chef Daniel Boulud’s outposts of his Manhattan location. The prix fixe, three-course brunch menu is filled with unexpected dishes, but those you’d expect from this exceptional chef.
Go for a wild mushroom omelet; a mâche salad and truffle vinaigrette; grilled chicken paillard with watercress, fennel, endive and a grapefruit basil vinaigrette; or moules frites with crispy pommes frites.