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Looking to up your breakfast game now that another eggcellent United We Brunch is in the books? Donut be glazed and confused hunting for the right BAE (bacon and eggs) in Downtown Orlando. You butter believe we have you covered on where to stay grounded and ready to squeeze the day.
Orange ‘Juice’ Avenue.
To catch a glimpse of the morning action, dine in at Leo’s Diner where you are sure to see the city’s finest enjoying classics like corned beef hash and eggs or the farmer’s skillet. A few blocks south, The Boheme at the Grand Bohemian Hotel serves yummy options like the Boheme benedict and cast iron waffles from 6:30 until 11:00 a.m.
daily. If you’re looking for breakfast sandwiches on Cuban toast and café con leche, Latin Square opens at 7:30 am
Central Breakfast District.
Just across from the Library, Champs Deli Bakery & Café serves traditional breakfast items like pancakes with bacon and breakfast burritos. For an authentic French breakfast, Le Gourmet Break on Magnolia is a go-to for crepes and omelet croissants, or a quick pastry and coffee to go (they also deliver!). Meanwhile Church Street has the newly opened CFS Coffee which offers smoothie bowls, toast with lots of topping options. Or for breakfast with a southern flair, Nikki’s Place is Parramore staple and serves drool-worthy dishes like shrimp and grits (pro tip, they’re closed on Tuesdays!). Around the corner, at Foodies Café you can order chicken and waffles or go straight for dessert with one of their daily homemade cakes. And there’s always Nature’s Table, which has FOUR locations throughout Downtown!
Just past Lake Eola, Dexter’s serves up the large breakfast burritos and pancakes with hash browns (aka mini latkes) until 10:00 am
. Raw and Juiced can get you started with customized smoothies, juices and bowls. For an array of croissant options such as almond and apricot or an omelet with your choice of ingredients, Benjamin French Bakery and Café is a great option. And Metro Espresso Pizza Café is also now getting in the breakfast game.
Now go forth and pancake someone’s day! …Last pun, we promise.