The Tampa Brunch Guide

Local brunch addicts, please consider this list your new go-to. From Cap N’ Crunch crusted french toast to bottomless blueberry mimosas and funky waffles, here are the restaurants and dishes you need to have on your weekend bucket list.

Another Broken Egg

Thick-sliced cinnamon roll battered, grilled golden and topped with cream cheese icing, Foster sauce, mixed berries and whipped cream. Served with two eggs any style and your choice of meat. With brunch specialties like their Cinnamon French Toast, Another Broken Egg will have your taste buds well pleased for sure.
Read more about them here.
4041 S. Dale Mabry Highway

Beach at the Bay Harbor Hotel

Chef Joe Garcia refreshed the Beach Restaurant menu upon his anticipated arrival in the kitchen. Garcia’s goal is to bring a fresh take on your typical Sunday Brunch. To help satisfy the palates of all visitors, Garcia launched “Bottomless Brunch on the Bay.” The brunch features a bottomless mimosa package, fresh seafood station, carving station, build-your-own omelet, a pasta station, sushi and a chocolate fountain. The buffet is replete with southern-influenced dishes including shrimp and grits, and chicken and waffles. Enjoy lounge seating on the waterfront, or a spacious booth inside Beach. The special is available every Sunday.
Read more about them here.
7700 West Courtney Campbell Causeway

Bizou Brasserie

Bizou Brasserie’s eclairs are legendary. Their brunch is equally remarkable. Located inside the stunning boutique hotel Le Meridien. Bizou fuses farm fresh ingredients with dishes that will satisfy your midday appetite and your sweet tooth. Brunch is served every Sunday from 11a.m.-2p.m. We highly recommend trying their Stuffed French Toast: mascarpone cheese stuffed soft french toast topped with warm berry compote.
Read more about them here.
601 N Florida Ave


Boca is known for their organic and gluten-free ingredients from local farmers, ranchers, and fisherman throughout the region. Brunch is availible Saturday and Sunday from 9:30a.m. to 3:00p.m.
Read more about them here.
901 W Platt St

Daily Eats

Daily Eats offers a food and drink menu full of delicious concoctions and pairings, ranging from a Cap’N Crunch hand-churned milkshake to a Blueberry Mimosa. This spot is our favorite among the Ciccios Group of restaurants for brunch. A staff favorite would be The Gigante, two eggs with applewood smoked bacon and whole wheat buttermilk pancakes!
Learn more about them here.
901 S. Howard Ave.


Datz is one of Tampa’s most popular and irreverent spots. Their social media ingenuity is only matched by the creativity with which they craft each of their dishes. Every Saturday and Sunday, starting at 8:30a.m. you can experience their most savory menu items, including Bloody Mary’s with their special, homemade house mix and chicken fried waffles. When you visit we suggest you splurge. Datz’s funnel cake fries, served with caramel dipping sauce, strawberry pound cake, and Datz good hash — Sy Ginsberg’s corned beef, two eggs, crispy hash browns and challah toast — are all calling your name.
Read more about them here.
2616 S MacDill Ave

Del Frisco’s Grille

Offering brunch Saturday and Sunday from 11a.m. to 3p.m. Their food is delicious but where they really shine is their brunch cocktail list. They serve Mimosas, Bloody Marys, White Sangria, Watermelon Frozé, and the list just goes on!
Read more about them here.
4138 W Boy Scout Blvd

Ella’s Folk Art Cafe

Although Ella’s is open every night of the week, you can only celebrate their soulful brunch on Sunday. Starting at 11am, you can enjoy live entertainment, cocktails starting at $5, and the one-of-a-kind Funky Monkey waffle.
Read more about them here.
5119 N Nebraska Ave


With James Beard Best Chef South Semi-Finalist Chad Johnson as their Executive Chef, Élevage isn’t messing around when it comes to brunch. Their menu includes items such as Lobster & Soft Scrambled Eggs, Dill Roasted Salmon, and Burrata, Prosciutto, & Grilled Melon.
Read more about them here.
1207 S Howard Ave

The Oxford Exchange

The Oxford Exchange is a social hub for Tampa residents. It’s also arguably one of the most photogenic gathering places in Tampa. When you finish exploring their bookstore and event space you can make your way to OE’s restaurant. Their brunch is a revelation. Sip on an OE Bloody Mary (Grey Goose mix with a Caprese Skewer) while you indulge in their pressed french toast covered in Nutella and fresh strawberries. Brunch is served from 9a.m.-4p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to make a reservation!
Read more about them here.
420 W Kennedy Blvd

The Brunchery

Quaint, quick, friendly and tasty. The Brunchery is one of Tampa’s best brunch stops. This classic style brunch runs from 8a.m. to 2p.m. Customers personal favorite item is the Bayshore Benedict — fresh croissant with scrambled eggs and cheddar cheese, topped with bacon, tomato slices, and hollandaise.
Read more about them here.
3225 S MacDill Avenue

The Refinery

One of Tampa’s most go-to brunch spots is The Refinery. They’re open Sunday for brunch from 11a.m.-3p.m. Some menu items change weekly but you can still find some classics that remain the same.
Read more about them here.
5910 N Florida Ave

Did we miss your favorite brunch spot in Tampa? Let us know in a comment or send us an email to

Photos courtesy of Megan Wood Copello, Beach Bar, Datz, Daily Eats, Another Broken Egg, Oxford Exchange, The Brunchery, Bizou, Amy Marshall, and Kutina Ruhumbika.

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Written by Aislinn Fallon

Aislinn Fallon is a five-time internationally published writer whose writing has been read on every populated continent on the globe. She is also the author of the poetry book Pretty Little Things & Witty Little Words which is represented by the world's largest global book distributor.