Visit These 7 Breakfast Places in Orlando for Your Next Outing

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Who doesn’t love to indulge themselves with a hearty breakfast? Luckily for you, Orlando is home to dozens of wonderful breakfast restaurants to try out. In our latest blog post, we’re reviewing our 7 favorite breakfast places in the city. Whether you’re craving some fluffy pancakes or a steak omelette, you can find a variety of savory breakfast dishes at these popular restaurants in Orlando. 

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1. Artisan’s Table

Light and airy restaurant that offers savory modern American dishes with fresh global accents

Artisan’s Table offers a bright and welcoming atmosphere for guests. Image courtesy of Yelp

55 West Church St. Suite 128 | Downtown, Central Business District | artisanstableorlando.com

Artisan’s Table presents the picture perfect image of every Millennial’s dream breakfast spot. Decorated with deep blue walls and cozy rustic tables, Artisan’s Table is a prime destination for breakfast meetings, brunches, first dates, and more special occasions. 

For brunch, you can enjoy classic American dishes like the Chicken & Waffles, Steak Breakfast Bowl, and Fried Chicken Biscuit. Brunch cocktails are also available, such as the Flavored Mimosa and Loaded Cold Brew. Breakfast catering is also available for parties planning special events and get-togethers. 

“Outstanding gen during these difficult times of COVID. My husband and I took advantage of the best value which was the Prix Fixe menu for $35 each and exceptionally well designed (and priced) cocktails. This meal made our trip! Whether you are local or have a quick business need to be handled in Orlando, make it a priority to stop in. You will not be disappointed.” - Yelp Review

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2. Maxine’s on Shine

Popular eatery known for its whimsical 40’s-style design and live music events

Wake yourself up with a Bloody Mary. Image courtesy of Yelp.

337 N Shine Ave. | Colonialtown South | maxinesonshine.com 

Located in Colonialtown South, Maxine’s on Shine is a popular brunch spot for romantic dates and casual get-togethers with friends. For years, visitors have voted Maxine’s on Shine as one of the best brunch spots in Orlando. 

Featuring whimsical 40s-style decor, Maxine’s on Shine offers a unique and vibrant atmosphere for guests. On the menu, Maxine’s on Shine features classic brunch dishes like the Chicken & Waffles, Stout Braised Brisket, and Blanco Vegetariano Omelette. A full-service bar offering wine, beer, and spirits is also open during brunch. 

“Just picked up an incredible brunch order from Kirt. We knew we had to have the fried green tomatoes so got two orders of those, but it was our first time for the cheese cigars. OMG! Heaven!!! The shrimp with polenta, vegetable omelette, and shrimp, bacon, Brie and spinach omelette were all perfect.” - Yelp Review

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3. Briarpatch Restaurant

Charming breakfast spot serving traditional American breakfast and brunch dishes

Pictured above is the Short Rib Benedict with potato hash and chipotle hollandaise. Image courtesy of Yelp

252 N Park Ave. | Winter Park | thebriarpatchrestaurant.com

The second you step into the Briarpatch Restaurant you are greeted by a warm and welcoming atmosphere. As one of Winter Park’s most popular restaurants, Briarpatch Restaurant typically fills up pretty quickly. Therefore, you’ll want to try to reserve a table before arriving. But as soon as you take a bite into one of the restaurant’s dishes, you’ll quickly see why so many locals love it. 

Speaking of the food, you can find savory American dishes such as the Brown Butter Belgian Waffles and Veggie Burrito on their breakfast and brunch menus. Handcrafted cocktails including the Blood Orange Margarita and Bloody Mary are also popular among guests.

“Overall, this was the best brunch I've had in Orlando. There are some chain places around that like to try and do it like this place, but no, don't waste your time. This was wow. The two non-French toast items I got were on their Brunch Specials menu, so they're only there on the weekends. Plan accordingly and go have yourself a good time here.” - Yelp Review

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4. Christo’s Cafe

Quaint local diner that serves huge plates full of classic American comfort food

Start your day off on the right foot with an omelette and some toast. Image courtesy of Yelp

1815 Edgewater Dr. | College Park, West Orlando | facebook.com/christoscafeorlando

Christo’s Cafe is a casual yet charming breakfast spot in College Park. For over 40 years, locals have traversed to Christo’s Cafe for its hearty, homestyle meals. Reminiscent of a classic American diner, Christo’s Cafe offers a wide selection of classic breakfast foods including eggs benedict, French toast, and omelets. If you stop by in the afternoon, you can enjoy some special lunch platters and sandwiches. Christo’s serves its dishes in large portions, so you won’t have to worry about leaving hungry. In fact, you’ll probably have to grab a carry-out container!

“I have tried everything on the menu (non pork). My go to is the house chicken orzo soup and either a breakfast meal or a lunch platter. Today I ordered corn beef hash with eggs and toast.

All of it was delicious. The next day I ordered the country fried steak with tater tots and potato salad. The portion was huge and it was delicious and also had plenty leftover.” - Yelp Review

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5. Highball & Harvest

Trendy eatery located inside the glitzy Ritz-Carlton Hotel

Grab a dessert or two off of the bar! Image courtesy of Yelp.

4012 Central Florida Pkwy | South Orange Blossom Trail | ritzcarlton.com 

Looking for something a little more upscale? Treat your loved ones to a meal at Highball & Harvest. This stylish and elegant restaurant is located inside the grand Ritz-Carlton Hotel. By combining the hotel’s upscale image with the restaurant’s own rustic touches, Highball & Harvest successfully curates the perfect atmosphere for celebrating special occasions.

For breakfast, Highball & Harvest offers several classic breakfast dishes including buttermilk pancakes and eggs benedict. Small “fixins” including grits, biscuits, and bacon are also available to complement your meal. Need something to help wake you up? Treat yourself to a cappuccino. You deserve it.

“The staff was amazing. Everyone ensured social distancing was practiced. The food & Craft Beer section was top notch. The selection of craft beers were all local to Florida. The steak was prepared perfectly. And the deserts were out of this world!!! Highly recommend making reservations and paying them a visit. Absolutely happy I came here!” - Yelp Review

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6. Keke’s Breakfast Cafe

Popular breakfast and lunch spot featuring a spacious and modern dining area

Photo of Keke's Breakfast Cafe - Orlando, FL, United States
Stop by for breakfast or lunch at this popular chain restaurant! Image courtesy of Yelp.

4192 Conroy Rd, Suite 100 | Millenia | kekes.com

While Keke’s Breakfast Cafe is a chain restaurant, that doesn’t mean its dishes are of any lower quality than those from other restaurants on this last. At this lively, contemporary restaurant, you’ll find everything from banana split waffles to eggs florentine. Stuffed French toast, omelets, and pancakes are also available at this popular restaurant. You can also customize your own meal by combining popular items such as pancakes, eggs, and toast. If you want to try this restaurant out with friends who aren’t big breakfast people, you can stop by during lunch hour!

“I literally enjoyed every bite from start to finish. The banana chocolate chip pancakes were amazing. You didn't even need to add syrup; they were just that good. My chicken fajita omelet was delicious, it had so much flavor and I'm pretty sure it was the best omelet I've ever had.” - Yelp Review

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7. Le Cafe De Paris

Small French cafe known for its croque-monsieurs and homemade gelato

Photo of Le Cafe De Paris - Orlando, FL, United States. Smoked salmon for 2
Treat yourself to a plate of the smoked salmon. Image courtesy of Yelp

5170 Dr. Phillips Blvd. | West Orlando | shopcafeparis.com

Craving a little bite of Paris? Visit Le Cafe De Paris for your next breakfast out. This chic French cafe is known for its savory and authentic breakfast dishes. Classic omelets, breakfast sandwiches, and crepes are all served at this bustling breakfast spot. Are you a fiend for coffee? Consider trying Le Cafe De Paris’s special Coffee Club. Members receive a special blend of coffee each month. All of the coffees are roasted fresh in-house. 

“I love coming to this cafe! It's right next to my Vet which is super convenient for grabbing a quick breakfast. I've only recently started going here since covid started so I've always sat outside but the outdoor seating is covered, spread out and that makes it comfortable. I love sharing the salmon plate (for two) and a quiche. They make different quiches everyday but one of the best quiches I've had here is the Brie cheese.” - Yelp Review

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Orlando is home to dozens of wonderful breakfast spots. Which one do you plan on visiting next? Let us know in the comments!

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