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The Best Restaurants for Brunch at Disney Springs



Is there anything better than a brunch plate piled high with bacon, waffles, and eggs, and then finishing it off with a mimosa? Here are the top picks for the best brunch bets at Disney Springs:

Paddlefish: Come aboard the riverboat and enjoy classic brunch favorites like Crab & Asparagus Benedict or the unbelievable Monte Cristo. Every menu item pairs nicely with a favorite drink, the Southern Sangria.



Raglan Road Irish Pub and Restaurant: The Rollicking Raglan Brunch is offered every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. and features authentic Irish entertainment, food, and drink. The menu is filled with Irish treats including the Full Irish Breakfast, Pancakes Diaspora with crème fraiche, maple syrup and berry compote, and Smoked Salmon Potato Cakes. If you prefer to have lunch there are also some savory items such as the slow-roasted Guinness-glazed Rack of Heaven baby back ribs, Lobster Club and famous Shepherd’s Pie .


House of Blues Gospel Brunch: Taking place on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., the World Famous Gospel Brunch is a one-of-a-kind experience that puts the spotlight on local entertainment and southern delicacies. Gospel songs surround you while you eat delicious brunch items including biscuits & gravy, fried catfish, peel and eat shrimp, chicken & waffles, honey baked ham, roast beef and much, much more.


Maria & Enzo’s: The newest brunch offering at Disney Springs can be found at Maria & Enzo’s. The restaurant, modeled after an airline terminal, serves an elegant buffet of starters that include salumi & cheese, antipasti, pizza, yogurt and assorted pastries. You can then pair it with one of the classic dishes on menu, including French Toast, Poached Hen Egg & Quinoa Kale Salad, NY Strip Steak ‘N Eggs, Farmstead Vegetable Frittata or Spaghetti Alla Carbonara. The prix-fixe brunch is $35 per adult and $15 per child (ages 3-9); kids under two eat free. For the real brunch aficionado, you can add on endless mimosas and bellinis for just $15 more.


STK Orlando: Three words - Cinnamon Monkey Bread. The menu also includes crab cake benedict, lemon-ricotta pancakes, and fried chicken and funnel cake.


Ready to make a reservation for brunch at Disney Springs? Call 407-WDW-DINE or make a reservation here; some venues also accepting bookings via the Open Table app.


News & Media Source: Disney Parks Blog


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