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The Burg Brunch List

French toast on a plate

Be sure to check with individual restaurants in advance, as menus, hours and offers are subject to change.

Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but brunch is certainly the most enjoyable way to experience it. Here in the Burg, there is no shortage of places to enjoy your favorite way to start a Saturday or Sunday, so we’ve compiled a list of our 15 favorites. These mostly apply to places that only have brunch on Saturdays and Sunday, so if you’re looking for somewhere you can get a good breakfast any day of the week, scroll down to the bottom for a list of must-try spots good old fashioned breakfast.



Cassis offers mouthwatering items such as the Smoked Salmon Benedict, Fines Herbs Omelet, Andouille Sausage & Shrimp Ragout, and more. Including a large variety of pastries and bread to choose from. Don’t forget to try the Brioche French Toast if your sweet tooth is acting up! Brunch is served daily from 8AM to 3PM.
170 Beach Drive NE

Localz Sports Bar & Grill

Already a favorite for upscale bar food, Localz recently debuted a new Saturday and Sunday brunch that more than lives up to its sterling reputation. They do a great job on classics like avocado toast, B.E.C. sandwiches, breakfast bowls, and a massive plate of fried chicken and waffles. They also go heavy on the creative side, with features such as the stuffed PB&J French Toast, a “Philly Steak & Eggs” sandwich, veggie breakfast tacos, and a gargantuan of a burger called the “Hangover Helper.” Localz also makes some excellent brunch cocktails.
1 Beach Drive

Social Roost

If the bird is the word, then Social Roost’s brunch is enough to make up an entire book. The chicken and waffles may be the best in town, and the chicken and biscuits with sausage gravy is enough to make a southern grandma proud. If you’re not feeling the fowl, go for the pork belly hash, steak and eggs, or some cinnamon-apple stuffed French toast. And don’t skip the cocktail list – those bartenders are the real deal.
150 1st Ave N


Spinner’s Rooftop Grille

While many restaurants can lay claim to having the most creative menu or wildest cocktails, this is the one spot on the list that can claim to have a brunch experience unlike any other. 12 stories above St. Pete Beach, diners slowly spin 360 degrees – complete with a 360-degree bay window views-  as they sip on mimosas and cocktails and dine on all the breakfast and lunch classics. Located atop the beautiful Bellwether Beach Resort.
5250 Gulf Blvd

Sauvignon Wine Locker and Trattoria 

St. Pete’s best spot for fine wine and delicious pasta also has one of the best weekend brunches in the game, every Saturday and Sunday. Highlights among the starters include deviled eggs, avocado toast, chilled Gulf shrimp, massive flapjacks, and a house-made coffee cake. The entrée list has tons of incredible dishes, from a smashburger or biscuits and gravy to bananas foster French toast or a French rolled omelet. We’re also big fans of the short rib hash. Plus: all bottles of wine under $100 are half off all day every Sunday.
241 Central Ave

Good Fortune

One of the newest and most vibey spots in downtown St. Pete also has one of the neighborhood’s most unique brunches. The Japanese and Asian-inspired restaurant has brunch dishes you won’t find anywhere else, like surf and turf sushi rolls, fluffy ube pancakes, morning bao, Korean chicken and waffles, and even a five spice cinnamon roll. Good Fortune is also an excellent pick for a boozy brunch, with their Japanese whiskey-forward cocktail menu having earned big praise.
260 1st Avenue South

Harvey’s 4th Street Grill

Harvey’s on 4th Street is a St. Pete institution and has been serving up some of the city’s best eats for 40 years now. Their Sunday brunch is exactly what you’d expect: big portions, old school dishes, and plates bursting with flavor. From eggs to corned beef hash, French toast, pancakes, and waffles, they have all the best staples. We also recommend the sausage and gravy skillet!
3121 4th Street North

The Dewey

Brunch by the water, anyone? The Dewey is a gem in Pass-a-Grille, with their fantastic wine selections and coastal fare, and their Saturday and Sunday brunch is can’t-miss. You’ll go home impressed (and full) from their delectable offerings, with favorites such as bourbon peach pancakes, pumpkin pie French toast, the fried chicken biscuit, and the steak Oscar omelet. The Dewey also has some of the best brunch cocktails in the game (we recommend the Breakfast Sour, made with bacon-fat-washed bourbon).
109 8th Avenue, St. Pete Beach


On such desirable real estate as Beach Drive, it’s rare for a new restaurant to have the opportunity to join the fray. Allelo’s debut, as such, was a highly-anticipated addition to downtown, and they’ve received nothing but rave reviews since. Their family-style brunch service includes an array of Mediterranean-inspired dishes, showcasing baked pastries, seafood, eggs, potatoes, meats, pancakes, and French toast.
300 Beach Drive

Bonu Taverna Italiana

Italian dining meets boozy brunch at Bonu’s weekend brunch service, available every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 am – 3 pm. The breakfast pizza is the star of the menu, but don’t skip out on the frittatas or crostone. Our favorite is the “mozzarella in carroza,” a warm, gooey, pull-apart sensation that lies somewhere between a fried cheese stick and a hot grilled cheese. Plus, their full lunch menu is also available.
601 Central Avenue

Concrete Jungle

One of downtown’s newest stars has debuted a Tulum-inspired brunch menu that become an immediate sensation. Go sweet with coconut panna cotta, or savory with chorizo. Dine on their takes on classics such as salmon benedicts, steak and eggs, or chicken and waffles. We also wouldn’t say no to a seafood tower paired with an elote bloody mary.
475 Central Avenue

The Left Bank Bistro

I mean, look at that Pain Perdu. The battered brioche? The Grand Marnier Brulee? The fresh berries, Chantilly cream, and warm maple syrup? They have a ton of savory options, but we can’t seem to take our eyes off this dish. Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from 11AM-3PM.
1225 Dr. M.L.K. Jr St. N

The Library

One of St. Pete’s prettiest spots for a meal is also one of its tastiest. It’s a little too popular to call it a hidden gem, but this downtown-adjacent spot is just enough off the beaten path to remain a locals-only favorite. You won’t find a bigger stack of pancakes anywhere, and the “Super Simple Sandwich” is one of the best breakfast handhelds in the ‘Burg. Grab some fresh-brewed coffee or an espresso martini and enjoy brunch surrounded by books in their airy dining room.
600 5th St S

Lolita’s Wine Market

Housed inside a beautiful and historic train station, Lolita’s is worth a visit any day of the week. Their Sunday Brunch, however, is a star in its own right. Like dinner at Lolita’s, the menu is a deep list of shareable plates, with cold tapas and hot tapas alike. There are also delectable salads, and a fantastic lineup of charcuterie boards that will leave any diner full and happy. Our favs: the fire + ice ceviche, and the s’more French toast.
420 22nd Street South

Noble Crust

This place knows how to do brunch. Our favorite item on their brunch menu is the Lemon Ricotta Pancakes! A little bit of sweet, salty, sour all in every bite. But if it’s pizza that you crave, their royally decadent Noble Pig should be your first order of business with all the tasty meats, cheeses, and perfect crust.
8300 4th Street N

Parkshore Grill

Parkshore Grill’s Crab Cake Benedict is a must-try as well as their Banana Brioche French Toast and Cheese Grits. The brunch menu is as refined as any Parkshore Grill menu and will more than brighten your morning.
300 Beach Drive NE

Red Mesa Restaurant

This longtime 4th Street staple mixes traditional Mexican with the Great American Brunch better than anybody. From brunch tacos and a sweet potato and chorizo hash to tamales and eggs and a decadent chicken and churros plate, the original Red Mesa Restaurant delivers the good stuff every Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 am to – 3 pm.
4912 4th St N

Sea Grapes Eatery + Wine Lounge

If you’re looking for something near the beach, the new Sea Grapes Eatery has one of the best Sunday brunches we’ve had anywhere. The stuffed French toast is a crowd favorite, and the crab cake eggs benedict is an absolute gamechanger.
6390 Gulf Boulevard

Urban Stillhouse

They’re known for bourbon and elegant dinners, but brunch may well be one of the things Urban Stillhouse does best. Menu items include soufleed poppyseed pancakes with tequila lemon curd and fresh berries and buttermilk waffles with bruleed banana and Horse Soldier Bourbon maple syrup.
2232 5th Avenue South

Wild Child

One of St. Pete’s hottest new restaurants to open in the last few years, Wild Child’s creative jungle-meets-ocean food and cocktail menu delivers big time on the brunch side. They have standards like avocado toast, pancakes and French toast, sure. But adventurous eaters rave about the tuna tostada, the potato latkes (add salmon roe – trust us), the Spanish tortilla and the Korean fried chicken sandwich, which is also a favorite on the dinner menu.
2710 Central Ave

Missing your favorite brunch spot from the list? Hit us up and send us an email for consideration.

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