8 Best Brunch Spots In St. John's To Get Tipsy With Your BFF - Narcity

8 Best Brunch Spots In St. John's To Get Tipsy With Your BFF

On weekends we brunch.

Is there a better meal than brunch? Definitely not! Time to get your brunch on, St. John’s. It’s a win-win. You can sleep in until noon and still get breakfast food. There’s ALWAYS a reason to brunch.

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Lucky us, because this city sure knows how to specialize in brunch. If you’re visiting St. John’s and you can’t squeeze them all in—you’ll just have to come back. As for the locals, you know what to do. Get your best pals together; it’s time to get your brunch on.

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The Bagel Cafe // 246 Duckworth St

This place will leave you beyond satisfied. It is everything we need it to be AND MORE. You haven't lived until you have tried the touton breakfast sandwich. You're welcome in advance.


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Blue on Water //  314 Water St

The most perfect brunch spot there ever was. Their traditional Newfoundland breakfast will have you understanding why they are brunch experts. You have to try it for yourself. 


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Mallard Cottage // 8 Barrow's Rd

Get your brunch on at this cottage in the heart of Quidi Vidi. Their menu is one of a kind. We're just living for the cake table at this point. Your taste buds will be left in awe. 


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Donovan's Irving // Clyde Ave

The official hangover cure. This is the ultimate place to refuel after a night on the town. You'll leave with a full tummy and a smile on your face. 


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Bernard Stanley Gastropub // 223 Duckworth St

The new kid on the block to the St. John's breakfast club. We love this place and you will too. Make time for a brunch at Bernard Stanley and make way for their delicious prosciutto eggs benedict. 


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Woodstock Colonial Restaurant // 1959 Topsail Rd

A true Newfoundland brunch experience. Located 10 minutes outside of the city, you know that little drive is worth it. The waffle station is to die for. Sunday brunch is second to none at Woodstock. 


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Yellowbelly Brewery // 288 Water St

CHEAP WEEKEND MIMOSA'S, need I say more? $2.50 on Saturday and Sunday between 11:30am and 3pm. The food is amazing, we know that. But get a hold of these drink specials. 


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The Merchant Tavern // 291 Water St

Eating here is easy. And so is getting a little tipsy with your bestie. We're torn between the Newfoundland cod cakes and toutons. This just means we'll be back. 

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