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30 St. Petersburg Brunch Spots You Must Try At Least Once In Your Life

The best brunch spots in The Burg!

Here in Tampa-St. Petersburg, we love brunch! With almost as many brunch spots as coffee shops, there are choices to match every palate. 

On The Burg side of the bay? We have the best recommendations for your Brunch Bucket List!

This weekend, the most important question you'll have to answer is, "Mimosa, Mocha, or Bloody Mary?"

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Trips Diner

Where:  2339 Martin Luther King Jr St N

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Embrace cozy vibes at Trip's Diner! Offering the quintessential diner experience,  Trips Diner is your go-to when you want a low key, casual brunch. The selection of freshly made omelets is a total win! 

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400 Beach Seafood and Tap House

Where: 400 Beach Dr NE

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Seafood, cold beer, and brunch? We're all in! Make it a casual outing with friends, or plan a formal event as you dig into the delectable offerings at 400 Beach Seafood and Tap House! 

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Thirsty First

Where:  119 1st Ave N

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Benedicts over bruschetta? Yes, please! Bottomless mimosas AND bottomless bromosas! We're all for it! You can even indulge in a beer bucket while you watch the game! Brunch and football? Total win! Keep an eye on the events calendar for live music and other performances. 

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Red Mesa Cantina

Where:  128 3rd St S

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Trade in your Bloody Mary for a Margarita at Red Mesa Cantina, one of the best spots for Mexican food in the area! Indulge in huevos rancheros and tacos to get your weekend off to a great start! Burritos for brunch? Absolutely! 

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The Mill Restaurant

Where: 200 Central Ave #100

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Looking for a place where the food is as Instagrammable as the decor? Then the Mill Restaurant is your go-to! This rustic-inspired restaurant serves craft cocktails and food with a southern spin to provide a brunch experience that will leave both you and your followers hitting "Like"! 

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Parkshore Grill

Where:  300 Beach Dr NE #104

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Parkshore Grill is the perfect place to go when you're in the mood for dining al fresco! Enjoy a grilled steak and veggies, or dive into a bowl of flavorful scallop-topped risotto. Whatever you order here, you won't be disappointed! 

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The Queens Head

Where: 2501 Central Ave

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Dine in a colorful booth at The Queens Head, then enjoy snapping pics in front of the Insta-worthy murals around the building. The menu is as incredible as the surrounding environment! Vegetarian or vegan? No problem! The Queens Head has something for everyone! 

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The Avenue Eat + Drink 

Where: 330 1st Ave S

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Looking for local grub? The Avenue is Local AF, as stated on its neon sign. Enjoy the best of The Burg while digging into a gourmet burger and bacon-garnished cocktail. Delish! 

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Ichicoro Ane

Where: 260 1st Ave S

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Shake up your brunch game at Ichicoro Ane, known for the "Brunchuru Menu" that absolutely needs to be at the top of your Brunch Bucket List! We suggest ordering the Bubble Waffle made with guava cream cheese! 

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Birch & Vine

Where: 340 Beach Dr NE

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Without a doubt, Birch & Vine has one of the best views of any venue in St. Petersburg! Sip your mimosa while you overlook the marina and downtown skyline. This rooftop venue is a local hotspot for a reason!  

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Cassis

Where:  3928, 170 Beach Dr NE

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Put a French twist on your brunch at Parisian-themed Cassis. Serving both traditional French and French-American fusion dishes, Cassis is a fantastic choice for a delectable start to your weekend! 

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Ciccio Cali 

Where:  190 37th Ave N

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The Ciccio Group is certainly making its mark in the Tampa-St. Petersburg area, and Ciccio Cali lives up to the group's phenomenal reputation! At Ciccio Cali, mimosas are taken to the next level with the signature "Maximosa", and brunch is served fresh, nutritious, and delicious! 

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Marchand's Bar and Grill

Where:  501 5th Ave NE

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Giant waffles, steak and eggs, and an extensive bloody mary bar are just some of the perks of having brunch at Marchand's Bar and Grill! Go for brunch with bae, then take a romantic stroll through neighboring Vinoy Park. 

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Harvey's 4th Street Grill

Where:  3121 4th St N

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Looking for a traditional brunch? Head over to Harvey's 4th Street Grill for your choice of eggs, burgers, and frito pies! One thing we know for sure is that Harvey's 4th Street Grill does brunch right! 

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FarmTable Cucina

Where: 179 2nd Ave N

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Inspired by the likes of California and Italy, the name of FarmTable Cucina says it all! This restaurant with long farm table-style seating delivers some of the freshest fare you can find in The Burg! 

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Sea Salt 

Where: 183 2nd Ave N

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Feeling fancy? Throw some caviar into your brunch routine at Sea Salt in downtown St. Pete! Wondering about the restaurant's name? It carries the moniker "Sea Salt" because there are over 130 different types of sea salt available on the menu! 

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The Melting Pot

Where:  2221 4th St N

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Shake things up by trading in your eggs benedict for fondue at The Melting Pot! Did you know that the St. Petersburg location is a test location for this popular chain? That means that new and innovative recipes are constantly appearing exclusively on the menu at The Melting Pot St. Pete! 

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Banyan Cafe and Catering

Where: 689 Martin Luther King Jr St N

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If you're a true foodie, then you don't want to miss out on brunch at The Banyan Cafe! With items like fresh avocado toast and multi-layered rice krispy treats, every meal is Insta-worthy and equally as delicious! 

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The Wooden Rooster

Where: 104 2nd Ave NE

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This local creperie is the perfect solution to satisfy your brunch sweet tooth! With freshly baked muffins, pastries, and of course crepes, The Wooden Rooster lives up to its tagline of "Eat, Drink, and Be Happy!" 

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Better Byrd

Where:  4728 4447 4th Street North #1

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Another fantastic offering from The Ciccio Group, Better Byrd makes a promise to its customers to deliver chicken that is always 100% hormone and steroid free. Whether you want your chicken on a bun, in a bowl, or served as a taco, this casual and fun spot is perfect for a group outing with your besties! 

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The Oyster Bar

Where: 249 Central Avenue N

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Every Saturday and Sunday, The Oyster Bar in the heart of downtown St. Petersburg delivers a brunch that is as divine as the quality of the restaurant's namesake oyster selection. Whether you prefer your oysters served raw or cooked on a poboy, be certain to pair your meal with a bottomless mimosa or bloody mary! 

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Nueva Cantina

Where: 1625 4th St S

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Nueva Cantina's tagline is "That Mexican Place!" but we're going to take it a step further and say that it's "That Mexican Place Where You Must Go For Brunch!" Nueva Cantina puts a Mexican spin on brunch by offering Bloody Maria cocktails, bottomless mimosas, and an array of brunch staples fused with traditional Mexican dishes. 

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Metro Diner

Where: 5250 4th St N

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Metro Diner delivers the best of brunch with classic plates like chicken and waffles, biscuits and gravy, and an array of benedicts. Have a sugar craving? You must try the cinnamon roll pancakes! 

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2nd and Second

Where: 201 2nd Ave N

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2nd and Second is known for its awesome brunch menu featuring the likes of queso-covered hashbrowns and chocolate chip pancakes! If you're lucky, you may even catch a pop-up art show hosted at the venue. Feel like getting a jumpstart on brunch? 2nd and Second is open 24/7 and has an extensive overnight menu for the night owl and early bird alike! 

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Chill Restaurant and Bar

Where: 357 Corey Ave

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Small plates, cocktails, and live music are three things that the Chill Restaurant and Bar does extremely well! On Sundays, the brunch menu features dishes influenced by the best of the bay, such as Cuban sandwiches, lobster bisque, falafel, shrimp and grits, and grouper benedicts. Seriously, there's something for everyone here! 

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Three Birds Tavern

Where: 1492 4th St N

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Enjoy your weekend morning porch front at Three Birds Tavern, a century-old-farmhouse-turned-restaurant that specializes in both "Brunch" and "Frunch".  Three Birds Tavern was founded on the European tradition of cultivating a central social spot via pubs, so the social experience is at the forefront of the restaurant's philosophy. Enjoy a relaxing meal with friends on one of the many patios and admire the giant oak trees that give the location a rustic, natural vibe. It's the perfect dose of farm life in the city!  

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Noble Crust

Where:  8300 4th St N

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Combine Italy with the American South and you get Noble Crust! This modern fusion restaurant is a must for brunch! Many of Noble Crust's ingredients are locally grown and sourced, so you can feel extra good about supporting a local business!  Also local is Noble Crust's dedication to making the most of Florida's sunny weather: The patio has a retractable roof and heaters so that you can enjoy your meal al fresco all year round! 

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Tryst Gastro Lounge

Where: 240 Beach Dr NE

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With Victorian era-inspired decor, Tryst Gastro Lounge is social media ready! Enjoy a signature cocktail alongside sweet potato biscuits or strawberry cheesecake french toast! 

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Maple Street Biscuit Company

Where:  662 Central Ave

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Chicken and biscuits with gravy on top? Absolutely! Maple Street Biscuit Company is known for delivering exceptional service and incredible comfort food. And let's be honest, after a night at Jannus Live, digging into a gravy-covered biscuit sounds perfect! 

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The Museum of Fine Arts Cafe

Where: 255 Beach Dr NE

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Brunching at The Museum of Fine Arts Cafe is a two-for-one attraction! Browse the art gallery and then dig into the curated menu offering seasonal specials and flavorful delicacies! 

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