Published On: Sun, Oct 27th, 2019

These Boca Raton Brunch Spots DO NOT Disappoint

Brunch has quickly become the most popular meal to go out and have some drinks with friends or enjoy breakfast for lunch.

If you are a fellow “bruncher” like me, you have to try some of my favorite spots in Boca Raton.

Tap 42

5050 Town Center Circle

I was pleasantly surprised with Tap 42 as it is a gastropub, but it definitely brings the excitement to brunch. Their bottomless brunch menu features a large variety of entrees to satisfy anyones cravings. I have to admit, I am a sucker for avocado toast and Tap 42 delivers. Their smashed avocado toast on a toasted baguette with a sunny side egg, corn and black bean salsa, and shoestring potatoes is a unique twist on a basic menu item. Indulge your sweet tooth with chocolate banana french toast or fried chicken and waffles. And if you are not a fan of breakfast food at lunch, enjoy a delicious burger or a salad.

Louie Bossi

100 E Palmetto Park Rd

Every weekend, Louie Bossi presents one of the most unique brunches I have ever experienced. Louie Bossi is a local Italian restaurant known for their pasta and pizza that you could certainly order during brunch. However, I highly recommend trying some of their unique twists on breakfast items. They feature a fabulous frittata, Frittattas Di Patate with cage free eggs, potatoes, roasted onions, basil, fontina cheese, salumi and greens. Or an exciting Porchetta Hash with roasted fingerling potatoes, tomatoes, and fried eggs. Their Sourdough Waffle topped with berries and mascarpone cheese is the perfect balance of sweet and savory. Enjoy bottomless drinks with the purchase of any entree, from mimosas to aperol spritzers or my personal favorite the bellinis. Whatever you order, do NOT miss out on their freshly made Bombolini’s with your choice of custard filled, cannoli cream filled or chocolate glazed, they are the perfect fluffy pastry.

Farmers Table

1901 N. Military Trail

If you are looking for a healthy brunch that is also delicious, Farmers Table certainly brings it. Their incorporation of organic fruits and veggies make for a truly fresh meal. They feature a great deal of egg dishes from steak and eggs to farm fresh omelets. They tackle the guests sweet-tooth with strawberry and mango french toast, multigrain pancakes, and apple-raisin oatmeal. You can also order any of their fresh salads, flatbreads, and burgers. Their menu offers a unique variety to vegetarians and meat-eaters alike. Don’t forget to try some of their Garden-to-Glass cocktails to truly refresh your tastebuds.

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- I am currently a Senior at Florida Atlantic University studying Communications. I am a Content Writer for the Boca Tribune with a recent emphasis on PR and Marketing. I love to write and share my opinion with others.

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  1. Johnathon says:

    Tap 42 is the only half-way legitimate restaurant (burgers and beer)in this article but there are too many quality restaurants which you have are omitted. Louie Bossi’s venue is beautiful, but too bad the food does not measure up to the interior designer’s taste. Farmer’s Table makes very little from scratch, unless you count the “Avocado Toast”. Canned food, reheated items, etc. The owner or chef would benefit from actually meeting a farmer. Lastly, do some research, as there are so many talented chefs who operate a balanced kitchen using local ingredients and offer an inspired menu to there guests.

    • Well said..can you recommend a resturant in boca..for dinner..that you know is quality food as you mentioned.not the one really knows whats behind the name
      so called millinium Resturant these

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