Living in Ft. Lauderdale, there’s no shortage of brunch restaurant options. But you don’t want to eat just anywhere. You want the best the city has to offer because whether you’re nursing a hangover or just love great food, knowing where to find Ft. Lauderdale’s best brunch restaurants is a must.

At ROk BRGR they switch things up on weekends during their 10 a.m. to 3 p.m brunch. From hangover eggs sandwiches to pancakes, there’s nothing on the menu not worth giving a shot. As far as mimosas, they’re $15, but free for ladies with the purchase of any entrée.  
Known more for its midweek happy hours and weekend turn-ups, American Social somewhat quietly manages to be one of the city’s premier brunch spots as well. AmSo separates itself from most competitors with its menu. Rather than charging you per the entrée, American Social hosts an all-you-can-eat brunch buffet from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For just $26.95 guests are free to have their fill of pancakes, omelets, breakfast sausages and more. And for only $12 more, they’ll also bring you unlimited rounds of mimosas and Bloody Mary’s.   
One of Ft. Lauderdale’s favored Italian eateries, Louie also serves up one of the best brunches in Ft. Lauderdale. Louie Bossi’s brunch runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. every weekend and boasts one of the most diverse menus around. From Nutella pancakes to pizza, they have something for everyone. Oh, and if you’re wondering about mimosas, they’re bottomless with a brunch order. It’s pretty clear why this is one of Ft. Lauderdale’s best brunch restaurants.
Tap42 is arguably the gold standard for a brunch restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale. Despite opening at 11 a.m., guests begin queuing in front of Tap 42 as early as 10 a.m. And one look at the menu tells you why. Menu favorites include the expected omelets but also Asian calamari and even golden quinoa. And with bottomless mimosas and Bloody Mary’s pouring until 3 p.m., there’s no reason to leave.
We’re bullish on Bull Market. Like American Social, Bull Market serves up an all-you-can-eat brunch. So, be sure to bring your appetite and loosen your pants before digging into their selection of eggs benedict, General Tso chicken and waffles and more for just $24. And, naturally, mimosas are bottomless as well for only $15.  
Coconuts is one of Ft. Lauderdale's premier seafood and wine destinations six days of the week. But, on the seventh day, it's also one of Ft. Lauderdale's best brunch restaurants. The Sunday brunch menu is as healthy or hearty as you'd like to be as one of Broward's favored waterfront restaurants offers everything from fruit bowls and salmon on a bagel to chocolate swirl pancakes and lobster and salmon Benedict. Naturally, the refreshments include the expected mimosas and Bloody Marys, but also red and white sangria and a  little something special. A must try at this brunch restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale is their Bloody Caesar. 
You can't go wrong with an American eatery for brunch. They typically incorporate biscuits and gravy into every meal, and what beats that when devouring a delicious brunch. The Foxy Brown's brunch menu offers a smorgasbord of options including your favorite lunch staples and breakfast musts. Their menu is creatively crafted with titles such as "The Bold" and "The Beautiful" delineating their options. But no matter your choice, the entire menu is affordably priced. Which is yet another reason to visit. 

The Alchemist

Known more as a coffee shop than a restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale, The Alchemist is secretly one of the best brunch restaurants in Ft. Lauderdale. Its warm atmosphere makes it an ideal location for a relaxing Sunday brunch. It pretty much ensures you'll want to spend the rest of the day after munching on their breakfast croissant sandwiches and fresh fruit. 

Bagels are a breakfast staple, so this establishment is aptly named. As its name suggests, the bagels are fresh and delicious. However, despite its name, you don't have to order a bagel to enjoy one of their meals. Bagelmania also serves French toast, pancakes, and omelets to satisfy its loyal clientele. And, best of all, the menu is very affordable. 

Hollywood Chillbar

Few names are more fitting than Chillbar. This cool little spot is as comfy, cozy and, well, chill as they come. The refreshing cocktails and organic brunch options are almost a bonus. This well-kept little secret is located within the Yellow Green Farmer's Market, which explains its natural treats. Chillbar's menu isn't only savory and organic; it's pretty creative with options such as the Chill Benedict, which comes with blackened shrimp and salmon served over polenta topped with poached eggs. 

There’s nothing like a good hearty brunch full of delicious choices. For many of us, it's the best meal of the day. So, stop by one of the restaurants listed above and let us know if you agree, they’re among Ft. Lauderdale's best brunch restaurants. Be sure to visit our Restaurants in Ft. Lauderdale page for more tasty locations in the 954area. Register to connect, it's free!. (Cover photo credit Unsplash all other photos credit to the FB page for each restaurant)