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Your Guide to Sunday Brunch in Audubon Park

Your Guide to Sunday Brunch in Audubon Park

Boasting serious neighborhood charm, beautiful gardens, eclectic boutiques, and a handful of top-notch local eateries, Audubon Park is where to head for Sunday funday. Choose your own adventure from our selection of local favorites for brunch in Audubon Park.

$3 mimosas at Bikes, Beans, & Bordeaux

Brunch cocktails don’t always come cheap, but at Bikes, Beans & Bordeaux you can get your mimosa fix on the cheap. Every Sunday, B3 serves mimosas (made with fresh Florida OJ and sparkling wine) for just $3 each from 8am-5pm. Pair your bubbly with something delicious from B3’s menu, which runs the gamut from hearty breakfast dishes to build-your-own sandwiches and savory desserts.

East End Market hop

East End Market is a central fixture of Audubon Park; an all-in-one market where you can pick up local produce, enjoy craft beer, caffeinate, dine, and shop for local goods. Grab your brunch pals and order from a bunch of different vendors for a progressive brunch adventure. There are endless options, but here are our top recommendations: cocktails and cheese at La Femme du Fromage, tacos from Houndstooth, avocado toast at Farm & Haus, Lineage cold brew, and Gideon’s Bakehouse cookies (the best way to end your brunch meal).

If you want to pick up goods to make your own brunch at home, stock up on local produce from Florida & Co.

Sunday brunch at Domu

Ramen and bottomless mimosas…what could be better? These are the hallmarks of Sunday brunch at Domu, served Sundays from 11am-2:30pm. Domu is a newcomer to the district, but has already made waves amongst the Orlando culinary scene. Creative cocktails, delicious ramen, and an awesome atmosphere await.

After feasting on ramen and throwing back a few mimosas, wander across the street for another indulgence at Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream. Treat yourself to a scoop (or two) or try the new waf-a-tacos available on weekends.

Food tour of Audubon Park

Okay, we’re a little biased here, but a food tour of Audubon Park is the perfect way to get a taste for the district on Sunday funday. You’ll sip beer and cocktails, taste artisanal cheeses, feast on tacos, get a caffeine boost, and so much more. Tours last about 3 hours and will give you the scoop on the district and its history. You’ll also get your fill at six different tasting stops.

Tours run every Sunday beginning at 11:15am. Check the tour schedule and availability here.