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Top 10 chic breakfast cafés in Orlando

As a renowned tourist destination, it is no surprise that Orlando has an extensive variety of chic breakfast spots to offer. From farm-to-table cafés to cozy brunch spots, it’s never too difficult to locate the perfect place for a luxury filling breakfast and one or two of these are secretly known A-lister haunts so you may well bump into someone seemingly familiar. As a handy online guide, I’ve put together my top 10 list of the best places to go for breakfast in Orlando whilst on your luxury holiday.

1. Se7en Bites

Se7en Bites is one of the best breakfast spots in Orlando and I absolutely adore it. Famous for their Southern comfort cuisine and freshly baked pastries, this location is perfect for brunch with family and friends. Make sure to try their fluffy biscuits and gravy or a mouth-watering chicken and waffles dish.

2. White Wolf Café

Situated in Ivanhoe Village, the White Wolf Cafe presents a charming and quirky atmosphere that is sure to delight anyone who visits. For breakfast, they serve traditional American dishes like omlettes, pancakes, and the fan-favorite, crispy chicken and waffles.

3. Keke’s Breakfast Cafe

OK, maybe not as chic as a venue but I can’t leave it out as the breakfast is to die for. Keke’s Breakfast Cafe has become a household name in Orlando with 17 locations around the Central Florida area. With a wide variety of breakfast options, including crepes and skillets, Keke’s is perfect for both early risers and late brunchers.

4. Briarpatch Restaurant

You never know who’ll you’ll end up rubbing shoulders with here as its a fabulous and very popular restaurant. With a charming outdoor seating area and a light, breezy ambiance, Briarpatch Restaurant is an ideal place to brunch in Winter Park, close to Orlando. The menu includes healthier options like Avocado Toast or indulgent classics like their signature Cinnamon Roll Pancake.

5. Peach Valley Cafe

Peach Valley Cafe is known for its wide range of breakfast cuisine, including egg Benedict’s, omlettes, and pancakes. The location also offers a gluten-free menu for all those with dietary restrictions.

6. First Watch

First Watch is an Orlando favourite, known for its fresh ingredients and seasonal offerings. Their menu offers various options from Avocado Toast to the Farmhouse Skillet. One of the most prominent characteristics of First Watch is their extensive kaleidoscope juice bar, offering fresh-squeezed juices, smoothies, and seasonal options.

7. Buttermilk Bakery

Buttermilk Bakery offers baked goods and breakfast dishes, including avocado toast and a variety of toasts with toppings like bacon, egg, and cheese or smoked salmon. Don’t miss the opportunity to try their baked goods, from pop-tarts to cinnamon rolls.


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8. Artisan’s Table

Artisan’s Table is a trendy breakfast spot located in the heart of Downtown Orlando. Their menu incorporates unique and exciting brunch dishes and useful favourites like Avocado Toast and Chicken and Waffles.

9. The Sanctum Café

As veganism and plant-based diets gain popularity, The Sanctum Café has become a staple in Orlando. With an entirely vegan menu, the offerings span traditional breakfast cuisine like pancakes and waffles to more adventurous dishes like Beet Horseradish Biscuits and Gravy.

10. Hash House a Go Go

Hash House a Go Go serves breakfast, brunch, and lunch, with portions as big as their flavour. The restaurant features a unique spin with farm-fresh ingredients and homemade dishes like the signature Hash House Sage Fried Chicken and Waffles.

Orlando has endless options for chic breakfasts and brunch! No matter what you’re in the mood for, you can find a suitable spot on this list, whether it’s a cozy café, elegant brunch spot or vegan restaurant. Happy brunching!

Kerrie Potts

Kerrie Potts is CEO at Exclusive Private Villas. Exclusive Private Villas offers exquisite, handpicked luxury villas around the world. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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  1. Going out for breakfast in style is yet another thing that the Americans do so much better than us boring Brits.

    Whoever I’m in the US, whether it’s business or pleasure, I always like to make the most of a good breakfast opportunity.

  2. It seems an odd thing to write – so many people go to Florida without really seeing what Orlando has to offer. I’ve had friends go to Florida and they hardly leave theme park land which is a pity as Orlando has so much to offer like these smart cafes.

  3. We’re planning a Florida trip for the summer. I’m going to try to persuade the family to have a late start at the theme parks for one morning so that we can try one of these cafes that you recommend.

  4. These cafes would help me with my philosophy over that old saying, “Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, dine like a pauper.”

    The thing is that by the evening I’ve usually forgotten my motto and end up dining like a king too.

    1. There ain’t many people who dine like a pauper in Orlando. They’re all dining like kings!

  5. When businesses are being that creative with their decor and displays you know that competition is intense.

  6. First of all, thank you so much for sharing this amazing article about the top 10 chic breakfast cafes in Orlando. I must say, reading it made my mouth water and my heart long for a visit to this beautiful city!

    The way you have described each café and its unique offerings is truly captivating. I could almost imagine myself sitting in one of those cozy cafes, sipping a cup of freshly brewed coffee and enjoying a scrumptious breakfast. The attention to detail you have provided, from the stylish interiors to the delectable menu items, has left me eager to try them all.

    1. I totally agree with everything that you say and for me the main thing that comes through is the massive variety on offer and how Orlando caters for everyone.

      There’s something for everyone, from a classy croissant through to the full American breakfast.

  7. We’re heading to Orlando in September, which coincides with my wife’s birthday, and I’m beginning to think that going out for a great breakfast might be a better option than dinner.

    There’s so much to do in Orlando that we’ll be exhausted by dinnertime. I’m beginning to think that we may enjoy a breakfast more, especially as this post shows how much variety there is.

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