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Brunch N’ Munch in SWFL

Brunch N’ Munch in SWFL
EN Photo / Alexandra Newman

For many of us, the weekend is the time to let loose and mentally prepare for the work-loaded week ahead. What better way to spend one of those days than surrounded by a group of good friends, grubbing on some insanely delicious food at a staple local restaurant? Here is a list of some of the hottest places to get your libation fix and food-induced coma on this weekend.

Mimi’s – Bell Tower Fort Myers – Saturday and Sunday All Day

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From Quiche Lorraine to Farmhouse Tacos, to your ol’ Southern Fried Chicken and Waffles, any and every taste palate will be pleased with Mimi’s worldwide menu offerings. Need something to wash it all down with? Mimi’s also offers uniquely crafted mimosas with fruity flavors including white peach, mango and triple berry.

World of Beer – Various Locations – Sunday Only 11a.m. to 2 p.m.

“Bottomless Booze Brunch” – $23 – Special pricing includes your choice of endless Mimosas, “Beermosas” or Bloody Marys paired with a breakfast menu item. Selections range from Belgian beer waffles to an Ancho-Chipolte Bacon and Egg sandwich. While brunching, feel free to see which of your friends has the best Jenga game outside on the patio.

 Bonefish – Various Locations – Sunday Only
“Endless Bubbles and Brunch” – $19.90 – Price includes your choice of the Eggs Benedict, a Half Pound Kobe Beef and Egg Burger, the Crème Brûlée French Toast, the Organic Whole Grain Oatmeal or a selection from three different styled Omelets; endless Bellinis, Mimosas or Blackberry Sangria will accompany your selection of entrée.

Bravo – Naples – Saturday and Sunday 11a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Munch in one of Naples’s hottest areas, The Mercato, where there is no shortage of people to watch. With almost the entire menu featuring items under $10, Bravo has an array of Tuscan-Inspired breakfast entrees.

 

D’Amico & Sons – Naples – Sunday Only 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Rated one of Naples’s top Italian restaurants, and for obvious reasons, they have decided to extend a branch to include Sunday brunches. Whether you choose to dine indoors, or outside around the trickling water fountain, the ambiance is casual and comfortable. The menu may offer slightly less options than others, but the $10.99 bottomless Mimosas and Bubbles will be sure to draw a crowd.

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