It's Brunch Time! Here Are Maryland's Best Brunch Spots
Is there any better way to spend a Sunday than at your favorite brunch spot? Of course, some of us have our tried-and-true local places to grab brunch, but some of us are still on the hunt for that perfect place. Luckily, Maryland is full of amazing restaurants with awesome brunch specials! Check out some of our faves:
If you're in the DMV, you can feed your brunch craving with some rumchata French toast -- seriously, nothing gets us out of bed like that combination of words. Of course, there's plenty of savory stuff on the menu too, like shrimp and grits, and cocktails aplenty. Milk & Honey has locations in Bowie and College Park.
Who needs the store-bought version when you can treat yourself to a house-made version of a Pop-Tart (called the Roostart) instead? That's exactly what Iron Rooster has to offer, along with fried chicken specialties and tasty French toast. Iron Rooster has locations in Canton, Hunt Valley, Annapolis and Locust Point.
This restaurant describes itself as 'sexy comfort food' and, looking at the BBQ shrimp and parmesan grits, we've got to agree. There's also breakfast burritos, raisin bread French toast, and stuffed omelets to munch on - truly something for everyone. This Baltimore restaurant is temporarily closed, but will be back open in early July!
Fell's Point has so much more than bars -- it's also home to this paradise for brunch lovers. With its Maryland crab cake benedict, it's hard to imagine a better place for our fans to enjoy a weekend. It also offers crabby tots, house-made donut holes, and bottomless drinks!
This Maryland favorite is known for its chicken and waffles, and for good reason -- they're absolutely delicious! But don't think that's all this restaurant is good for. Treat yourself to a morning cocktail, a hearty omelet, or some griddle cakes. Miss Shirley's has locations in the Inner Harbor, Annapolis, and Roland Park.