10 Phoenix Brunch Spots for the Best Brunch in Phoenix

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If you haven’t had brunch in Phoenix, you’re missing out. The city is overflowing with evening activities that fuel the brunch scene. No one wants to wake up at 8:00 a.m. — or even 10:00 a.m. — on a Saturday or Sunday to make it in time for breakfast, and with this list of top 10 Phoenix Brunch Spots, you can sleep in, enjoy a tasty — and potentially boozy — breakfast, when you are finally ready to leave your home this weekend.

1. The Henry

Located in Arcadia, The Henry is a trendy spot for weekend brunch. Their menu includes classic cuisine like waffles and eggs benedict and trendier options like avocado toast and breakfast tacos. It’s not only the food; the brunch cocktails and chic atmosphere makes it an excellent spot for a group outing or brunch dates.
We Recommend: California Burrito/Bowl

2. Snooze, an A.M. Eatery

Snooze is a popular brunch chain with locations throughout Phoenix, allowing you to get an even later start to the day because there’s likely a location within minutes from your home. Their menu features creative twists on breakfast classics, like their pancake flight with flavors like blueberry lemon and pineapple upside-down. They also offer a variety of eggs benedict options, as well as vegan and gluten-free choices.

The drink menu is just as varied and allows you to get that morning buzz with tasty options that include their famous Bloody Mary and Mimosa.
We Recommend: Eggs Benefict with Mimosas

3. Matt’s Big Breakfast

If you’re in the mood for a hearty breakfast in a no-frills atmosphere, head to one of Matt’s Big Breakfast’s five locations. This Phoenix Brunch spot is a local favorite known for its buttermilk pancakes, thick-cut bacon, and homemade sausage. Breakfast is served all day, also known as 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., according to operating hours.

If you’re keeping track of your spending, you’ll enjoy the prices as much as the menu selection and bottomless freshly-ground coffee for under $5.
We Recommend: Steak and Egg and Bottomless Coffee

4. Ocotillo Restaurant

Ocotillo Restaurant is the Phoenix brunch spot for a boozy weekend brunch. Its menu focuses on fresh, seasonal ingredients. It includes savory options like the Breakfast Chimichanga, summer Squash Flautus, and Baked Campanelle, and sweet options like its exquisite cinnamon roll French toast.

Enjoy Phoenix’s majestic weather on the patio while sipping on a Mimosa, Red Sangria, or get a health buzz with their fresh coconut. 

We Recommend: Beef Rib Breakfast and Red Sangria

5. The Farm at South Mountain (Morning Glory)

Escape the city in under 20 minutes and head to The Farm at South Mountain for a rustic brunch experience. The restaurant on a 10-acre pecan grove offers outdoor seating with spectacular views. Opening only at 10 a.m., the estate has committed to serving brunch with a menu featuring farm-fresh ingredients in everything from their farm-fresh omelets to their smoked meats and breakfast tacos. 

We Recommend: Smoked Salmon Omelette and Cold Brew (if you’re a coffee person)

6. Hash Kitchen (Arcadia)

If you’re searching for the best brunch in Phoenix, look no further than the Hash Kitchen at Arcadia. 

Hash Kitchen has made brunch their business, evidenced by their extensive brunch menu, build-your-own Bloody Mary bar, and all-around good vibes. 

The menu also includes choices for kids if you want to keep your brunch PG.

But if you want to amp it up to an over-21 affair and enjoy a genuinely boozy brunch, exploit the spectacular selection at the Bloody Mary bar. 
We Recommend: French Toast and Mimosas

7. The Vig

Not only the early birds get the worms if you’re heading to The Vig. Opening only at 11:00 a.m., you can enjoy your beauty, also known as getting-over-your-hangover sleep. 

Savor the classics like Eggs Benedict and buttermilk pancakes, or spice it up with harvest Veggie quiche, chilaquiles, and steak and eggs. 

The Vig also makes brunch boozing tasty with its selection of brunch cocktails. 

We Recommend: Harvest Veggie Quiche

8. Brunch & Sip

The name says it all, Brunch & Sip embodies everything that brunch should be tipsy and tasty. 

Brunch & Sip is a trendy brunch 4spot with a menu focusing on comforting classic food with generous portions. Think Peach Cobbler French Toast, lemon blueberry pancakes, an All American Breakfast, Chicken Biscuit, or innovative choices like Hangover Fries or Portobello Benedict. 

The drinks are just as varied, from a selection of spiked coffee to give you a buzzy brew to world-class signature cocktails. 

Want a booze-free brunch? Get a taste of their Virgin Bloody Mary, Stubborn Organic Soft Drinks, and Homemade Lemonade. 
We Recommend: Shrimp and Grits with Mimosa Flight

9. Breakfast Club

If breakfast is your favorite meal of the day, sit down for brunch at the Breakfast Club, arguably the best brunch spot in Phoenix. 

The Breakfast Club is a retro-inspired diner with a menu of breakfast favorites, including classic dishes like pancakes, omelets, and breakfast sandwiches. Get your caffeine fix with a host of specialty drinks, or overcome your hangover with the help of their juice bar. 

We Recommend: Hog Omelet and Churro Waffles (for dessert)

10. The Perch Pub & Brewery

Continue last night’s party at The Perch Pub & Brewery. Their brunch menu is available from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, and is a unique brunch spot with a rooftop patio that offers stunning views of downtown Phoenix. 

Their menu includes classic brunch dishes like eggs Benedict, French toast, buttermilk pancakes, and steak and eggs. Lunch starts at 11:00 a.m., which is excellent news if you’re in the mood for burgers and sandwiches; you can get that while you sip on one of their craft beers or courtyard cocktails. 

If you’re ordering brunch and not just an early lunch, opt for their brunch drinks selection which includes an Espresso Martini and Mimosas.

Get the party going with a Mimosa Tower, which includes three bottles of champagne and Orange Juice. 

We Recommend: Taking Friends to enjoy the Mimosa Tower

The Phoenix Brunch scene is growing. So whether you’re in the mood for classic breakfast dishes, hearty meals, or something more innovative, a brunch spot in Phoenix will cater to your taste.

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