MostBest Baltimore | Brunch

There are 227 brunch spots in Baltimore. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who’s not a fan of brunch. Whether you’re meeting friends, going on a date, or just trying to cure that hangover, these places pull out all the stops.

TEAVOLVE CAFE AND LOUNGE

via Flickr user Elliott Platt

via Flickr user Elliott Platt

To call this place a popular brunch spot would be a massive understatement, because it may well be the most well-loved spot in Fell’s Point on the weekend. The interior is spacious and industrial, emphasizing comfort and roominess. The food is exceptional, and their loyal patrons love the Smoke Salmon Omelet and Red Velvet Pancakes during breakfast and brunch.

We Love Their: Smoke Salmon Omelet, Red Velvet Pancakes, Sangria, A Coffee Cocktail

1401 Aliceanna St
(410) 522-1907
www.teavolve.com

WOODBERRY KITCHEN

via Flickr user Krista

via Flickr user Krista

Woodberry Kitchen takes brunch seriously, so much so they offer two different menus, one on Saturday and another on Sunday. On Saturday you’ll find their famous fresh, locally sourced Chesapeake oysters, served with house made sauces, and on Saturday they serve their equally well-loved griddle menu.

We Love Their: Tom’s Cove Clam & Grits Out of the Oven, Summer Mimosa, CMP (Dessert)

2010 Clipper Park Rd
(410) 464-8000
www.woodberrykitchen.com

B&O AMERICAN BRASSERIE

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What was once the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad headquarters is now this historic spot turned trendy dining experience. They cultivate old world charm with contemporary amenities, making it as great for a date as it for a casual brunch with friends. The menu isn’t huge, but features both brunch classics and more unique dishes prepared with the utmost care in terms of flavors, freshness, and aesthetic value.

We Love Their: Crème Brûlée, The Bloody Bay (Cocktail)

2010 Clipper Park Rd
(410) 464-8000
www.bandorestaurant.com

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