It’s National Brunch Month: Where to enjoy a mouthwatering mid-morning meal around town

Updated April 13, 2023 at 1:21 p.m.

Though the breakfast/lunch hybrid is great to enjoy any time of year, brunch is a springtime staple. Consider the fact that brunch is the meal of choice for spring holidays like Easter and Mother’s Day. It makes sense. There’s something special about a warm, sunny afternoon spent on an airy patio with pastel-clad friends toasting with mimosas in hand over plates of lox, benedicts and belgian waffles. Moments like these are what make life grand. And let’s face it, everything is better with brunch. For this reason, the meal has a whole month dedicated to it. April happens to be National Brunch Month, a festive time to celebrate the fantastic fare and classic cocktails enjoyed between breakfast and lunch. To help you observe National Brunch Month, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite brunch spots in town. Find some time to visit them before April ends. 


Two words: bottomless mimosas. If you’re looking to get your adult brunch on, this is the spot for you. Located in the heart of Savannah’s Historic District on our bustling Bay Street, Churchill’s serves up British cuisine with unique ingredients from coastal Georgia. Join them for brunch every weekend starting at 11 a.m. for bottomless mimosas and their unique menu items like the Roasted Vegetable Quiche.

The Funky Brunch Cafe

You know the brunch has to be good when it’s the restaurant’s namesake. At The Funky Brunch Cafe, you can expect appetizing menu items that are as delicious as they are inventive. The Black n Bleu Sea Grits doesn’t disappoint with its blackened lobster, shrimp, bacon bits and bleu cheese Mornay sauce. And for a funky take on surf & turf, try the One if by Land, Two if by Sea, which combines steak and seafood in a garlic cream sauce. Brunch is served Wednesday through Monday from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at this Broughton Street eatery. 

The Collins Quarter

With two downtown locations, one at Forsyth Park and one on Bull Street, The Collins Quarter is among Savannah’s most beloved brunch spots. The menu features a great selection of classic options like Avo Toast as well as worldly dishes like the Moroccan Scramble or the Shakshouka. They also offer an assortment of coffees and teas to accompany your meal. Brunch is served daily at the Aussie-style restaurant.


Located on River Street, Huey’s is a Southern Cafe serving both NOLA-style classics and faves from the Coastal Empire. Some of their brunch specialties include their World Famous Beignets, Crawfish Etouffee, and a Seafood Omelette filled with wild caught shrimp, lump crab, scallops and thermidor sauce. And the best part? Their brunch specials are served all day every day starting at 8 a.m. 

The Ordinary Pub

The Ordinary Pub is another Broughton Street gem worth visiting for brunch. They offer satiating options that are unique and memorable. Their Morning Mac & Cheese is decadent, delicious and perfect to sober you up the next morning after a night on the town. The Brunch BBQ Biscuit is another palate pleaser, featuring a made-from-scratch buttermilk biscuit topped with pulled pork, pimento cheese and pickles. Brunch is available Friday through Sunday at The Ordinary Pub.

Cafe M

Located on Bay Street, Cafe M is an authentic Parisian cafe serving up French pastries, quiches, salads, sandwiches and more. Cafe M does brunch a little differently, offering three options to choose from for a flat-rate. You can opt for a Parisian Brunch, a Healthy Brunch or an American Brunch, each of which includes your choice of juice, hot beverage, a fruit and granola parfait, and a main course. You can also add on bottomless mimosas to round out your meal. Cafe M serves up their full menu daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

Oak 36 Bar + Kitchen

Start your weekend off right at Oak 36. This Midtown fave is located at the 12 Oaks Shopping Center offering brunch Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The menu features delectable dishes like their Bananas Foster French Toast and Chimichurri Steak Frites. To quench your thirst, Oak 36 offers an inviting selection of brunch bar drinks including their signature Bloody Mary, Espresso Martini, Mimosa Kit and more. 

Published April 13, 2023 at 4:00 a.m.

Chantel Britton

Chantel Britton is a compelling storyteller with an ever-growing curiosity. She's built a rewarding writing career for herself in addition to serving five years as a Public Affairs Officer in the U.S. Army Reserve. She's an NPR nerd with a deep passion for all things travel, sustainable living and adventure. She...
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