Baltimore brunch has more going for it than alliteration. Whether you like to spend your weekends at a classic Maryland oyster house, a swanky pub with bottomless drinks, or a cozy neighborhood tavern, Baltimore has you covered.
Here are our top picks for the best brunch in Baltimore:
Loch Bar boasts one of the region’s largest raw bars with east coast and west coast oysters available daily. Their Sunday brunch is the perfect opportunity to sip on $2 mimosas and Bloody Mary’s while overlooking Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
If you’re not sold already, look no further than Loch Bar’s menu. Their Seafood Omelet is a delight with fresh Maryland crab, shrimp, gruyere cheese, and asparagus, served with oven roasted fingerling potatoes, and mixed fruit.
Meat lovers will enjoy the House Cured Pastrami Hash with crispy Idaho potato, red onion, and house-cured pastrami, topped with three eggs any style.
Now let’s head to The Charles in Federal Hill where the drinks are bottomless and the vibe is a little more casual. For just $15 you get all the mimosas and Bloody Mary’s your heart desires, which pairs perfectly with their hearty Southern breakfast options.
After downing a celebratory Patron XO Cafe Donut Shot (because why not?), order yourself some Southern Chicken Biscuits with fried chicken, cheddar, maple gravy, and buttermilk biscuits. Or, go for the Shrimp and Grits with a three cheese blend, blackened shrimp, and Andouille sausage.
For our last stop, let’s head to the Five and Dime Ale House. A comfortable neighborhood tavern with an unbeatable brunch.
There’s only one way to start your brunch here: with candied bacon. Crunchy, sweet, meaty heaven topped with a yummy breakfast syrup. For the perfect pairing to your bacon, we recommend a Nutella Waffle (pictured above) with sliced bananas, nutella spread, and powdered sugar.
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[Photo Credit: Loch Bar, The Charles, Five & Dime Ale House]