Enjoying National Brunch Month in Baltimore

April 8, 2024 | Uncategorized
Enjoying National Brunch Month in Baltimore

Brunch is a beloved tradition which dates all the way back to 1895. It combines the best of breakfast and lunch to create a memorable and variety-filled meal. April is National Brunch Month, meaning there’s no better time to explore Baltimore’s many brunch destinations!

The Food Market

The Food Market, located in Hampden, offers your favorite comfort foods in a cozy locale. By making accommodations for gluten free diners, The Food Market assures anyone can have an amazing brunch experience. Their Monte Cristo, a delicious combination of ham & cheese, french toast, an over easy egg, brie mornay, and breakfast potatoes is a dish not to be missed!

Blue Moon Cafe

Fells Point’s Blue Moon Cafe, the creation of Baltimore local Sarah Simington, is home to funky artwork, vibrant music, and some of the best diner food you’ll ever have. Its entire menu is sourced solely from the freshest ingredients, and its large variety of brunch options will make your taste buds tingle. Try Blue Moon’s Garden Style Eggs for a meal sure to start the day off right!

Waterfront Hotel

The Waterfront Hotel is a historic destination in Fells Point which has been serving patrons since 1771. In addition to its iconic music offerings, The Waterfront Hotel has a delectable brunch menu great for a special occasion or a casual meal. Its Biscuits & Gravy is a local favorite sure to have you coming back for more!

Gunther & Co.

For an ingredient driven culinary experience, check out Gunther & Co. in Canton! They create dishes with an exceptional attention to detail, determined to make each flavor pop. Their one-of-a-kind Fried Oyster tacos exemplify the restaurant’s unique brunch repertoire. 

The Outpost

The Outpost in Federal Hill combines a fun, friendly atmosphere with a plethora of delectable brunch options. Start off with a Baked Brie complete with toasted almonds, housemade jams, Asian pear slices, fresh rosemary, and garlic bread, and then feast one of The Outpost’s signature eggs benedict dishes. The Biscuit Bunny will make your mouth water with a split biscuit, capicola ham, poached eggs, and hollandaise.

Little Havana

For a taste of Cuba, try Little Havana in Federal Hill. A landmark of Southern Baltimore, Little Havana continues to flourish and grow, and on the weekends, offers a bottomless brunch with harbor views. Their Huevos Rancheros are a Cuban cultural favorite and will give you exotic flavor in your own backyard.


With an authentic Italian flare, Limoncello in Locust Point serves up a can’t-miss, upscale brunch every Sunday from 10am-3pm. Start off with their Pizza Monte Cristo, which is ham, turkey, fontina, cheddar, raspberry jelly drizzle, and powdered sugar served on the finest artisan flatbread. Then, feast on their incredible Stuffed Salmon, sure to satisfy your seafood cravings.

Water for Chocolate

Water for Chocolate in Butcher’s Hill is the epitome of brunch. The restaurant’s unique creations and atmosphere make it a local staple. Their brunch menu changes seasonally, so don’t let spring fly by without trying their Jerk Duck Confit, complete with a sage-cornbread waffle, poached eggs, and blueberry compote.


Pulling inspiration from Mexican and South American cuisine, Harbor East’s Maximón curates an unforgettable dining experience which shows respect to the cultures it learned from. Its weekend brunch features unforgettable entrees as well as a raw bar for seafood lovers. Get some oysters for the table then enjoy Maximon’s Croissant Madame, a savory dish tailor made for a weekend brunch!

Amazing Brunch in Baltimore

Whether you’re looking to celebrate National Brunch Month with something upscale, casual, or somewhere in between, Baltimore has the spot for you. From eggs to oysters and pancakes to parfait, brunch is a meal no one wants to skip. So grab your family and friends and enjoy a delicious meal in one of these amazing locations!