Since restauranteurs first discovered a meal between breakfast and lunch, no weekend morning has been complete without it. Yes, whether you realize it or not, it’s brunch that most people missed the most over the past year and a half. So now – in order to prevent you from ever having to suffer an incomplete weekend, ever again – we’ve put together a comprehensive list of the ultimate brunch spots.

Common Restaurant | 118 E Broughton St.

This is Sunday brunch, Southern style. Which means country fried chicken & waffle, curry shrimp & grits & shortcake french toast slathered with strawberry sauce, fresh strawberries, mascarpone cream, and powdered sugar. Also, unique is the shareable menu which includes brunch board, loaded pub fries and if your fancy champagne & french fries.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? Yes $15 |  Don’t Miss? Green Bloody Mary| Reservations? Yes  | What to Know? Reservations are key here as this is Savannah’s favorite brunch spot and books up weeks out
Timings:
Thursday-Monday 10:00am-3:00pm
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Husk Savannah | 12 W. Oglethorpe Ave.

Centrally located in the heart of Savannah’s Landmark Historic District, Husk is a smartly dressed, sophisticated spot where you will find plenty of good ole’ Southern charm – the perfect place for a classic Southern Brunch. The menu is posted at the beginning of every service and changes with the seasons and local ingredients availability.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? No |  Don’t Miss? Cheeseburger & Fried Chicken | Reservations? Yes  | What to know? They have a horseshoe bar on the second floor if reservations are full and a small outdoor area on a veranda with overhead fans
Timings:
Sundays 10:30am-2:00pm
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Fox & Fig | 321 Habersham St.

Vegetarians, rejoice – you’ll find a list of meat free options here, from The Proper Breakfast of fingerling potatoes, summer squash, bell pepper, local organic greens, grilled asparagus, scallion, cashew hollandaise & smoked paprika to Fox-ocado Toast. Plus, a full coffee bar and a litany of cold beverages.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? No |  Don’t Miss? Pancakes | Reservations? No  | What to Know? Casual small location with limited seating and a few outdoor tables 
Timings:
Everyday 9am-8pm
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The Ordinary Pub | 217 1/2 West Broughton

Even though TOP is located in a basement, there is absolutely no hiding their excellence, particularly where brunch is concerned. Like their sister restaurant Common brunch is served here more than just Sunday. They are known for such things as pork belly & Bourbon donut sliders and morning mac-n-cheese which includes shell pasta in a house cheese sauce, Andouille sausage, bell peppers, bacon weave & a sunny side up egg.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? Yes $15 |  Don’t Miss? Anything with woven bacon| Reservations? Yes  | What to Know? You’ll need a reservation during the weekend
Timings:
Thursday-Monday 10:00am-3:00pm
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The Collins Quarter | 151 Bull St

It is, essentially, an Australian cafe. All of the signs are there: the industrial-chic decor, the coffee obsession, the smashed avocado, the poached eggs, the throngs of guests waiting patiently to snag a table every weekend. Get here early (or at least before church lets out) for your flat white and bananas foster French toast at this quaint corner spot.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? No |  Don’t Miss? Bananas Foster French Toast | Reservations? Not for Brunch | What to Know? A few outdoor tables available so bring your dog 
Timings:
  7 Days 8am-3pm
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Ardsley Station | 102 E. Victory Drive

There’s no wrong time of day to go to neighborhood favorite Ardsley Station, but brunch, in particular, is pretty special. The menu features traditional morning meals, like the buttermilk biscuits, bourbon sausage gravy and eggs and The Station Breakfast with eggs, skillet home fries, sourdough and sausage. Brunch is accompanied by a number of creative beverage choices with an option for indoor or outdoor seating.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? No |  Don’t Miss? Creative Cocktails  | Reservations? Yes | What to Know? Your furry friend can brunch with you year round as the outdoor area is equipped with heaters and a fire pit
Timings:
Sat-Sun 11am-3pm
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The Collins Quarter at Forsyth Park | 621 Drayton St.

From the same group behind Collins Quarter, the Forsyth Park location is just as delicious, only with way more outdoor seating and with a view of live oaks, flowers and if you crane your neck the famous fountain. This is one of the most atmospheric brunches in town, and if you can’t make it for brunch, snag a coffee at their walk-up window and stroll the park.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? No |  Don’t Miss? Fries | Reservations? Not for Brunch | What to Know? Savannah’s See and Be Seen Spot
Timings:
Mon-Fri 9am-3pm and Sat-Sun 8am-3pm
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B. Matthews Eatery | 325 E. Bay Street

Located right downtown in an original Historic setting is B. Matthews Eatery. If shrimp avocado toast, fried green tomato and crab cake benny plus eggs any way is your brunch go to, then this is your spot.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? No 1/2 carafe $18 and full carafe $30  |  Don’t Miss? Fries | Reservations? Yes | What to Know? This is walkable from most hotels downtown so weekends are busy
Timings: Sat 8am-3pm Sun 9am-3pm
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Bar Julian | 325 E. Bay Street

Chic rooftops and delicious brunches are two things Savannah excels at, here at Bar Julian you can get both. Feast on biscuit bread pudding, shaksuka while sipping your spritz service as you enjoy the noteworthy view of the Savannah River and Talmadge Memorial Bridge.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? No  |  Don’t Miss? Stuffed Bread & Brown Butter Cruellers | Reservations? Yes | What to Know? The view can’t be beat
Timings: Sat-Sun 11am-2pm
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Myrtle & Rose Rooftop Garden | Three Muses Building at Plant Riverside District

Inspired by the flowers used in the crowns often worn by muses in classical mythology, this rooftop garden is named for Myrtle & Rose, symbols of femininity, love and romance. With a selection of brunch favorites and breathtaking views of Savannah, this is one of everyone’s favorite Jazz brunches.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? No  |  Don’t Miss? Tomato & Whipped Burrata Salad | Reservations? Yes | What to Know? There are many Instagrammable Photo ops at this location
Timings: Sun 11am-3pm
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Cohen’s Retreat | 5715 Skidaway Road

Downtown isn’t the only place for a brunch. you’ll find a great example at Cohen’s Retreat about a 20 minute drive away. The opportunity to resurrect a Savannah landmark, more affectionately known as “The Cohen’s Old Man’s Retreat,” while creating an environment as colorful and quirky as the gentlemen who once resided here, is the goal of this local establishment. You’ll find such Southern treats as Southern tomato pie, crab grit cakes, fried green tomatoes and pecan encrusted french toast.

Details: Bottomless Mimosas? No  |  Don’t Miss? Getting a brunch cocktail as they are all top notch | Reservations? Yes | What to Know? They have live music during most brunch services
Timings: Sun 11am-3pm
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***All menu items and pricing subject to change, please check with venue before dining