Brunch—a combination of breakfast and lunch — oh how I love it.
It’s perfect for the person who loves both and can never decide. Do you want something sweet?
Do you want something savory? There is no doubt Mobile has some of the best brunch spots in the area.
I know what you’re doing — you’re searching ‘brunch near me’, ‘brunch spots near me’ or maybe ‘best brunch near me.’
Well, here it is – a list of 9 of the best brunch spots in Mobile Alabama.
And after checking out, have a look at our list of top restaurants in Mobile, Alabama as well.
Spot Of Tea
A classic brunch spot here in the Port City of Mobile!
Located right in the heart of LoDa, Spot of Tea serves breakfast, lunch, and Sunday Brunch!
Known for their delicious menu, there is something for everyone!
From traditional breakfast options such as waffles, eggs benedict, and omelets to soups and salads such as ham and cheddar melt, monte Cristo and cajun tomato bisque, the food will not disappoint.
Don’t forget to check out their famous strawberry iced tea!
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The Blind Mule
The perfect spot for outdoor patio dining and great deals on bloody marys and mimosas!
The Blind Mule is located in downtown Mobile and has a menu full of delicious brunch items!
Whether you’re in the mood for a classic plate of Shrimp and Grits or if you want to try their Avocado fries (YUM!), The Blind Mule has something for you!
Between the old-timey ambiance of a classic diner and the tasty menu, Bob’s Downtown is a Mobile favorite for the locals!
They have something for everyone, from french toast to burgers, and you will always enjoy your time here!
You definitely will not leave the “corner of fat and happy” disappointed!
If drinking at breakfast is your thing, you should be at the Ruby Slipper! Morning margaritas?
Check. Boozy iced coffee?
Double-check! If drinking at breakfast isn’t your thing, they have all sorts of Southern Style signature dishes to pick from for all your sweet and savory taste buds!
Check out their Spring Specials for a real treat and an even better deal.
Ashland Midtown Pub
Home of the Sunday Jazz Brunch and home of Mimo’s Benedict, AKA two homemade crab cakes topped with poached eggs and Ashland’s crawfish creole sauce served with grilled Conecuh sausage and Gouda cheese grits.
If your mouth wasn’t already watering, it is now!
Did you know they have mimosa and poinsettia refills for one penny?!
Maple Street Biscuit Company
The newest spot to hit the Mobile area is located on Old Shell Road near the University of South Alabama.
Maple Street is known for its fresh, homemade biscuits!
Whether you’re in the mood for a chicken biscuit or other traditional Southern Style menu items such as sausage gravy and biscuits, you will indeed find something that will keep you coming back for more!
Fun Fact: Their “Squawking Goat” biscuit was featured on The Food Network!
Oh, and have you been on a food tour from Bienville Bites?
If not, you should look into them. They’re great.”
Brick And Spoon
Build your bloody marys…shall I say more?
We know it’s not all about the drinks; their food is delicious too!
It is filled with brunch favorites such as breakfast tacos, eggs benedict, and the Killer Creole Omelette.
Brick and Spoon also has a delightful lunch menu if that’s what you’re going for!
Big Bad Breakfast
At Big Bad Breakfast, they take breakfast seriously!
Get ready for a breakfast menu with more than a few surprises and food full of inspiration and energy.
One visit, and you’ll never look at a breakfast plate the same again.
Whether it’s their house-cured Tabasco Brown Sugar Bacon, crispy southern fried chicken, Original Grit Girl Grits, Steel-Cut Oatmeal, or the Nova Espresso, you’ll be talking about coming back before you’ve left their table.
And don’t forget… they serve lunch too.
Bistro Saint Emanuel – Fort Conde Inn
When the Fort Conde inn started as a B&B over a decade ago, breakfast was served downstairs in the Hall-Ford house dining room; however, as the Inn grew, they no longer had room for all of their guests!
Thus opened Bistro St. Emanuel.
Along with serving brunch 7 days a week, Bistro also offers full catering services for on-site events.
OK Bicycle Shop (Permanently Closed in 2021) Last but not least, if you’re lucky to catch a Drag Queen Brunch at Ok Bicycle Shop, you’re in for a real treat! Between their distinctive brunch menu and the fabulous show, you will surely be coming back!
There are so many options for a good brunch here in Mobile, Alabama, but these are a few of our favorites.
Take your pick and you will not be disappointed. Happy Brunching!
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