Best Sunday Brunch Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach 2011 - Sunday Oceanfront Brunch at the Pelican Grand Beach Resort
2000 N. Ocean Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
A brunch riddle for you: What has an unobstructed view of the Atlantic, an omelet station, a carving station, and unlimited drinks and costs only $34? Brunch at the Pelican Grand. It takes the phrase "have it your way" to new levels if "your way" includes several bloody marys, sweet pillowy cheese blintzes, steaming hot eggs Benedict, freshly carved ham, and a seafood display with shrimp and smoked salmon. And the woman at the omelet station is a sweetheart! If you have guests in town or if you want the most elevated brunch for your buck while on staycation, this is the perfect spot to keep in your back pocket.
I love the Pelican too and I am a local! Actually I usually only see the locals at Sunday brunch. Tourist too! I eat breakfast there once per week! I love their waffles and their chocolate chip pancakes with bananas! We the locals like to call them monkey bananas:) The Pelican Grand is a great place to have any meal, breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.
local's will never go to a hotel for sunday brunch, TOURIST ONLY, give me Suite 100 in the Las Olas Riverfront!!! where the local's meet and greet, and have lot's of fun, food, and drink!!
Ted,Looks like you have never been to the brunch. Plenty of locals go to enjoy a super brunch on the beach. The food is great. I also saw a write-up in the New York Times recommending brunch at the Pelican Grand as a "to-do" on Sundays. Make a reservation. It was busy last time we went!