Are you looking for the best brunch in Naples, Florida? I’ve got you covered, my friend! This is a local approved list of the best brunch spots in Naples thanks to a fun collaboration with Naples Noms, my favorite local foodie influencers. Tatiana and Jorge are my go-to experts for all things SWFL food. If it is a local favorite of The Noms, then I know it is going to be good!

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How to find the best brunch in Naples

I’ve organized this into certain types of brunch spots. All of these places have great food so no need to categorize them by deliciousness! Truly- we are loyal patrons to all of these spots and would never steer you wrong when it comes to the most important meal of the day.

Best Fancy Brunch Spots in Naples

These are the best brunch spots in Naples that not only cater to the tourists, but also delight the locals. These are the places where you will want to dress up in your Sunday best and be prepared to spend a pretty penny. But trust me, it’s actually worth it to visit these places because all of them on the list are considered to be the best of the best Naples restaurants, not just for brunch!

The French | Daily from 11:30-2:30

For those searching for a quintessential 5th Ave brunch, The French’s Sunday Jazz Brunch is calling your name. Reserve ahead to secure your table on the patio while you listen to live music and sip on the house-branded bottle of bubbles followed by a plate for French Deviled Eggs Mimosa and an egg-topped Croque Madame.   ~ Naples Noms

Sails Restaurant | Saturday 11:30 $95 & Sunday 11:30 & 2:00 $115 includes includes unlimited Champagne Louis Roederer, mimosas, rosé, chardonnay, Bloody Mary, Bloody Maria, fresh juice, house-made kombucha, and house-baked croissants, pastries, and donuts

If you’re looking to impress those out of town guests, you may find yourself at the most luxurious champagne brunch in downtown Naples. With unlimited gourmet plates and beverages with white glove service, it’s impossible to leave this 5th Avenue brunch with a smile on your face. While it might be the priciest option around, this makes for a great special occasion meal! ~ Naples Noms

Claw Bar | Daily 11-3

My favorite thing about The Claw Bar is that they have a daily brunch from 10-3, because sometimes your really want to brunch on a Wednesday! The lump crab eggs benedict are to die for, and you absolutely have not lived until you’ve had a stone crab claw bloody mary. ~Hannah

Ridgway Bar & Grill | Saturday and Sunday starting at 10

Ridgway will always be one of my very favorite places in Naples. I love everything about this gem off of Third Street South. The outdoor dining area on the porch and courtyard is quit possibly my favorite dining location ever. The true star of the show is the food prepared in the from scratch kitchen. Everything is great. The reason my family and I keep going back is because I can get my fill of unbeatable breakfast classics with a fresh spin, like the Sweet Corn Grits Cake with sausage (Andouille & Sweet Italian) & pepper hash, while the rest of my crew can get the best hamburger in Naples off the lunch menu. ~Hannah

Best Brunch Spots for a Relaxed Vibe

I’m all about a relaxed vibe when it comes to brunch. I know, I know, sometimes we want to get fancy and hit the town. But sometimes we just want to keep our fat pants on and get some grub after a late night (of parenting and watching too much tv, you know I can’t party anymore). These are the best brunch spots in Naples for a relaxed atmosphere.

First Watch | Daily 7:30-2:30

A cafe chain that started here on the Gulf Coast in Bradenton, Florida now has over 400 locations nationwide. Chances are if you’re in Naples, you’re not more than just a few miles from a First Watch location. A great option for a pre-beach meal when you’re already in your swimming trunks and need a casual spot to fuel up. Their seasonal menu has us going back throughout the year to taste all their new items.  ~ Naples Noms 

The Rooster | Daily 7:30-3

Serving Naples for over 5 years, the Rooster quickly secured their spot on Naples’ essential brunch list. You can’t mention the Rooster without bringing up their homemade biscuits in the same sentence. Fried Chicken and Waffles, French Toast with either a banana or peach brulee, and Shrimp and Grits bring together this hidden gem on Goodlette-Frank.   ~ Naples Noms

Best Bottomless Mimosas in Naples

Naples is a resort destination so it’s not a big surprise that a lot of restaurants like to capitalize on bottomless mimosas to entice diners to pick their spot. This is great for people like me who love a good breakfast cocktail. This is not great for people who are visiting for a limited time and get sucked into a tourist trap. We’ve done the research for you and can vouch for all of these endless mimosa options in Naples.

The Local | Saturday & Sunday starting at 10:30 | Bottomless mimosas for $15 every Saturday and Sunday until 2:00

Setting the trend as one of the area’s first farm to table restaurants, Chef Jeff Mitchel and The Local still stands the test of time with a range of dishes that accomodate the whole family. The Local particularly stands apart as having some of the best vegetarian and vegan options for brunch including a vegan superfood hash and avocado toast made with an almond “cheese.”   ~ Naples Noms 

Rocco’s Taco and Tequila | Saturday & Sunday 11-4 | All You Can Drink – Mimosas, Bloody Marys or Rosé – $17 with purchase of an entrée 

With their take on classic brunch plates, like the Chicken and Churros and the Huevos Rancheros, it’s an exciting way to start the day at Mercato where you can take some time to walk around shopping at local boutiques when you’re done with your brunch! Many of their lunch dishes also make the brunch menu making this a great option that appeals to a big group. Rocco’s also offers unlimited and endless mimosas, bloody marys, and rose for those ready for a Sunday Funday.   ~ Naples Noms

Lake Park Diner | Saturday & Sunday from 9:30-2:30 | Bloody Mary & Mimosa bar with an endless option

This open air diner’s brunch menu boasts morning takes on their already-popular menu items such as the Korean beef hash and the fried chicken biscuit. For those with a sweet tooth, the stuffed French toast is a true winner.  ~ Naples Noms

Corner Spot Diner + Drink | Breakfast and brunch offered all day, every day | Bottomless mimosas $14 with food, $18 without food

This new Bonita Springs eatery is known for making everything from scratch, particularly their kolaches. The team at Corner Spot bakes these Czech pastries daily and rotates flavors often, so be sure to ask what is currently on the menu. Other favorites include their homemade cheddar biscuits and house corned beef hash!  ~ Naples Noms

Mimosa of Naples | Daily 8-2:30 | Bottomless mimosa option for $18.99

Okay, hear me out on this one. Mimosas of Naples isn’t going to blow your mind when it comes to the culinary arts compared to some of the other brunch spots on this list. However, the extensive breakfast menu doesn’t disappoint, and the bottomless mimosa experience is truly unique. There are over 20 different flavors of mimosas and for less than $20, you can get a different flavor of mimosa all morning long. Just be prepared for a headache because we can’t vouch for the quality of the sparkling wine. Nevertheless this is a local favorite for anyone who loves to try fun drinks. ~Hannah

M Waterfront Grille | Sunday 11:30-2:30 | Bottomless bubbles, mimosas, and bellinis for $23

Located in the Village Shops, this is one of the best restaurants when it comes to quality of food and a high end bottomless mimosa. You get it all here- a delicious breakfast, bottomless brunch drinks, outdoor seating and some of the best views of Venetian Bay. ~Hannah

Caffe Milano | Daily 11:30-2 | Bottomless mimosa, prosecco, margarita, and sangria for $25

Check out the organic brunch option at Caffe Milano on 5th Avenue. It is a simple menu with only 5 items to choose from, but the quality is fabulous. I suggest the lobster roll because it’s not every day that you can have a lobster for brunch in downtown Naples for only $26. ~Hannah

Best Hidden Gems for Brunch in Naples

These places top my list for unique brunch cuisine and fun vibes off the beaten path. I don’t think I’ve ever seen any of these brunch favorites make a “top brunch in Naples, FL” list on the internet, and it’s a shame because each restaurant is a perfect place to try something new. 

Cafe Nutrients | 10-2 on Sundays, 10-4 Tuesday through Saturday

If vegan & vegetarian food, healthy bowls, and house-made kombucha is your jam, then you’ve got to try Cafe Nutrients. They have a wide selection of smoothies and healthy breakfast options like avocado toast with cashew cheese. The best part about it is that everything is delicious and reasonably priced. It’s refreshing to find so many house made items on a menu without blowing all your money on brunch. ~Hannah

Saigon to Paris | 9-11 everyday except for Wednesday & Thursday

What’s not to love about a French bakery/ Vietnamese restaurant? My favorite combo is a Vietnamese coffee with a croquet monsieur. Then I order some pho to go so I can have lunch later. The fresh baked croissants are amazing and you’ll find yourself returning often even if it is just to pick up baguettes and dessert from the bakery case. ~Hannah

Dolce & Salato | 10:30-2:30 on Sundays, 9:30-3 the rest of the week

I’m confident that Dolce & Salato is Naples’ best kept secrets. Located right off popular 5th Avenue, Dolce & Salato is hidden away and almost difficult to find, but that doesn’t keep people away. I was shocked and delighted to find that almost every patron I walked past on my first visit was speaking Italian. I truly felt like I had been transported to Italy, not just by the ambiance, but by the food as well. If you are in the mood to feel like you have been whisked away to another country, stop by and definitely get a croissant and a belinni. ~Hannah

The 239 | 11-3 on weekdays, 10-3 on weekends

I’m loving the fact that restaurants are getting more and more into the local food movement. The 239 offers a bunch of traditional breakfast and brunch staples with a local flair. I’m a big fan of the avocado toast and the benny’s, especially the one with local grown mushrooms from Care2Grow. And a visit to The 239 isn’t complete without a mimosa flight with all sorts of rotating local grown flavors. ~Hannah

Best Bagels in Naples

Brooklyn Dough with a Hole | Tuesday through Sunday 7-12

Our local bagel shop that Northerners highly approve of! With a mural of Notorious B.I.G. and the Brooklyn Bridge by local artist Marcus Zotter spanning their entire wall, you can see why before even taking a bite. All bagels and schmears are made in house so be warned, they tend to sell out from time to time!  ~ Naples Noms

Insider tip: order online or call if you want a speciality bagel, like the tie-dye bagel. Once they are out, they are out, but they can accommodate large order in advance

More popular brunch spots in Naples

These spots are popular and the masses love them. They didn’t make the cut for our personal favorite spots for random reasons, however they do deserve a little shout out. Restaurants in Naples can get pretty crowded in season so it’s nice to have a few more options. I’ve personally been to all of these places and love them. I just happen to enjoy going to the one listed above the most for brunch! 

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