Brunch on Long Island has evolved into a way of life. From rainbow cookie flavored coffee to mimosa towers and unlimited bloody Mary’s, brunch has taken Sunday Funday to a new level. Whether you have a sweet tooth, a savory tongue, or just brunch for the booze, Long Island offers the best of the best no matter what part of the island you live on.
Check out our list of top Long Island brunch spots and thank us later!
Cowfish – Hampton Bays
Perfect for the whole family, Cowfish in Hampton Bays is a great destination spot for celebrations, events, and weekend brunch. Check out their Brunch Burger or Lemon Ricotta Pancakes while sipping a mimosa next to the water. With spectacular views, a kids play area, and a large outdoor bar that overlooks the peaceful canal, everyone has a good time at Cowfish.
RHUM – Patchogue
With Island-inspired cuisine, and the first rooftop dining experience in Patchogue, you don’t want to miss out on RHUM Punch Brunch. Hosted Saturday’s and Sunday’s from 11:00am to 3:00pm, go get your shrimp and grits and punch for the best part of your weekend.
Mulcahy’s – Wantagh
Not only is Mulcahy’s an iconic pub and concert hall for over 50 years, they are the brunch spot that makes all your brunch dreams come true. With unlimited cocktails and an entrée of your choice from 12-3pm, you won’t regret the ordering the Nutella French toast or an Irish pancake shot.
The Snapper Inn – Oakdale
Overlooking the Connetquot River is The Snapper Inn serving the brunch classics with a view. The outdoor gazebo allows for a true waterside dining experience with boats moored up alongside the restaurant.
Flora WHB – Westhampton Beach
Eat, drink, and love brunch at flora in newly-renovated village of Westhampton Beach. They are a stunning new American restaurant serving lunch, dinner, and brunch year-round. The berry French toast and bloody Mary’s are a must!
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Claude’s Restaurant at Southampton Inn – Southampton
Stroll into the stunning Southampton village for brunch at Claude’s. Enjoy bottomless bloody Mary’s and mimosas in the outdoor courtyard or Claude’s Café from 10am to 2pm.
The Breakfast Club – Rockville Centre
If you love a good aesthetic and a mimosa tower, The Breakfast Club is the spot for you. The yellow sunflower themed dining room is perfect for your next IG pic. Outdoor seating with live music, ultimate full bar, and a French toast fondue that is to die for.
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Toast Coffee House – Port Jeff, Patchogue, & Bay Shore
If you love brunch, you know Toast Coffee House. With locations in Port Jeff, Patchogue, and Bay Shore, they serve up a selection of creative brunch dishes and drinks. Your taste buds will be jumping for joy after some cookie dough pancakes and a sriracha shrimp & bacon bloody Mary.
Maureen’s Kitchen – Smithtown
Maureen’s Kitchen is a home-cooked Long Island staple. Located in Smithtown with a cow statue out front that you can’t miss, this cow-themed brunch spot was voted “Best Brunch 2021” by Long Islanders for a reason. Best known for their delicious egg sandwiches and specialty pancakes, foodies line up every weekend to get a taste!
Insider Tip: they are cash-only, so make sure to stop at the ATM!
Sweet Mama’s – Stony Brook & Northport
This 1950s-inspired diner with matching décor is famous for serving up breakfast classics. The restaurant enjoys a nostalgic atmosphere, helped in part by the choice of ’50s music. There are locations in Stony Brook and Northport where you can get your sweet tooth fix by sipping a specialty shake.
Thyme – Roslyn
Thyme is the yummy brunch experience where you can choose between a selection of dishes, including hand-made burgers, seared tuna and sirloin steaks with eggs. The breakfast cocktails are given a twist and the Bloody Mary is revved up with bourbon and bacon. Whether you sit at the bar or on the patio overlooking the Roslyn Pond, this brunch will make you want to stay for dinner, too!
Soul Brew – St. James, Huntington, & Bellmore
Known for their artsy atmosphere with insta-worthy murals, Soul Brew gives all the good brunch vibes. Serving up specialty freshly ground coffee, a full breakfast & lunch menu, and fresh pastries daily, Soul Brew offers a sit down area or the option to grab it to go. With locations in St. James, Huntington, and newly opened Bellmore, Soul Brew is serving up new creative specials every weekend and known for never repeating the same twice. Test out the good vibes for yourself and find out why Soul Brew is being called Long Island’s Coffee Shop “Nirvana”!
Buttermilk’s Kitchen – Patchogue
This sleek and urban brunch spot is where “glam” meets “farmhouse.” From the elegant, country-chic chandeliers, to the booths that make you feel at home, Buttermilk’s Kitchen will make you not want to leave. Whether it’s the famous chicken and waffles or the award-winning French toast stuffed with cannoli cream, Buttermilk’s Kitchen does not disappoint.