From warm pancakes drenched in sweet, sticky syrup, to crispy hash browns and veggie-filled omelets, the brunch possibilities are truly endless. This midmorning meal has taken the world by storm and is becoming a favorite for many. Whether you desire a classy Sunday celebration or an everyday stuff-your-face brunch binge, you can definitely find a way to brunch in Newport. Check out these popular spots for this popular meal; you won’t be disappointed!

 

 

Cru Café

This trendy cafe boasts menu offerings of egg sandwiches, breakfast burritos, and of course, a picture-perfect slice of avocado toast. To top it off, they are BYOB; you bring the booze and they supply the juice.

 

 

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Hungry Monkey

This cozy little spot is the perfect place to satisfy your sweet tooth. Pro tip: Their stuffed French toast with choice of fruit is warm, gooey, and out-of-this-world delicious. Add a side of salty hash browns to complete your plate.

Hours: 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM

 

 

 

Corner Café

This café is a go-to for unique breakfast creations, serving up tons of delicious, must-try dishes including pancakes with sausage, caramelized apples, and cheddar cheese, a buffalo chicken omelet, and bagel sandwiches with smoked salmon and cream cheese.

Hours: Opens 7:00 AM

 

 

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Benjamin’s

It’s never too early to enjoy fresh seafood at Benjamin’s. From their eggs fatulli with fresh lobster meat to their mouthwatering bloody marys garnished with a shrimp cocktail, Benjamin’s brunch offers an exceptional brunch experience.

Hours: Opens 8:00 AM

 

Caleb and Broad

Every Saturday and Sunday morning, this eclectic hot spot promises an atmosphere full of life and a brunch full of unforgettable flavor. Their entrée choices of a baked French pretzel, chicken and biscuits, and veggie frittata are unlike any other.

Hours: Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

 

 

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O’Brien’s

Being new to the brunch club sure doesn’t affect O’Brien’s brunch game. Savor impressive eggs benedict, Portuguese sweet bread French toast, Caribbean corned beef hash, and many more delicious dishes.

Hours: Sunday: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

 

 

Clarke Cooke House

Sunday brunch at the Clarke Cooke House is a classy and sophisticated experience. They offer a prix fixe menu for guests to enjoy; for $21, you get a mimosa or bloody mary, your choice of entrée, and a delectable chocolate mousse dessert.

 

 
MIDTOWN OYSTER BAR

Sunday Brunch at Midtown promises to satisfy your appetite, leaving you full and happy. Whether you opt for their steak and egg entrée or go for the sweeter French toast with strawberry butter, you will not be leaving the table hungry.

Hours: Sunday: 11:00 AM 

 

Diego’s

Fiesta your way through the weekend at Diego’s, where a Mexican style brunch on Saturdays and Sundays will make your taste buds tingle and your stomach delighted. Their avocado topped, salsa garnished egg dishes and assortment of burritos and quesadillas pair perfectly with their specialty brunch drinks. Fruity mimosas, “man-mosas,” and bloody marys are only a few of their thirst-quenching options.  

Hours: Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

 

 
 
Tavern on Broadway

Tavern on Broadway takes Sunday brunch to a new level with their inspiring assortment of Bennys, sweets, and sandwiches. Their brunch burger with bacon, fried egg, and American cheese is a savory twist on a breakfast classic. The best part? All entrees include your choice of a bloody Mary, bloody Maria, Mimosa, Dos Equis Draft, Bellini, OJ, or coffee.

Hours: Sunday: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

 

Fifth Element

Switch up your caffeine routine with Fifth Element’s assortment of spiked coffees for Sunday brunch, including their “KGB Coffee” made with Kahlua, grand marnier, baileys, and whipped cream. Their exclusive menu promises some new all-time breakfast favorites, starting with a breakfast pizza made with tomato sauce, roasted asparagus, Applewood smoked bacon, goat cheese, and scrambled eggs. Yum!

 

Pour Judgement

Sunday brunch is a rejuvenating experience at Pour Judgement. Whether you indulge in their savory chili cheese omelet or sip on their signature “Hank’s Hangover Cure” cocktail, this meal will restore your strength from any weekend festivities.  

Hours: Sunday starting at 10:00 AM

 

 

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Salvation Cafe

From pulled pork benedict over cheddar grits to chourico & chicken hash topped with poached eggs, this café serves up some tasty brunch plates that you definitely need to experience. Top it off with an adult coffee milk made with autocrat, bailey’s and vanilla vodka. Is your mouth watering yet?

Hours: Sunday, 11:00 - 2:00 PM

 

 

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The Grill at Forty 1 north

Seafood lovers rejoice at Forty 1 North. A caviar omelet made with smoked salmon and a crab cake benedict topped with a roasted tomato hollandaise are just the beginning of their seafood offerings. For those who don’t share a love for fish, their lemon-ricotta pancakes with honey butter or brioche French toast are a sweet and scrumptious alternative.

Hours: Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

 

 

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Castle Hill

Castle Hill puts a twist on traditional brunch with their Sunday Jazz Brunch. Their roasted mushroom toast, Pan Seared Atlantic salmon with sweet potato hash, and Maine Lobster hash are as delicious as they are unique and are sure to satisfy your brunch cravings.

Hours: Sunday, 11:30 AM

 

 

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White Horse Tavern

With an assortment of unique brunch cocktails, omelets, and benedicts, White Horse Tavern offers a Sunday Brunch you won’t want to miss. They feature Rhode Island Farm Eggs for all their dishes, reassuring a fresh, local flavor.

Hours: Sunday, 11:00 AM

 

 

 

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