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A brunch spread from Billy’s at the Beach.
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The 21 Best Brunch Options in Orange County

From dim sum to French pastries, where to enjoy a leisurely weekend meal in the OC

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A brunch spread from Billy’s at the Beach.
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Brunch is back in Orange County. The region’s famous coastal breezes pair perfectly with a bubbly weekend mimosa, giving OC diners a taste of the sweet SoCal life. Luckily, the area’s many talented chefs know that diners expect much more than a simple plate of scrambled eggs, so new menus are popping up weekly with souffle pancakes with berry compote, everything bagel-seasoned breakfast pizzas, and modern takes on the classic morning chilaquiles plate. Here now are 21 great places to check out brunch in Orange County, sorted geographically.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Poppy & Seed

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350 S Anaheim Blvd
Anaheim, CA 92805
(714) 603-7130
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Owners Michael and Kwini Reed created a cozy modern greenhouse vibe at the Packing District in Anaheim, complete with on-site garden and patio dining. The brunch menu stems from their DTLA location, Poppy + Rose, where comfort food dishes include flaky biscuits along with fried chicken and waffles, a salmon eggs Benedict, or a braised short rib hash with a side of buttery biscuits.

A wide look at a patio sign and greens during a cloudy day.
The outdoor patio at Poppy + Seed.
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2. Haven Craft Kitchen + Bar

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190 S Glassell St
Orange, CA 92866
(714) 221-0680
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On the weekends, chef Craig Brady’s brunch menu includes inspired chicken and waffles in the form of Mary’s free-range chicken breast with crisp gruyere and thyme-tinged waffles, skillet cornbread with hot honey butter, and duck confit chilaquiles with chipotle crema, pickled red onions, and GoneStraw Farms eggs from Riverside. Whiskey and craft beer are also available, for those who need such things.

A tilted shot of soft eggs and avocado on thick toast.
Avocado toast with eggs.
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3. Anepalco Mexican Restaurant

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415 S Main St
Orange, CA 92868
(714) 771-2333
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Topped with a delicate omelet and garnished with cotija cheese, avocado, pico de gallo, and crema, chef Daniel Godinez’s version of chilaquiles is photogenic and memorably delicious at both locations. Pro tip: Add carnitas.

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Anepalco chilaquiles.
Anepalco

4. Blinking Owl Distillery

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802 E Washington Ave
Santa Ana, CA 92701
(714) 852-3947
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This award-winning distillery’s tasting room serves cream cheese blini with strawberry compote alongside a breakfast pizza topped with mushrooms and sunny side up eggs. There’s even an everything bagel pizza option with smoked salmon and charred crust, plus plenty of boozy brunch cocktails.

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Everything bagel pizza.
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5. The Crema Cafe

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322 Main St
Seal Beach, CA 90740
(562) 493-2501
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Tarit Tanjasiri opened the pet-friendly Crema Cafe in Seal Beach in 2005. Just walking distance to the sand, the European-inspired bakery serves classics and newer options side by side, like a quiche lorraine or a breakfast crepe (Crema’s version of a breakfast burrito stuffed with scrambled eggs, potato, chorizo, cheese, and avocado). Don’t overlook the simple stuff, either, like the strawberry Nutella crepe and avocado toast.

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The Crema Cafe
The Crema Cafe

6. Nep Cafe

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10836 Warner Ave
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
(714) 516-8121
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The Dao is probably one of the most-ordered dishes at Nep Cafe. The sous vide egg with creamy potato espuma, flavored with truffle oil, arrives in a glass jar, with toast points for dipping. Another TikTok-friendly dish is the bone marrow pasta with orecchiette, and don’t forget the extensive Vietnamese coffee menu.

Overhead brunch dishes including bone marrow on a wooden table.
Bruch from Nep Cafe.
Nep Cafe

7. J. Zhou Oriental Cuisine

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2601 Park Ave
Tustin, CA 92782

At J.Zhou, tucked in the District at Tustin Legacy, diners wait on the weekends for enoki mushroom dumplings and traditional bites like sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaves, crispy fish cake rolls, salted egg yolk buns, har gow, and chicken feet with aged vinegar, all spread across large banquet tables to enjoy as a group.

An overhead shot of a white tablecloth table with lots of dim sum options on plates and in tins.
A dim sum spread.
J., Zhou

8. Terrace by Mix Mix

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3333 Bear St #316
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
(657) 231-6447
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Chef Ross Pangilinan creates weekend brunch specials with Filipino, French, and Italian flavors. Order the duck leg confit with French toast, blackberries, and maple syrup, which evokes flavors of the French countryside. The pork cheek adobo with fried egg, garlic fried rice, chimichurri, and crispy shallots is Pangilinan’s elevated version of a Filipino breakfast staple.

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The patio at Terrace by Mix Mix.
Terrace by Mix Mix

9. Descanso Restaurant

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1555 Adams Ave #103
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
(714) 486-3798
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This modern taqueria serves a la carte items such as huevos rancheros and carnitas hash with fingerling potatoes, salsa frita, and fried eggs — plus blue corn tortilla on the side. Diners in the know order the two-course brunch “a la plancha,” where the food is prepared on a flattop grill in front of them. After all, don’t plates like tacos and vegetable alambres with avocado toreado salsa and serrano chiles taste better alongside the sounds and smells of each dish?

A tilted shot of bubbly cheese in a black cast iron pot on a table.
Choriqueso verde.
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10. Everyday Eatery

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6634 Irvine Center Dr
Irvine, CA 92618
(949) 418-7172
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This darling breakfast and lunch spot off Sand Canyon and Irvine Center Drive is always packed. If you don’t mind waiting, the lemon ricotta pancakes with honeycomb butter, berries, and sliced banana are a kid-friendly crowd-pleaser, while breakfast bowls with quinoa match the contemporary yet relaxed atmosphere.

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Everyday Eatery
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11. Moulin

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1000 Bristol St N St. 10
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 474-0920
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Owner Laurent Vrignaud brought his version of Paris to Orange County in 2014, with chairs and tables sourced from a cafe near the Eiffel Tower. Orange County’s favorite classic French bistro serves traditional croque-madames; crepes filled with Nutella, strawberry, or apricot jam; a variety of delicate pastries; and, of course, fresh-squeezed orange juice.

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12. Burnt Crumbs

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8549 Irvine Center Dr
Irvine, CA 92618
(949) 502-5998
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In January 2020, chef Paul Cao launched his brunch menu at Burnt Crumbs’ Los Olivos location in Irvine. On weekends, Cao and his team make nearly 500 souffle pancakes, with lines forming early for the fluffy creation. The dish is so popular that Burnt Crumbs now offers it daily, along with specials like a hot chicken spin on karaage.

A colorful table with mismatched plates and tall fluffy pancakes.
Souffle pancakes.
Burnt Crumbs

13. OEB Breakfast Co.

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1104 Irvine Ave
Newport Beach, CA 92660
(949) 438-7337
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This Calgary-based concept started in 2009 by chef Mauro Martina made its OC debut in April 2022. A torched pavlova French toast trifle is layered with lemon curd and in the confit de canard, shredded duck meat is tossed with crispy potato wedges on this playful menu.

A silver plate with two fried eggs on top of ham.
Croque madame
OEB Breakfast Co.

14. Billy's at the Beach

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2751 West Coast Hwy
Newport Beach, CA 92663
(949) 722-1100
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The island-inspired weekend brunch at Billy’s at the Beach includes Hawaiian French toast, banana nut pancakes with strawberries and coconut meringue, and a loco moco with jasmine rice and brown gravy. The waterfront view of Newport paired with Billy’s “World Famous Mai Tai,” a sizable bloody mary, or the dark rum-spiked Billy’s Boat Drink (think strawberry pina colada) is a cool way to kick off the weekend.

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Brunch at Billy’s at the Beach
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15. Fable & Spirit

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3441 Via Lido
Newport Beach, CA 92663
(949) 409-9913
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Chef David Shofner’s Irish pub-inspired menu at Fable & Spirit also extends to brunch, where dishes range from crispy-edged sourdough pancakes with lemon mascarpone to Icelandic cod fish and chips. Don’t miss the Guinness brown bread with clover honey or the Irish coffee cocktail with hand-whipped cream.

Overhead black plate of pork belly and roasted tomatoes.
Pork belly from Fable & Spirit.
Fable & Spirit

16. Arc Butcher & Baker

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417 30th St
Newport Beach, CA 92663
(949) 877-0190
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Noah von Blöm and Marín Howarth von Blöm expanded the patio seating at ARC Butcher and Baker to quell the queueing crowds. Located on Lido Isle and just a short jaunt to the Balboa Peninsula, the restaurant attracts locals and tourists seeking comfort food: blueberry pancakes, steak hash, and take-and-bake cinnamon rolls.

An overhead shot of griddled pancakes with nuts and whipped topping.
Pancakes from Arc.
Arc Butcher & Baker

17. Farmhouse at Roger's Gardens

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2301 San Joaquin Hills Rd
Corona Del Mar, CA 92625
(949) 640-1415
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Farmhouse at Roger’s Gardens serves locally sourced breakfast favorites created by executive chef Rich Mead. The seasonal frittata and French toast pair well with Farmhouse signature cocktails, while other dishes like the chicken liver pate (from Autonomy Farms) with grilled Rye Goods bread confirm Mead’s affinity for local producers.

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Farmhouse at Roger’s Gardens.
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18. Driftwood Kitchen

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619 Sleepy Hollow Ln
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(949) 715-7700
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As one of few places in Laguna where you can dine seaside, a table at Driftwood Kitchen is highly coveted. The brunch menu ranges from freshly shucked oysters with classic mignonette to organic granola to an egg-white omelet with blistered tomatoes, creamy kale, and avocado. From this perch, toast to the weekend with a mimosa or bloody mary.

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Seafood tower from Driftwood Kitchen.
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19. Sapphire

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1200 S Coast Hwy Suite 101
Laguna Beach, CA 92651
(949) 715-9888
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For brunch, owner Russ Bendel has reformatted this historic Laguna Beach restaurant to include a taste of both old and new. Meyer lemon creme fraiche waffles with berries and warm bourbon maple syrup are extremely popular, and the smoked salmon and blue crab omelet is served with fingerling potatoes and heirloom vegetable hash.

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Waffles at Sapphire.
Sapphire

20. Mayfield

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31761 Camino Capistrano Suite 5-6
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
(949) 218-5140
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San Juan Capistrano’s dining resurgence began a few years ago, and Mayfield was one of the key players. Mayfield’s modern Mediterranean-inspired menu includes traditional brunch dishes as well as inventive takes like brown rice bowls with poached egg, Japanese sweet potato, greens, veggies, and crispy-skinned salmon. Other dishes like the za’atar-spiced fried chicken sandwich are both classically comforting and modern.

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Mayfield.
Mayfield

21. Craft House

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34094 Pacific Coast Hwy
Dana Point, CA 92629
(949) 481-7734
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Executive chef and owner Blake Mellgren serves gastropub fare at Craft House in Dana Point. At brunch, start with the sweet stuff; a vanilla-orange glazed cinnamon roll, chocolate-walnut banana bread, or baked brie drizzled with 20-year port reduction are easily shareable. But don’t skimp on the savory side, like guajillo-braised short rib chilaquiles with habanero crema.

A tall photo of toast and ham and egg with for piercing yolk.
Brunch at the ready.
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1. Poppy & Seed

350 S Anaheim Blvd, Anaheim, CA 92805
A wide look at a patio sign and greens during a cloudy day.
The outdoor patio at Poppy + Seed.
Wonho Frank Lee

Owners Michael and Kwini Reed created a cozy modern greenhouse vibe at the Packing District in Anaheim, complete with on-site garden and patio dining. The brunch menu stems from their DTLA location, Poppy + Rose, where comfort food dishes include flaky biscuits along with fried chicken and waffles, a salmon eggs Benedict, or a braised short rib hash with a side of buttery biscuits.

350 S Anaheim Blvd
Anaheim, CA 92805

2. Haven Craft Kitchen + Bar

190 S Glassell St, Orange, CA 92866
A tilted shot of soft eggs and avocado on thick toast.
Avocado toast with eggs.
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On the weekends, chef Craig Brady’s brunch menu includes inspired chicken and waffles in the form of Mary’s free-range chicken breast with crisp gruyere and thyme-tinged waffles, skillet cornbread with hot honey butter, and duck confit chilaquiles with chipotle crema, pickled red onions, and GoneStraw Farms eggs from Riverside. Whiskey and craft beer are also available, for those who need such things.

190 S Glassell St
Orange, CA 92866

3. Anepalco Mexican Restaurant

415 S Main St, Orange, CA 92868
A titled side view of a plate of tortillas and egg and sauce.
Anepalco chilaquiles.
Anepalco

Topped with a delicate omelet and garnished with cotija cheese, avocado, pico de gallo, and crema, chef Daniel Godinez’s version of chilaquiles is photogenic and memorably delicious at both locations. Pro tip: Add carnitas.

415 S Main St
Orange, CA 92868

4. Blinking Owl Distillery

802 E Washington Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92701
Overhead shot of a burnished pizza with salmon and a hand pulling one slice.
Everything bagel pizza.
Blinking Owl Distillery

This award-winning distillery’s tasting room serves cream cheese blini with strawberry compote alongside a breakfast pizza topped with mushrooms and sunny side up eggs. There’s even an everything bagel pizza option with smoked salmon and charred crust, plus plenty of boozy brunch cocktails.

802 E Washington Ave
Santa Ana, CA 92701

5. The Crema Cafe

322 Main St, Seal Beach, CA 90740
A wide look at a daytime cafe with diners blurry in motion.
The Crema Cafe
The Crema Cafe

Tarit Tanjasiri opened the pet-friendly Crema Cafe in Seal Beach in 2005. Just walking distance to the sand, the European-inspired bakery serves classics and newer options side by side, like a quiche lorraine or a breakfast crepe (Crema’s version of a breakfast burrito stuffed with scrambled eggs, potato, chorizo, cheese, and avocado). Don’t overlook the simple stuff, either, like the strawberry Nutella crepe and avocado toast.

322 Main St
Seal Beach, CA 90740

6. Nep Cafe

10836 Warner Ave, Fountain Valley, CA 92708
Overhead brunch dishes including bone marrow on a wooden table.
Bruch from Nep Cafe.
Nep Cafe

The Dao is probably one of the most-ordered dishes at Nep Cafe. The sous vide egg with creamy potato espuma, flavored with truffle oil, arrives in a glass jar, with toast points for dipping. Another TikTok-friendly dish is the bone marrow pasta with orecchiette, and don’t forget the extensive Vietnamese coffee menu.

10836 Warner Ave
Fountain Valley, CA 92708

7. J. Zhou Oriental Cuisine

2601 Park Ave, Tustin, CA 92782
An overhead shot of a white tablecloth table with lots of dim sum options on plates and in tins.
A dim sum spread.
J., Zhou

At J.Zhou, tucked in the District at Tustin Legacy, diners wait on the weekends for enoki mushroom dumplings and traditional bites like sticky rice wrapped in lotus leaves, crispy fish cake rolls, salted egg yolk buns, har gow, and chicken feet with aged vinegar, all spread across large banquet tables to enjoy as a group.

2601 Park Ave
Tustin, CA 92782

8. Terrace by Mix Mix

3333 Bear St #316, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
A long look at the silver and white patio of a daytime restaurant.
The patio at Terrace by Mix Mix.
Terrace by Mix Mix

Chef Ross Pangilinan creates weekend brunch specials with Filipino, French, and Italian flavors. Order the duck leg confit with French toast, blackberries, and maple syrup, which evokes flavors of the French countryside. The pork cheek adobo with fried egg, garlic fried rice, chimichurri, and crispy shallots is Pangilinan’s elevated version of a Filipino breakfast staple.

3333 Bear St #316
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

9. Descanso Restaurant

1555 Adams Ave #103, Costa Mesa, CA 92626
A tilted shot of bubbly cheese in a black cast iron pot on a table.
Choriqueso verde.
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This modern taqueria serves a la carte items such as huevos rancheros and carnitas hash with fingerling potatoes, salsa frita, and fried eggs — plus blue corn tortilla on the side. Diners in the know order the two-course brunch “a la plancha,” where the food is prepared on a flattop grill in front of them. After all, don’t plates like tacos and vegetable alambres with avocado toreado salsa and serrano chiles taste better alongside the sounds and smells of each dish?

1555 Adams Ave #103
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

10. Everyday Eatery

6634 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618
An overhead shot of breakfast items like pancakes, egg, and grain bowl.
Everyday Eatery
Jenn Tanaka

This darling breakfast and lunch spot off Sand Canyon and Irvine Center Drive is always packed. If you don’t mind waiting, the lemon ricotta pancakes with honeycomb butter, berries, and sliced banana are a kid-friendly crowd-pleaser, while breakfast bowls with quinoa match the contemporary yet relaxed atmosphere.

6634 Irvine Center Dr
Irvine, CA 92618

11. Moulin

1000 Bristol St N St. 10, Newport Beach, CA 92660
A side angle shot of a small Parisian cafe table set for breakfast service.

Owner Laurent Vrignaud brought his version of Paris to Orange County in 2014, with chairs and tables sourced from a cafe near the Eiffel Tower. Orange County’s favorite classic French bistro serves traditional croque-madames; crepes filled with Nutella, strawberry, or apricot jam; a variety of delicate pastries; and, of course, fresh-squeezed orange juice.

1000 Bristol St N St. 10
Newport Beach, CA 92660

12. Burnt Crumbs

8549 Irvine Center Dr, Irvine, CA 92618
A colorful table with mismatched plates and tall fluffy pancakes.
Souffle pancakes.
Burnt Crumbs

In January 2020, chef Paul Cao launched his brunch menu at Burnt Crumbs’ Los Olivos location in Irvine. On weekends, Cao and his team make nearly 500 souffle pancakes, with lines forming early for the fluffy creation. The dish is so popular that Burnt Crumbs now offers it daily, along with specials like a hot chicken spin on karaage.

8549 Irvine Center Dr
Irvine, CA 92618

13. OEB Breakfast Co.

1104 Irvine Ave, Newport Beach, CA 92660
A silver plate with two fried eggs on top of ham.
Croque madame
OEB Breakfast Co.

This Calgary-based concept started in 2009 by chef Mauro Martina made its OC debut in April 2022. A torched pavlova French toast trifle is layered with lemon curd and in the confit de canard, shredded duck meat is tossed with crispy potato wedges on this playful menu.

1104 Irvine Ave
Newport Beach, CA 92660

14. Billy's at the Beach

2751 West Coast Hwy, Newport Beach, CA 92663
An overhead shot of a wooden table heavy with colorful brunch foods.
Brunch at Billy’s at the Beach
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The island-inspired weekend brunch at Billy’s at the Beach includes Hawaiian French toast, banana nut pancakes with strawberries and coconut meringue, and a loco moco with jasmine rice and brown gravy. The waterfront view of Newport paired with Billy’s “World Famous Mai Tai,” a sizable bloody mary, or the dark rum-spiked Billy’s Boat Drink (think strawberry pina colada) is a cool way to kick off the weekend.

2751 West Coast Hwy
Newport Beach, CA 92663

15. Fable & Spirit

3441 Via Lido, Newport Beach, CA 92663
Overhead black plate of pork belly and roasted tomatoes.
Pork belly from Fable & Spirit.
Fable & Spirit

Chef David Shofner’s Irish pub-inspired menu at Fable & Spirit also extends to brunch, where dishes range from crispy-edged sourdough pancakes with lemon mascarpone to Icelandic cod fish and chips. Don’t miss the Guinness brown bread with clover honey or the Irish coffee cocktail with hand-whipped cream.

3441 Via Lido
Newport Beach, CA 92663

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16. Arc Butcher & Baker

417 30th St, Newport Beach, CA 92663
An overhead shot of griddled pancakes with nuts and whipped topping.
Pancakes from Arc.
Arc Butcher & Baker

Noah von Blöm and Marín Howarth von Blöm expanded the patio seating at ARC Butcher and Baker to quell the queueing crowds. Located on Lido Isle and just a short jaunt to the Balboa Peninsula, the restaurant attracts locals and tourists seeking comfort food: blueberry pancakes, steak hash, and take-and-bake cinnamon rolls.

417 30th St
Newport Beach, CA 92663

17. Farmhouse at Roger's Gardens

2301 San Joaquin Hills Rd, Corona Del Mar, CA 92625
A side shot of a long restaurant patio wrapped in wood.
Farmhouse at Roger’s Gardens.
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Farmhouse at Roger’s Gardens serves locally sourced breakfast favorites created by executive chef Rich Mead. The seasonal frittata and French toast pair well with Farmhouse signature cocktails, while other dishes like the chicken liver pate (from Autonomy Farms) with grilled Rye Goods bread confirm Mead’s affinity for local producers.

2301 San Joaquin Hills Rd
Corona Del Mar, CA 92625

18. Driftwood Kitchen

619 Sleepy Hollow Ln, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
A tall three-tiered set of platters holding lots of seafood.
Seafood tower from Driftwood Kitchen.
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As one of few places in Laguna where you can dine seaside, a table at Driftwood Kitchen is highly coveted. The brunch menu ranges from freshly shucked oysters with classic mignonette to organic granola to an egg-white omelet with blistered tomatoes, creamy kale, and avocado. From this perch, toast to the weekend with a mimosa or bloody mary.

619 Sleepy Hollow Ln
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

19. Sapphire

1200 S Coast Hwy Suite 101, Laguna Beach, CA 92651
A tilted photo of waffles and strawberries on a white plate.
Waffles at Sapphire.
Sapphire

For brunch, owner Russ Bendel has reformatted this historic Laguna Beach restaurant to include a taste of both old and new. Meyer lemon creme fraiche waffles with berries and warm bourbon maple syrup are extremely popular, and the smoked salmon and blue crab omelet is served with fingerling potatoes and heirloom vegetable hash.

1200 S Coast Hwy Suite 101
Laguna Beach, CA 92651

20. Mayfield

31761 Camino Capistrano Suite 5-6, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
A hand holds a white bowls of creamy sauce.
Mayfield.
Mayfield

San Juan Capistrano’s dining resurgence began a few years ago, and Mayfield was one of the key players. Mayfield’s modern Mediterranean-inspired menu includes traditional brunch dishes as well as inventive takes like brown rice bowls with poached egg, Japanese sweet potato, greens, veggies, and crispy-skinned salmon. Other dishes like the za’atar-spiced fried chicken sandwich are both classically comforting and modern.

31761 Camino Capistrano Suite 5-6
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

21. Craft House

34094 Pacific Coast Hwy, Dana Point, CA 92629
A tall photo of toast and ham and egg with for piercing yolk.
Brunch at the ready.
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Executive chef and owner Blake Mellgren serves gastropub fare at Craft House in Dana Point. At brunch, start with the sweet stuff; a vanilla-orange glazed cinnamon roll, chocolate-walnut banana bread, or baked brie drizzled with 20-year port reduction are easily shareable. But don’t skimp on the savory side, like guajillo-braised short rib chilaquiles with habanero crema.

34094 Pacific Coast Hwy
Dana Point, CA 92629

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