Beach, brunch and bottomless mimosas. There’s arguably no better way to take your mid-mornings to new heights while vacationing on the Gulf Coast. Whether you’re looking for freshly baked beignets or a traditional eggs benedict, we’ve got the inside scoop on the best brunch spots near Eden Condominiums.
Perdido Key Breakfast Club – If you’re looking for a brunch spot near Eden Condominiums, the Perdido Key Breakfast Club is in an ideal location. Try their famed, delicious red velvet or blueberry Belgian waffle with fruit or mint or eat to your heart’s (and stomach’s) content from their hearty Paul Bunyan and Baars Bridge breakfast plates. Other tasty options include their pumpkin crème brûlée, specialty omelet, grits and plenty of pomegranate mimosas.
Cafe Beignets – Love the atmosphere of Cafe Du Monde but can’t stand the long wait for your beignets? Fortunately, Cafe Beignets located here in Perdido Key has yummy beignets and fresh chicory coffee for those looking for a casual and relaxing start to their day. Enjoy fluffy beignets, both in regular delicious, classic form or stuffed to perfection with vanilla pudding and topped with chocolate syrup. Everything is cooked fresh to order inside a charming space in the heart of Perdido Key.
Cobalt – Join Cobalt Restaurant for their upscale Sunday brunch with live jazz from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and taste their selection of savory casseroles, baked stratas, fresh salads and pieces from their carving station. Sip on Cobalt’s $3 drink specials while sampling their many vegetable dishes, create your own omelet and end brunch with some of their fresh desserts. Located just minutes from Eden Condominiums, Cobalt Restaurant offers a delicious and decadent brunch experience.
Fisherman’s Corner – Located under the Baars Bridge, this mom and pop-style restaurant offers Southern comfort food including smoked gouda cheese grits, buttermilk fried chicken, pecan waffles, fluffy seafood omelets, Creekstone blackberry BBQ pork chop with eggs and their Southern brunch bowl. If you’re looking for something simple, Fisherman’s Corner also has plenty of breakfast staples such as waffles, French toast, eggs and breakfast wraps. Served on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Fisherman’s Corner is an idyllic spot for a relaxing meal on the coast.
Louisiana Lagniappe – Head over to Orange Beach and you’ll find Louisiana Lagniappe offering a range of tasty Sunday brunch dishes like their banana Foster Belgium waffles, Jazzy eggs Lagniappe, French Quarter French toast and much more. Each dish is served with house brunch potatoes or cheese grits, along with many side dish options, making for a well-rounded and appetizing start to your day. Be sure to try their Eye-Opener brunch drinks like the peach or raspberry bellini or their brandy milk punch. Served on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., you and your family will love lounging in luxury at Louisiana Lagniappe.
There's so much to do on and around our 16-miles-long island paradise, there's no way you can experience it all in just one stay. To help you make the most of your Eden vacation, we've picked a few of our favorite experiences that we hope will become precious memories for you too. If you have a question, or don't see what you're looking for, please let us know. We want to make sure that each memory of your Eden vacation is truly magical.