Posted: 03/02/2021 | by Katie

Best Weekend Brunches in Lancaster, PA

Sometimes the best way to start your week is with a nice hearty Sunday brunch! Check out this list of some of the locals' favorite spots to eat this unique meal.

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Not a fan of waking up early? Brunch is for you! Love decadent breakfast treats? Brunch is for you! Maybe lunch is more your meal of choice? Brunch is for you! It is the best of both worlds ... breakfast and lunch combined into one delicious meal. With so many sweet and savory options on a brunch menu to choose from, there is always something for everyone- even those folks who can be hard to please.

Whether it’s an after-church tradition, a time to catch up on gossip with the girls, or a family celebration, brunch is the perfect pick! Brunch in Lancaster, PA simply cannot be beaten. Here is a list of some of Lancaster’s favorite places for weekend brunchin’.

1. American Bar & Grill- Lancaster, PA

Brunch is served Saturday & Sunday 11 AM- 2 PM
Mimosas and Bloody Marys served in a pint glass… if that isn’t enough reason for you to head at American Bar & Grill, then we aren’t sure what is. Be sure to try the homemade biscuit breakfast sandwich, it is delicious.

2. Gracie’s on West Main- Leola, PA

Open Saturdays, 7 AM – 9 PM with specials ending at 2:30 PM, and Sundays from 8 AM – 3 PM (Breakfast is also served all day, every day)
Gracie’s is great! We love stopping in here on the weekends for the Grilled Banana Nut Bread- it’s divine (as is everything else on the menu- including the peanut butter pie!). Whatever you order, your taste buds will thank you. Bacon lovers rejoice- there is bacon jam, bacon of the month, and even an exclusive bacon menu!

3. Annie Bailey’s Irish Public House- Lancaster, PA

Brunch is served Saturday & Sunday 11 AM- 3 PM
The French-toast at Annie Bailey’s is a sweet and crunchy treat topped off with fresh berries and whipped cream. If you prefer to stick to traditional fare, try the Full Irish Breakfast or Celtic Eggs Benedict.

4. Bulls Head Public House- Lititz, PA

Full English breakfast is served every Saturday from 8 – 11 AM
A traditional English Breakfast complete with unlimited tea or coffee is a great way to start the day. For a meal that includes English bacon, English sausage, eggs, baked beans, mushrooms, tomato, toast, coffee and black pudding, head to the Bulls Head Public House. You can even add a slice of black pudding if you're feeling fancy. Cheers, Mate!

5. Loxleys Restaurant- Lancaster, PA

Brunch is served every Sunday from 10 AM – 2 PM
A luxe breakfast at Loxleys is what you will get if you stop in on Sundays. This fun, Robin Hood - themed menu is full of crowd-pleasers including a Philly Cheese Steak Omelet. Pair it with a bottomless Bloody Mary or bottomless Mimosa and you can’t go wrong. In the warmer months, choose an outdoor table in their treehouse

6. On Orange- Lancaster, PA

Brunch is served Friday – Sunday 7 AM- 1 PM
Two words- Swedish pancakes. If you haven’t tried them, we insist that you must. Although, if you prefer waffles, they have those too. On Orange
offers many delectable brunch options within its historic building which dates back to the 1850s. While you dine, be sure to check out the local artists that are featured on the walls of the restaurant.

7. John Wright Restaurant- Wrightsville, PA

Brunch buffet every Sunday 11 AM – 2 PM
Enjoy a plethora of breakfast foods at John Wright Restaurant’s breakfast buffet. Made-to-order omelets, both a waffle and carving station and breakfast items including eggs Benedict and French toast are featured. Their full bar is available to order an alcoholic beverage to accompany your brunch.

8. Bistro Barberet- Lancaster, PA

Brunch buffet every Sunday 11 AM – 3 PM
Visit Bistro Barberet in Lancaster City for classic French brunch. From quiches and escargot to masterfully-made pastries, the Bistro is sure to provide a classy, Instagra-worthy brunch experience.

9. La Petite Patisserie- Lancaster, PA

Brunch is served Saturdays 9 AM- 2 PM
Pastries, and biscuits, and quiche – oh my! Saturday Brunch at La Petit Patisserie is not to be belittled, big flavors can be found in this boutique bakery. Be sure to pick up some goodies to take home with you for later (the macaroons are marvelous).

10. Shot and Bottle - Lancaster, PA

Brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays 10 AM - 2 PM
Enjoy steak and eggs, biscuits and gravy and more at Shot and Bottle located in Penn Square. Order a pitcher of a fresh squeezed fruit crush, mimosa, bloody Mary or any one of their unique cocktails. The bright and cheery atmosphere is the perfect way to start or end your weekend.

11. The Baker's Table- Lancaster, PA

At this time, The Baker’s Table remains temporarily closed due to COVID-19.
Breakfast/Brunch is served Saturday & Sunday 7 AM- 11 AM

Enjoy a complete breakfast buffet at The Baker's Table located in the Cork Factory Hotel. Made-to-order omelets and breakfast sandwiches are served fresh along with sandwiches and other soups. And you may not be able to resist a delicious dessert also baked in house!

12. Champagne Sunday Brunch at the Eden Resort- Lancaster, PA

At this time, Eden Resort has suspended their Sunday Brunch due to COVID-19.
Brunch is served every day from 7:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Brunch with a little bubbly anyone? With a wide variety of breakfast and luncheon options, the Eden Resort’s Sunday Brunch has pretty much anything you can imagine. Be sure to save room to try out the various made-to-order stations ranging from omelets to New York strip steaks. You do not have to be a hotel guest to enjoy this brunch, however, staying overnight and sleeping in sounds pretty good to us.

13. Citronnelle- Lancaster, PA

At this time. Citronnelle has temporarily suspended Sunday brunch due to COVID-19 but is open for regular dining.
Brunch is served Sundays from 11 AM – 2 PM

If you are looking to travel to Paris in the span of an hour or two, head to Citronnelle. Featuring modern French cuisine, their brunch menu is tres magnifique! We recommend trying the decadent bread basket and the rustic open-face market omelet.

14. Cork & Cap Sunday Brunch- Lancaster, PA

At this time, Cork & Cap is only open for dinner Wednesdays – Saturdays starting at 5pm.
Brunch is served every Sunday 11 AM – 4 PM

This one-of-a-kind restaurant set inside of an old cork factory serves up delicious dishes almost all day. If you are unsure of what to order we recommend trying the Cinnamon-Stuffed French toast or the Country Breakfast. Both are local favorites at the Cork & Cap’s Sunday Brunch. Also if you like a little booze with your breakfast order the signature Cork Kiss- a bubbly cocktail with cranberry juice and blood orange liqueur.

15. The Greenfield Restaurant- Lancaster, PA

At this time, The Greenfield Restaurant has temporarily suspended Sunday Brunch due to COVID-19.
Brunch is served every Sunday 9 AM – 2 PM

Be sure to make a reservation if you would like to have brunch at the Greenfield Restaurant. This venue is a popular place on Sundays in Lancaster County. With its traditional dishes created with local ingredients, it is hard to pick just one thing to order.

16. The Pressroom- Lancaster, PA

At this time, The Pressroom is open for take-out only.
Brunch is served Sundays 10:30 AM – 2 PM

Similar to its lunch and dinner offerings, The Pressroom Restaurant does not disappoint when it comes to brunch. With unique dishes like Duck Confit Hash and Chicken & Biscuits, this restaurant has many savory options. If you tend to prefer lunch to breakfast- definitely try The Pressroom!

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