Palm Beach

October 1, 2011

Sunday Brunch in Delray and Boynton Beach

Sunday Brunch with a spectacular view makes “brunching” all the more special and two places in southern Palm Beach County are definitely serving up the views with a side of brunch. Both restaurants have such dynamic surroundings that the food and drink play second fiddle; not because it isn’t good but simply because when people seek out these two restaurants it’s usually because of the views and ambiance.

The Sundy House in Delray Beach is home to one acre of themost impressively lush landscape where guests can dine amongst the Tarugardens, rolling streams and gentle waterfalls. This boutiqueinn is nestled just few steps away from the lively Atlantic Avenue. The Sundy House is a quietreprieve of an inn priding itself on tranquility. You don’t have to be a guestof the hotel to enjoy the restaurant, as you will find many locals taking fulladvantage of the pure harmony at the Sundy House on any given day for lunch,happy hour and dinner. Sunday brunch is oneof my favorite “things” to do and even more so if it’s surrounded by beauty. Ihighly recommend when the weather is cooler to request a table outdoors setwithin the garden, it makes an ordinary brunch extraordinary, simply because of the view. Sundy House is located at 106 S Swinton Ave Delray Beach, FL 33444

Sundy House Restaurant on Urbanspoon

 Crab Benedict

Crabcake Salad

Prime Catch in Boynton Beach is smack dab on the intracoastal with a waterview that washes away the pain of any work week. Predominately a seafood restaurant this restaurant serves just as much friendly as it does shirmp, lobster and fillets; the servers and staff cannot do enough to accomodate its guests which seems to make this quite the popular place with locals and visitors alike. Prime Catch is a mecca for Sunday brunch for those who seek to dine on the water. The patio offers unobstructed views of the lazy and peaceful intracoastal. The brunch menu is heavy on the benedict style of eggs with five different varieties along with five other unique omelet and egg dishes. The Belgian Waffle and French Toast are the two sweet items on the menu. Prime Catch opens at 11:30 am for brunch making the menu ideal for late Sunday risers. Prime Catch is located at 700 East Woolbright Road Boynton Beach, FL33435

Prime Catch on Urbanspoon

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Served with Banana Rum Butter and Apple Wood Smoked Bacon

1.25 lb Maine Lobster ($15.95)


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