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Favorite Sunday Brunch Spots in Mobile, AL

Updated on July 17, 2011

Are you looking for a great place to enjoy a leisurely Sunday brunch in Mobile, AL. There are many great places where you can enjoy a wonderful weekend brunch meal all over town.

4 Favorite Restaurants for Sunday Brunch in Mobile, AL

Banana Docks Café

Located at 36 Hillcrest Road, Banana Docks Café is a great place to enjoy Sunday brunch on the west side of Mobile, AL. Every Sunday, the restaurant holds a delicious brunch buffet with a variety of breakfast and lunch items, including an omelet station, carving station, several main and side dishes, salad, fresh fruit, and a fabulous dessert selection.

The menu changes every week. If you're lucky enough to go when grouper and bread pudding are on the menu, you are in for a real treat! You can enjoy Bloody Marys, Mimosas, and champagne with your brunch for a small additional charge. Guests who prefer ordering from the menu to the buffet may do so.

Seating is available indoors, as well as outside on the restaurant's large covered patio.

Sunday Brunch in Mobile, AL

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A markerBanana Docks Cafe -
36 Hillcrest Rd, Mobile, AL 36608, USA
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Banana Docks Cafe

B markerCafe 615 -
615 Dauphin St, Mobile, AL 36602, USA
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Cafe 615

C markerSpot of Tea -
310 Dauphin St, Mobile, AL 36602, USA
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Spot of Tea

D markerT.P. Crockmiers -
170 S Florida St, Mobile, AL 36606, USA
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T.P. Crockmiers

2. Café 615

Located at 615 Dauphin Street in Downtown Mobile, Café 615 is an excellent spot for Sunday brunch. The restaurant offers a special brunch menu each week from 11 am – 3 pm.

Selections include delicious lump crab cakes service with a spicy Remolaude sauce and a unique salsa made from tropic fruits, fresh gulf fish served with unusually delicious grit cakes, crawfish pie, and many other southern specialties. Each meal is served with a portion of bread pudding.

The portions are very sizeable, so be sure to take your appetite! If you enjoy spirits with your Sunday brunch, visit the do-it-yourself Bloody Mary bar or enjoy endless champagne. Seating is available in the dining room, bar, and beautiful outdoor courtyard.

3. Spot of Tea

Located at 310 Dauphin Street in Downtown Mobile, Spot of Tea serves breakfast every day of the week. It's a favorite Sunday brunch spot for locals and visitors alike. Indoor, patio, balcony, and park-front dining are available.

The menu features many wonderful breakfast selections, including a variety of omelets, waffles, delicious homemade hash browns, and much more. The restaurant's signature beverage is strawberry iced tea, although many other drink options – including spirit beverages – are available.

Everything tastes great and the atmosphere is quite pleasant.

4. T.P. Crockmiers

Located at 170 South Florida Street, T.P. Crockmier's has been a favorite midtown Mobile weekend brunch spot for decades. The restaurant's Eggs Benedict brunch entrée, served alongside champagne or a Bloody Mary on Saturdays and Sundays only, is reputed to be quite tasty.

You can order any item from the restaurant's full pub-style menu during brunch. There are many great items to choose from including delicious West Indies Salad, your choice of a fried or grilled "Super Chicken" sandwich, burgers with an incredible variety of toppings, and some of the best onion rings that you'll find anywhere in the world.

The atmosphere is very casual and laid back, making this restaurant a perfect spot to enjoy a relaxed, leisurely Sunday (or Saturday) brunch in Mobile, AL.


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  • febriedethan profile image

    febriedethan 7 years ago from Indonesia

    Wow..yummy, I love American dishes, always look warm and satisfying :) Thank you for sharing!

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    What's News 7 years ago

    I've been to Alabama on a few different occasions but never knew about these places. Thanks for the information I will be sure to check out at least one of these.