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The 7 Best Brunch Spots In Porto

Set along the picturesque Duoro River, Porto has a lot to offer. Like the city itself, the brunch scene is unique and diverse. Whether you’re craving a big stack of pancakes, the toast of your dreams or eggs benedict, we’ve got you covered for the best brunch in Porto.

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1. Rosa Et Al

Smack dab in the middle of the Arts District, Rosa Et Al is a perfect brunch spot when in Porto. They’ve got a diverse menu with to fit all of your needs with classics like scones, porridge, pastries and a mean eggs benedict. If the weather is nice, the garden seating is a must.

2. Bird of Passage

Brunch mash empanadas, poached eggs and world-class french toast are just a few items that makeup Bird of Passage’s brunch menu! Kick start your afternoon with a slice of their famous banana bread and a cup of incredibly smooth coffee.

3. Do Norte

Do Norte checks all the boxes for the perfect brunch spot. It’s known for its traditional brunch menu with all the goodies like scrambled eggs with bacon and sausage served with caramelized onions and red cabbage alongside some toast and jam. It’s also got an airy and perfectly instagrammable terrace.

4. Majestic

Hands down, Porto’s most charming spot for brunch is Majestic Cafe. It screams roaring 20’s, is Porto’s best cafe and is even one of the most beautiful in the world. You can’t leave without trying their french toast and eggs.

5. Mercador

Step away from the hustle and bustle of Porto’s most beautiful street, Rua das Flores and enjoy a delicious brunch at Mercador. They are famous for their service and variety of toast dishes with unique toppings such as pumpkin jam, walnuts and goat cheese. Their house special is a hefty serving of eggs benedict with mushrooms.

6. Zenith

Zenith has an out of this world brunch selection. From dulce de leche pancakes, oreo french toast, Brazilian acai bowls and in house banana bread you can’t go wrong! Their menu also goes much further than food with some classic brunch cocktails. Be sure to have one (or five) of their famous bloody marys.

7. O Consulado

O Consulado is an absolute dream place for pancake lovers. Top your perfect flapjacks with everything from m&m’s with nutella to strawberries and cream for an insanely tasty brunch! If you’re not up for a big meal, they’ve also got an impressive smoothie bowl selection.

Melanie Hamilton

Melanie is an avid traveller with a passion for history and global foods. She is currently based in Tbilisi, Georgia where most of her time is occupied with qvevri wine and Soviet history. Having do-si-do'd her way across Europe and Latin America, she's enjoyed some of the world's most exciting places firsthand and can't wait to tell you about them.

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